7 Signs That You Might Have A COVID Vaccine Blood Clot After Getting Vaccinated
What to do when you experience symptoms like these
If you experience any of these symptoms the first thing to do is to contact your healthcare provider and seek medical treatment. The Michigan Comprehensive stroke center pointed out that “these symptoms are different from a mild flu like symptoms, fever and so forth that many people experience in a couple of days after receipt of the vaccine”.
They have even urged people to get vaccinated with the other two vaccines- Pfizer and Moderna. They announced “We are not seeing these clotting events with low platelet counts with the other two vaccines. People who have vaccine appointments with the other two vaccines should continue with their appointments”.
Call your doctor immediately if you are not feeling well
If you have already gotten your vaccine shot, then relax and don’t stress out just yet. According to Dr. Fauci, there is “less than one in a million” chances of developing the condition. “However, having said that, pay attention” he said. He continued to advise people to “just watch out for not feeling very well” in general.
Protect yourself and others as well in this crisis period
Regardless of whether you have been vaccinated, you should still follow Dr. Fauci’s fundamentals to help in fighting and ending this pandemic. No matter where you live, always wear a face mask that fits comfortably and is preferably double layered. Practice social distancing, avoid crowded areas, and don’t make any travel plans. Don’t go with people who you aren’t living with to bars or their homes and practice good hand hygiene. When the vaccine becomes available to you, get yourself vaccinated as soon as possible to protect yourself and those who live around you.