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If You Take This Common Medication, Talk to a Doctor Before Your Vaccine

Best Life Logo By Kali Coleman of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: Most people can safely get vaccinated for the coronavirus and should do soon whenever they can. However, there are some things you may need to discuss with your vaccination provider before you get the vaccine—not because they would make you ineligible, but so that your provider can watch out for certain reactions, give you extra care, or change certain vaccination methods. According to health officials, you should talk to your doctor or vaccination provider before getting the COVID vaccine if you are currently taking one common medication. Read on to find out if you'll need to alert your provider, and for more vaccine guidance, The CDC Says Don’t Do This Within 2 Weeks of Your COVID Vaccine.Read the original article on Best Life.

If You Take This Common Medication, Talk to a Doctor Before Your Vaccine

Most people can safely get vaccinated for the coronavirus and should do soon whenever they can. However, there are some things you may need to discuss with your vaccination provider before you get the vaccine—not because they would make you ineligible, but so that your provider can watch out for certain reactions, give you extra care, or change certain vaccination methods. According to health officials, you should talk to your doctor or vaccination provider before getting the COVID vaccine if you are currently taking one common medication. Read on to find out if you'll need to alert your provider, and for more vaccine guidance, The CDC Says Don’t Do This Within 2 Weeks of Your COVID Vaccine.

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