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Doctors Want You to "Be Prepared" for This Delayed Vaccine Side Effect

Best Life Logo By Sarah Crow of Best Life | Slide 1 of 6: COVID vaccines are being rolled out across the U.S., much to the delight of those eligible to receive them. The vast majority of the COVID vaccines' side effects are minimal, and similar to those of other shots, including redness and swelling at the injection site, fever, chills, fatigue, muscle and joint pain, nausea, and swollen lymph nodes. The bulk of symptoms occur within the first day or two of your vaccination, however, researchers say there’s one surprising COVID vaccine side effect that some people may develop more than a week after getting their shot: a severe skin reaction. Read on to learn how to identify this delayed vaccine side effect, and to find out what it might mean for your second dose. And if you want to ensure you’re getting the best protection possible, check out Dr. Fauci Just Said Don't Take This Medication With the COVID Vaccine.Read the original article on Best Life.

Doctors Want You to "Be Prepared" for This Delayed Vaccine Side Effect

COVID vaccines are being rolled out across the U.S., much to the delight of those eligible to receive them. The vast majority of the COVID vaccines' side effects are minimal, and similar to those of other shots, including redness and swelling at the injection site, fever, chills, fatigue, muscle and joint pain, nausea, and swollen lymph nodes. The bulk of symptoms occur within the first day or two of your vaccination, however, researchers say there’s one surprising COVID vaccine side effect that some people may develop more than a week after getting their shot: a severe skin reaction. Read on to learn how to identify this delayed vaccine side effect, and to find out what it might mean for your second dose. And if you want to ensure you’re getting the best protection possible, check out Dr. Fauci Just Said Don't Take This Medication With the COVID Vaccine.

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