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The One Side Effect That's Much More Common With Moderna, Data Shows

Best Life Logo By Allie Hogan of Best Life | Slide 2 of 5: Enlarged glands are a common immune response, but surprisingly this side effect was only commonly reported among people who received Moderna's vaccine. According to the data, it was the sixth most common side effect of Moderna's first shot, with 11.6 percent of people experiencing it. When it came to the second dose, 16 percent of Moderna patients had swollen glands.Meanwhile, after their clinical trials, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer did not report swollen glands as a common side effect of their vaccines. And for more on this particular side effect, check out The CDC Says Don't Do This Until 4 Weeks After Getting Vaccinated.

Enlarged glands were only reported as a common side effect among those who got the Moderna vaccine.

Enlarged glands are a common immune response, but surprisingly this side effect was only commonly reported among people who received Moderna's vaccine. According to the data, it was the sixth most common side effect of Moderna's first shot, with 11.6 percent of people experiencing it. When it came to the second dose, 16 percent of Moderna patients had swollen glands.

Meanwhile, after their clinical trials, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer did not report swollen glands as a common side effect of their vaccines. And for more on this particular side effect, check out The CDC Says Don't Do This Until 4 Weeks After Getting Vaccinated.

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