Given the increasing mutants of Covid-19, getting the vaccine has become the most important task of the moment. These also include those who have recovered from the virus. For those who have recently recovered from corona, the advisory advises them to wait for at least 90 days before getting the vaccine. At the same time, many such cases have been seen with case studies, which clearly show that people who have recovered from Kovid-19 show more vaccine reactions.
For example, the side effects of the vaccine are also more visible in people who have recently recovered from Covid. But why does this happen?
Severe Vaccine Reactions
A vaccine teaches the body's immune system to recognize a pathogen or take action against a contagious infection, which is injected in a modified form through genetic instructions or proteins. In this way, the 'training' prompts our body to overcome certain inflammatory reactions, which we know as side effects. These reactions are usually triggered by B-cells and immune T-cells in the body.
Now, the side-effects we experience after getting the vaccine to affect people differently, some mildly, while some feel a more severe reaction. This is different from the way our immune system reacts to the pathogen.
Side-effects can also be affected differently. If the immune system already knows about the virus or has encountered it in some way. This is the reason why many people believe that people who have recovered from Kovid-19 have more vaccines. This is the role played by memory-B cells in the system.
Should we worry about the serious side effects of the vaccine?
Most people feel mild side effects of the Kovid vaccine, which also go away on their own in a day or two. However, serious side-effects may require the help of medicines and these can take a long time to go away. Those who got the vaccine after Kovid recovery, they felt headache, arm pain and malaise for a long time.
What do the experts say?
Experts believe that there is no need to worry about serious side effects. One of the main reasons behind severe vaccine reactions is that the immune system of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 is already prepared to respond to the virus, and then it can respond to the vaccine once the vaccine is administered. The reaction increases.
When should you be alert?
Vaccine side effects can vary from person to person, but you still need to know what kind of side effects would require a doctor's consultation. If the side effects do not subside or go away even after 5 days of getting the vaccine, be sure to seek medical help. After the vaccine, if the person gets breathlessness, shortness of breath, fainting, sores, swelling, or other skin reactions, or in many cases, the person becomes unconscious, if this happens, contact the doctor immediately without wasting time.