NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Now millions of Americans have received at least one Shoot COVIDWe also heard about the side effects from vaccines.
While most are expected within a day or two of the date of the shoot, some may appear a little later.
Most people take some work, but you eventually get your COVID vaccine and you know you’ll experience some side effects in a day or two, especially after the second dose … But four days later?
Brianti Downing told CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez: “I started having a stomach ache and then I started vomiting… A little bit later, I started having a headache,” Brianti Downing told CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez. .
Downing is a CBS2 producer who thought her side effects were delayed and unusual.
“I thought, ‘This has to be something else. This must be the flu or something, ” she said.
Turns out, it was a response to the vaccine, which could happen up to a week after the injection. The most common side effects are: arm pain, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, mild fever and Downing-likeness, sometimes nausea and vomiting.
Vaccine experts remind us that even with vaccines there can be COVID, especially until your immune system is fully responsive a few weeks after vaccination.
“I encourage them to get tested for COVID to make sure they don’t have a COVID and that they are not able to pass it on to others. But if the COVID is negative and the symptoms are acceptable, they can just take Tylenol or Motrin and wait for it to go away, ”said Dr. Jennifer Lighter, NYU Langone Health.
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A real delayed response that has been reported in the New England Journal of Medicine is an unusual rash and swelling of the injection site eight days or more later. They all got better with mild treatment but should be tested.
Lighter also reminds us that some of these side effects could be due to other respiratory viruses currently circulating later than usual due to wearing a mask and locking the door to control them during the winter. .
Downing tested negative for COVID and found that her side effects were much better than COVID infection.