COVID Aftermath: 2 DEVASTATING Side Effects of the Vaccine

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Helpful tips to relieve some common side effects

If you’ve recently gotten the shot or are about to, there are some helpful tips to keep in mind in order to get over this bump in the road.

If your arm is in pain or starting to swell up in the area you got the vaccine, to relieve it:

  • Apply a clean and cool, wet washcloth over the affected area
  • Keep your arm moving
  • If possible, get some rest

If you have e a fever, to reduce any discomfort:

  • Drink lots of fluids
  • Wear comfortable clothes
  • Speak with your doctor about taking over-the-counter medicine, like aspirin, ibuprofen, acetaminophen, or antihistamines

Note: It isn’t recommended to take any of these medications before you get vaccinated to try and prevent any unpleasant side effects because it isn’t yet very well known how over-the-counter medicines would affect the effectiveness of the vaccine.

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6 thoughts on “COVID Aftermath: 2 DEVASTATING Side Effects of the Vaccine”

    1. My son got. of all things kidney stone! He would lose his job if he didn’t take it. That horrified me . thank for sharing.

  1. Ludmilla Zenfildmann

    I gained 20 more years after the second shot. Also, I went twice to the emergency room because I had an enormous skin rash. I still can not recuperate, I just started to have rheumatism but after a shot, I got a full-blown disease. A normal blood test is 6-11, mine was 14, but after the Covid-19 shot it went to 66 points of rheumatism, so I hardly walk, gain weight, and have more problems with it.

  2. I wondered about that? so many young people had strokes, drop dead,paralyzed . Changed DNA? This is scary! Then force it in to our body? terrifying.

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