Because vaccines have side effects to be aware of. Therefore, after vaccination, you have to check your own abnormalities as well. If allergic to the drug comes up, it will be treated promptly.
Vaccines protect the body against the risk of disease
in the body as vaccines contain weak pathogens. Or some of the pathogens that stimulate the body’s immune system Also, other compounds may be mixed with each type of vaccine. The substances contained in these vaccines actually undergo a series of dangerous tests. But some people may develop an allergic reaction to the vaccine. And there may be a mild allergic reaction to a severe allergic reaction to the vaccine that requires immediate treatment. So let’s look at what a vaccine allergy is. When we go to the injection, we will be aware of it.
What are the symptoms of a vaccine allergy?
The vaccine allergy is no different from a drug allergy. Highly allergic to other allergens, this can be caused by the vaccine itself. Or allergic to components in the vaccine, such as antibiotics, gelatin, yeast, eggs, we have heard that People allergic to eggs may not be able to get some vaccines, so in people with a history of drug allergy. Or allergic to certain foods Tell your doctor before vaccination.
However, when vaccinated The most common side effects are: There will be pain at the injection site. But if you are allergic to the vaccine May be accompanied by other symptoms, both mild. Until severe symptoms Risk of crisis as follows.
– May have hives-like symptoms, rash
– Swollen mouth
– Itchy mouth
– Pain, swelling, redness, heat at the injection site
– Pustules (after vaccination against tuberculosis)
– Runny nose
– abdominal pain
– severe diarrhea