Doctors have been concerned about this for a long time, and now it’s starting to happen.As the Covid-19 vaccine becomes available beyond health workers, people refuse to fire their shot, what comes next when the People Not Taking The Vaccine That Could End The Coronavirus Pandemic?

One of the most common reasons people become fearful of vaccines is a common misconception about side effects, but what most citizens don’t know is that doctors who were vaccinated against Covid-19 were pleased when the vaccine gave them symptoms awarded

When doctors got aching arms, tiredness, muscle aches or fever after their Covid-19 vaccine, they celebrated this is because these symptoms are not dangerous “reactions” but positive signs that the immune system is reacting to the vaccine If you feel happy after the Covid-19 vaccine, it works

As a pediatrician, one of the first things I do is educate parents about normal reactions to vaccines and that’s because there is so much misinformation about vaccines.Take the dreaded fever, for example: the belief that fever is dangerous It’s been passed down from generation to generation It’s not We have been told we need to lower our fever or something bad will happen We don’t and it won’t

It is not the fever that is dangerous, but rather certain diseases that cause the fever (and most of these diseases are now preventable with vaccinations) Or as Bruce Y Lee writes, “There is a difference between nausea and illness”

The thing about a fever is that it is not caused by the viruses or infections that are invading your body. Fever is something your body does for itself. Fevers are part of a positive response that our immune systems produce to get rid of Increase metabolism and the effectiveness of our white blood cells and fight off infections

So if we get a fever after a vaccination, it means our immune system is doing exactly what we want it to do.We want the immune system to take notice and trigger a response to some, this may mean a fever, but to almost everyone does it mean a sore arm or a swelling at the site of the vaccination and that’s all the immune system notices the vaccine and triggers a response. Without the immune system doing this job, we won’t get our memory B cells to get one Save pattern in defense against Covid-19

When I got my second dose of the Pfizer vaccine for Covid-19, I had a sore, swollen arm, muscle pain, nausea, and fatigue.These symptoms lasted for about three days, but they weren’t nearly as bad as the various diseases that did I’ve gotten from my adorable little pediatric patients over the years I was napping these days after the vaccination, but I was also well enough to take my wild pup to the dog park in the snow

Most of my colleagues had sore arms for about a day after their vaccinations.Some of them had symptoms similar to mine and one even had a fever.But none of these doctors was alarmed, instead we texted each other about our happiness that we were Evidence was given that our vaccines were working

Another example of how doctors think about side effects after the Covid-19 vaccine is as follows: The way Covid-19 kills people has to do with an extreme immune system response, this increased response, or the Cytokine storms only occur in some people While there is no research on this, doctors believe that those of us who had more symptoms after the vaccine may have dodged a bullet or maybe we were in the group that would have gotten sick than others if we had got real Covid-19

The most important thing the public should know is that doctors are not worried about the Covid-19 vaccine We are concerned that you will not be able to take it and that the pandemic is dragging on Doctors did not throw away our shot hope you won’t throw yours away

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How can we be successful without breaking ourselves? We can take effective action under pressure

I’m teaching people how to use their own biology to do their best job.After years of undergraduate studies, I’ve developed a three-tier method that is rooted in neuroscience and psychology, and I have about it at TEDx Then I went on and examined what happens when we split silos between scientific disciplines. It’s amazing what you learn when sociology talks to neuroscience or child development to business research

I’m a Registered Pediatrician and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Rush University. I have an AB in History from Princeton University, I am Ideological and Cultural History My MD. came from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers University. My pediatric residencies were at Duke University and the University of Chicago. I am a former clinical instructor in pediatrics at the Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine

I live in Illinois with my husband, two wild sons and various hamsters

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