Pain medications such as ibuprofen or paracetamol should relieve symptoms after corona vaccination. However, the time of taking is crucial for protection against vaccination.
- Flu-like symptoms can occur as well Vaccination reaction after Crown vaccination occur.
- Many take action as a countermeasure Pain medications such as ibuprofen or paracetamol.
- But if the body’s immune response is suppressed, so can the body Vaccination protection be in danger.
Fever, body aches, so-called Covid hand – one vaccination against that Coronavirus they can have unpleasant side effects, no matter which vaccine is vaccinated. Squeeze on one Pain reliever like ibuprofen or paracetamol to suppress or even prevent such complaints is obvious. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) even suggests in the vaccination information sheet (January 11, 2021) taking paracetamol due to fever and pain after vaccination. But as he now suggests, taking painkillers too early could jeopardize vaccination protection.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver are currently investigating whether they are Pain reliever against the vaccination reaction to Crown vaccination should be taken at all. Based on data on side effects and “given the availability of over-the-counter febrile medications, potentially millions of them worldwide are expected to use them to alleviate acute systemic side effects associated with COVID-19 vaccination,” the researchers wrote in a form that will soon be appear in the magazine “Chest”.
Pain medications after corona vaccination may reduce the effect
Why might this be problematic? Some studies – not all, the researchers point out – point to this Pain relieverif taken before or immediately after vaccination may reduce protection against vaccination. Because they can suppress the natural vaccination reaction, which can be expressed, for example, by fever. The health portal “aponet.de” writes: “A suppressed immune reaction could theoretically reduce the production of antibodies, and thus the effect of vaccination.” It’s not just about Crown vaccinationbut also for vaccination against other diseases.
A study from the specialist journal The Lancet found that taking paracetamol to prevent side effects when vaccinating a cohort of children reduced the antibody titer. A 2014 study also showed for adults that administration of paracetamol for at least six hours after vaccination did not affect the immune response, whereas administration immediately after vaccination weakened it. Especially for Crown vaccines approximately from Biontech,, Modern and AstraZeneca however, it has not yet been investigated what effects are taken preventively Pain reliever on immunization may have.
Astrazeneca and Co: No data on painkillers of vaccine manufacturers
A study of the recently exposed AstraZeneca vaccine mentioned that prophylactic use of Paracetamol immunogenicity – i.e. the ability of a vaccine to trigger an immune response in the body – is not affected. However, no data have been published, researchers in Canada note. In addition, it is uncertain whether the results will apply to mRNA-type vaccines, for example Biontech and Modern, let it be applied. AstraZeneca is a vector vaccine. No data on the use of antipyretics have been published in Moderna, Biontech and Pfizer only mentioned that the use of antipyretics increases with increasing dosage and number of doses. Nothing has been discovered about immunogenicity.
Regardless of Corona-Pandemic recommend the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pain reliever not before or shortly after one vaccination take. They could only be taken in the days after vaccination to combat side effects. (Ines Alberti)