Recognize ISRR stress after exposure "Covid-19 vaccine"

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Recognize ISRR stress after exposure "Covid-19 vaccine"

Postby filterfar » 07 May 2021 10:16

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In addition to the stroke or stroke that may be seen in some people with the COVID-19 vaccine, if the vaccine recipient has high stress. It can cause symptoms such as numbness, muscle weakness. This is also possible after receiving the vaccine, which the WHO or the World Health Organization describes as Immunization Stress-Related Response (ISRR).

Get to know ISRR, post-vaccination stress.
Prof. Dr. Viporn Wiprasit Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University stated that adverse reactions Divided into local and systemic, some people have low fever. There is fatigue, lethargy is a reaction that can occur. But the news and anxiety-inducing reactions to many of you are the stressful reactions to vaccination. Also known as Immunization Stress Related Response or ISRR, which occurs because each human is different. Some people when it is stressed to get vaccinated. Will stimulate the system within the body The vital system is involved in the Stress Hormones. Stimulate the nervous system Causing blood vessels to be constricted Which the vaccine recipient did not pretend As is the case with some public speaking people, there are also fainting.

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Causes of ISRR
Information from Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital Chulalongkorn Hospital, the Thai Red Cross Society, said the factors contributing to vaccine recipients in ISRR may be stress, anxiety, and insufficient sleep. To other ailments That could happen before getting vaccinated

ISRR symptoms seen after vaccination
ISRR symptoms can occur 5-30 minutes after vaccination and may be temporary or resolve within 1-3 days, often forming clumps. And can happen with any vaccine And all production models

ISRR symptoms that may be found in various forms are as follows.

tea
Weak
squeamish
dizzy
Faint
Blurred vision
Slurred speech
Contracting
etc.

ISRR or Stroke?
In the case of vaccine recipients experiencing muscle weakness, slurred speech, distorted mouth, a doctor may need to check carefully for ISRR symptoms, post-vaccination stress, or stroke or stroke. In some cases, symptoms are similar to stroke. But it's not really a stroke. When undergoing a brain tomography or MRI exam and other examinations are found to be normal
During the first symptoms It may not be isolated as an ISRR condition or a real illness. If the doctor finds an abnormality Symptoms coincide with stroke. Will provide treatment according to the cerebrovascular service system of cerebrovascular disease If the abnormality is not found, the symptoms will improve and resolve on their own.
Stroke patients COVID-19 vaccine should be administered Of Sinovac or not?
Stroke patients Considered to be a person with underlying disease Should be vaccinated And taking antiplatelet drugs Or drugs to dissolve blood clots In which patients with this disease are not a contraindication of any vaccination

If I have ISRR symptoms on the first dose, should the second needle be injected?
Your doctor will determine on a case-by-case basis whether a second dose of the vaccine should be administered, if both physically and mentally ready, can receive the same vaccine as a second dose, or consider a replacement. Or postpone the next vaccination as well
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