A report has revealed that women are at a higher risk of having side effects after being immunized with COVID19 vaccines. Allen Country Health Commissioner, Dr. Matthew Sutter as well has confirmed the report that women have been seen having more side effects as compared to men after being vaccinated for COVID19. He has said that women have a stronger immune system response to the vaccine as compared to men. Dr. Matthew Sutter has noted that as women tend to have a more robust stronger immune response to the vaccine, they might be at a greater risk of developing autoimmune diseases. Women who are in the age range of 18 to 50 years are more likely to have such autoimmune diseases. Health experts have said that side effects start to show up as the immune system starts reacting to the vaccine. Sutter has said that it is beneficial for the immune system to trigger a robust response to vaccines, as the SARS-CoV-2 virus is quite risky for the human system. He has said that a stronger immune response helps the body to fight against the infection in the future. As per the experts, the majority of people who have been having side effects after vaccination will have minor issues only.
Scientists have said that many people might have a sore arm after vaccination. Many people might suffer from fatigue or body aches. Some people feel low-level fever as well the day after being vaccinated. They have said that these side effects typically last for a day or two and then completely fade away. In some cases, there have been severe reactions to COVID19 vaccines. Some people have suffered rare blood clotting disorders after being vaccinated with Johnson & Johnson vaccine; however, these cases are quite rare. As per the report, this side effect is found in one in 200000 doses. Experts have said that it is risky but not as big as not getting the vaccine at all. Dr. Matthew Sutter has said that COVID19 is a severe disease even for the people who have survived the disease.
The death risk not zero percent, even for those people who are at low risk or under 40 years of age. The death rate is much higher than the risk of side effects from COVID19 vaccines. Experts have said that if people are trying to adjust for risk, it is much safer to get the vaccine than getting the infection. While women are at a higher risk of having side effects from the vaccines, men are at a greater risk of death due to viral infection. This happens because women are less nervous about taking the shots. Dr. Matthew Sutter has said that statistics of other vaccines have not been assessed as much as COVID19 vaccines; therefore, there is no real model for women having side effects from other vaccines.