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Mild stroke
My wife had mild stroke after 15days of taking 1st vaccine covishield. Though there was no problem and she retained but still under medication. The doctor says it may not be due to vaccine but still we are worried and she is yet to take her second dose. Is it compulsory to have second dose or it can be avoided. What is the chance of getting another stoke if she takes the second dose. What precautions should she take.
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Wait for 3 more months and she can take 2nd dose . But the chances of stroke of are less if all other causes for young stroke have been ruled out. 
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Consult and ve under regular followup with a good neurologist.
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Never stop medicines . even while taking vaccine .
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Get MRI if not done. Consult a Neuro doctor for evaluation causes for stroke in young. Get blood investigations done. If all are normal, she can take the second dose when it is due.
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