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Periods and Vaccination
I am 28 year old female and I am trying to book a slot for vaccination in the coming days. I know that vaccine can be taken during periods but I usually have very painful periods where I feel dizzy n sometimes have nausea. Because vaccine may also produce side effects, should I postpone or should I go ahead with vaccination. If yes, what should I do to reduce discomfort.
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There is no problem in postponing your vaccine by 3-4 days.
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There is no point going for vaccination when u r already distressed with menstruation. Postpone it till u feel fine.
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Just go for vaccine
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Go for vaccination nothing to do with periods
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U can postpone it 2-3 days Regards
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You must go for vaccination This is myth that periods might affect and produce side effect NO Please go for vaccination no harm
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you can take tablet Naproxen sodium if you feel pain during periods and relax fever might come but have patience it will resolve within a day
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eat healthy diet and stay calm
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