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Vaccination for diabetic patients
My dad is diabetic and takes medications for diabetes and cholesterol. Can he get vaccinated with covid shield or covaxin?
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All this vaccines are safe. And your father needs urgent vaccination as he belongs to high risk comorbidity category.
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Yes,please go ahead with vaccine, Covaxin is good,get him vaccinated as soon as possible
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Both are equally safe
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Yes definitely. Diabetics and hypercholesterolemia people can take vaccine, unless he is not on any anticoagulant medicine.
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Yes,he can be vaccinated.
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Yes, he can get vaccinated .But before taking vaccines check for his Blood sugar levels & Cholesterol levels, and get a Fitness certificate from Physician. Feel free to contact me on Practo for more help
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Both are good. Only thing is he has to take vaccine as early as possible as he is at high risk to get covid.
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