Polio Vaccine Side Effects And Dose
Polio Vaccine side-effects
There are a lot of rumors and concerns surrounding the Polio vaccine. A question that arises is that if these rumors are true, then why is there no news on the polio vaccine side effects? If you think about it logically, these rumors must not be true because the medical companies have already released information on the adverse effects of this vaccine. The diseases that can be prevented by using this vaccine include, but are not limited to, meningitis, encephalitis, meningitis, meningoencephalitis, and even cervical cancer. Even though it still cannot be totally eliminated, it has greatly reduced from the instances where it caused fatalities.
Regular doses of polio vaccine
Adults and children who received the regular doses of polio vaccine survived in comparison with those who received a placebo. The study conduct by the United States National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health shows that there will no cases of acute flaccid paralysis and paralyticum due to the use of the vaccine. Also, there were no deaths reported in the study conducted on children and adults. There was one case of an adult who developed a mild case of arthritis, but this has since subsided.
The polio Dose side effects
The polio vaccine side effects in adults is mostly respiratory-relate. One of the rare reactions in adults was a sudden loss of appetite due to a slight decrease in the body’s immunity level. This is because the body does not have enough antibodies to fight the adverse events reported after the administration of the regular dose. With reduced immunity, the stomach is often affected resulting in abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Some of these reactions also included problems with vision, hearing, and movement.
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Two doses of the polio vaccines Acyclovir-PCV and TrivironVax.
The FDA had conducted a study that examined the long-term adverse. Effects of the regular use of the two doses of the polio vaccines Acyclovir-PCV and TrivironVax. These two vaccines combined caused a significant increase in the number of infections and infection-related complications in children. This increased the risk of suffering from chronic health problems in adults. In addition to this, there were other short term and long term adverse events caused by the use of the vaccines.
One of the most common and more serious adverse events caused by the poliovirus vaccine is a paralytic disease. Children who have received a single dose of the polio vaccine. Generally, they recover from this condition within two weeks of its onset. However, for some children, the paralysis lasted longer. Similarly, there were cases where children suffered from meningitis, encephalitis, meningitis, and brain tumors.
Common side effects
One of the most common side effects of this vaccine is high fever. For some children, the number of fever-related cases increased. During the first two weeks of administering the vaccine. This has also noted as a symptom of meningitis or of encephalitis. There are cases where the children suffer from allergic reactions to chickenpox, smallpox, hepatitis, or the yellow virus. In extremely rare cases, a few children have died from a reaction to the yellow virus that was not related to any of the vaccine elements.