if you have psoriasis is it safe to take the covid shot.
It has been more than two weeks since my 2nd Moderna shot, and I'm still fine. As long as you are not allergic to the ingredients there shouldn't be an issue, but if you have any questions you should definitely ask your doctor.
@A MyPsoriasisTeam Member did your Rheumatologist tell you to hold your MTX shot for a week after your Covid vaccines? Mine did. I felt somewhat similar after my 1st Covid vaccine as you did, tired too and my arm hurt.
I saw "I am Legend" and it scared the crap out of me🤣 Had to take microbiology as part of nursing and am fairly up on mRNA and certainly the difference between it and DNA. But remember that mRNA's function is in the programming of DNA, right? At intra-cellular level. It's why they call it "messenger". This is why it is perfect for the next generation of individualized medications and vaccines, though it is fairly untested until now.
OMG, Sarg. I've read pretty extensively about the new vaccine technology. I would suggest you do the same. The mRNA that is being used is ONLY OF THE SPIKE PROTEIN ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE COVID 19 VIRUS. ok? It is NOT DNA. These spikes are unique, the vaccine actually teaches the body to attack anything with the spikes, which is why we should be covered with variants. Unless the virus outsmarts us.
I had no reaction to either of my Moderna vaccines, however had flu 'A' a few weeks ago and never had a substantial immune response- wondering still if related since Humira past several years has not done this before and this vaccine is completely new type and manipulates RNA. Just wondering- not accusing.
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