How to Spot Blood Clot Symptoms, And What to Do About It

How to Spot Blood Clot Symptoms, And What to Do About It

How to Spot Blood Clot Symptoms, And What to Do About It Photo

The benefits of AstraZenecas vaccine still outweigh the risks, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said in a press release. Still, the agencys safety committee said its important to know the signs of a possible clot.

A blood clot occurs when the blood thickens and forms a semi-solid mass. It can be a helpful response to stop bleeding in the case of injury, but these blockages can cause problems if they cut off blood flow to a vital area.

Blood clots can cause blockages in the legs, abdomen, and lungs. Most of the blood clots associated with the AstraZeneca vaccine have occurred in veins in peoples brains.

Since young people are more likely to experience this side effect, UK vaccine regulators recommend that people under 30 do not get the AstraZeneca shot unless theyve already received their first dose.

But if you experience severe or persistent symptoms around four to 20 days after vaccination, you should seek medical attention, according to the World Health Organization.

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