Recently, WHO has warned people that they should not use pain reliever and antihistamine before taking Covid-19 vaccines.
However, the World Health Organization (WHO) warns that the arbitrary use of these drugs can affect the effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Although up to now, scientists have not provided any concrete evidence that taking pain relievers can weaken the effects of the Covid-19 vaccine. However, after injection, you can take paracetamol and some pain relievers if there are signs of body aches or fever.
WHO also shows that the most common side effects after taking the Covid-19 vaccine are quite mild and will disappear after a few days.
On whether or not to use antihistamines after vaccination, Prof. Luke Oneil, The Head of Trinity College’s Department of Biochemistry, believes that we should only take this medicine when allergic symptoms appear, otherwise it should not be used.
Prof. Luke Oneil also recommends that we inform our doctor before using any medicine for thoughtful advice and instructions.