Should you get COVID-19 vaccine if you’ve had a bad reaction to other vaccines?

Dr. Jen Ashton answers your important questions about the coronavirus.
2:37 | 04/19/21

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I think we'll get right to our viewers questions for you our first question if you've had a bad reaction to other vaccines. Such as eight HPV should you take the corona virus vaccine or weeks. This is a really important question and here's the thing with vaccines and they're not all the same they're not all one size fits all obviously they have different greedy and some are what we call live attenuated summer in activated. So they're all really different and it depends what the allergic reaction was. So they recommendation really is that yes it's important to get this vaccine because the risks of getting cold bid. Generally outweigh any uncommon risks of the severe allergic reaction. But ideally someone who's had any kind of of the significant reaction to prior vaccines should talk to their health care provider. Look at the ingredients. Plan ahead do it under observed situation neck and our next question have we seen a spike in cases in areas. Like Texas where masks and social distancing guidelines have been reduced. Well we have but remember that we have cases going up in many states in the country and not all of them. Have really dialed back on those social distancing measures so remember. As we see more of the population getting at least one dose of the vaccine. We should be watching for those vaccine metrics and cases declining. But not if we don't control our social behavior so again we want to do more. And not less especially until we have could percentage of the general population vaccinated all right. Final question cannot kill that related our play it's a good exercise to incorporate into our workout routine. How do you know if you're benefiting from them do you do planks idea. Meet him so I've spoken to trainers about this because the key and working core is you really want to work. The we 160 degrees want to work your back muscles your obliques or side muscles. And interior early in the front something called the practice of dominance you wanna get all of it and the crunch forced standards set up. Is fine but it's kind of like old school and there are other ways to do it so planks. Tons of ways to modify. You know you and I resigned yesterday doctor Janet Disney you know yes I think slides and Saturday but you and I are so competitive you can you can literally increase your planned time by seconds and yes it is then what's your longest one. I'm not factory maybe two to three minutes or selling a little earlier hour I worked up about one minute but it would issue only to discipline now he had me -- two minutes probably in and that salon that's along the law is not an argument that's our right thank you got extending you can submit questions to doctor Jan. On her is to grant at doctor Jay actually.

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