A doctor in Boston who suffers from shellfish allergies had a severe reaction to Modern’s Kovid-19 vaccine, was allowed to use his own allergenic autonomous, and health officials report it has recovered.
According to a statement from Boston Medical Center, Drs. Hossein Sadarzade, who has a severe shellfish allergy according to NBC Boston, received the vaccine on Thursday and then later vaccinations were observed, as is standard procedure.
“He felt that he was developing an allergic reaction and was given permission for his personal self-administration [allergy autoinjector]. He was taken to the emergency department, evaluated, treated, observed and discharged. He is doing well today, ”the statement reads.
According to the New York Times, Sadrzadeh’s allergic reaction is reportedly the first from the modern vaccine.
The Times reported that there have been at least six cases of people developing anaphylaxis since receiving the Pfizer-BioNotech vaccine. According to the Times, the two vaccines have similar elements.
A spokesperson for Modern told the Times that the company does not comment on personal matters.
According to George Globe, Sadrzadeh, a geriatric oncology fellow, said his tongue and throat began to tingle after being injected. He then began to sweat, turn pale and feel cold, the Globe reported.
Sadrzade called it her worst allergic reaction when she was 11 years old. By Friday, Sadrzadeh had recovered from the reaction.
Although it is not clear which ingredient may have triggered Sadrzadeh’s response, the American Center for Disease Control and Prevention advises people who have “severe allergic reaction to any component in the COVID-19 vaccine.” Has happened, they want “not that specific vaccine”. if you have. There was a severe allergic reaction to other vaccines or injection therapy, you should ask your doctor if you should receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Your doctor will help you decide if it is safe for you to get vaccinated. “
According to NBC Boston, the most common side effects of the modern vaccine are fatigue, headaches, and muscle aches.
More than 1.9 million people received the first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine, according to the latest CDC data. More than 9.5 million doses have been delivered.