Part of this process includes producing inflammation. The more inflammation your body creates, the more sore and swollen your arm will be. How to reduce pain after vaccination. There are a few things you can do to help relieve arm pain after receiving a vaccine: Keep your arm moving in the hours following your shot.
Side effects after the second shot may be more intense than the ones experienced after the first shot. These side effects are normal signs that the body is building protection and should go away within a few days. So far, reactions reported after getting a booster shot are similar to those after the two-dose or single-dose primary shots. Fever.
The inflammation suggests the vaccine is working to trigger the immune system. The arm muscle slowly releases the vaccine out to the immune cells, which leads to inflammation. But Dr Chin-Hong says that swinging your arms after the jab, and in effect dispersing the vaccine sooner, could help reduce soreness.
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