Now, blood clots are a rare complication and may not impact everyone. There is only a ‘tiny’ chance you could get it.
Yet, it could be baffling to distinguish between your symptoms and side effects since we do not have clear clinical information available right now.
From case studies seen so far, blood clots seem to occur at least about a week after vaccination and not longer than three weeks. So, if you do happen to experience any unusual side-effect, or symptoms listed above, it should require appropriate medical help at the soonest. Remember, blood clots can be treated well if diagnosed in time.
The views expressed in this article should not be considered as a substitute for physician’s advice. Please consult your treating physician for more details.