Side-effects of Antibiotics & Vaccines


Antibiotics are screened for side effects before getting approval for clinical use. Some antibiotics have mild to severe side effects depending on the type of antibiotic used, targeted microbes, and the individual patient. Vaccines have normally less harmful side effects like mild fever, headache, muscle joint pain; shivering, etc. but few vaccines have rare side effects like allergy known as an anaphylactic reaction.


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