Astra Zeneca vaccine and clots query

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Was it mentioned how long after the vaccine did symptoms occur of the blood clot?
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I heard on one new clip the gap was 3 weeks. The key question is if there is any link between the vaccine and the blood clot. I don’t know if there is any theoretical mechanism. The low frequency rate of clots would suggest to me it’s a coincidence. I wonder how many of these types of clot occurred pre covid.
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I heard on one new clip the gap was 3 weeks. The key question is if there is any link between the vaccine and the blood clot. I don’t know if there is any theoretical mechanism. The low frequency rate of clots would suggest to me it’s a coincidence. I wonder how many of these types of clot occurred pre covid.
It is starting to look more and more likely that there is a link.
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Was it mentioned how long after the vaccine did symptoms occur of the blood clot?
It is not even known if it is a symptom or just events that have coincided with a handful of people after receiving a vaccine dose.

these clots happen naturally and its trying to correlate the statistical volume in relative populations. I believe their have been something like 7 serious cases in the 32ish million people in the UK who have been vaccinated.

but they say symptoms of headaches/tiredness/fever are normal in the first 48 hours after vaccination, so presumably if symptoms persist after this call 111.
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It is starting to look more and more likely that there is a link.
Not sure about this yet. It may just be media driven speculation. It will be good to have a statement from MHRA
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It is not even known if it is a symptom or just events that have coincided with a handful of people after receiving a vaccine dose.

these clots happen naturally and its trying to correlate the statistical volume in relative populations. I believe their have been something like 7 serious cases in the 32ish million people in the UK who have been vaccinated.

but they say symptoms of headaches/tiredness/fever are normal in the first 48 hours after vaccination, so presumably if symptoms persist after this call 111.
30 cases in the UK with 7 deaths.
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I’m due my second vaccine on Friday, I’m a bit scared.

The more people reassure me the more suspicious I get.
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Based on Norway 3-14 days after vaccination.
https://legemiddelverket.no/Document...20vaccines.pdf

Though feeling fine after this date doesn't necessarily mean you're in the clear. I remember reading a report about a woman who had headaches for six weeks and the eventual diagnosis was cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. That case was pre-vaccine though. (I say this as a non-science person, so maybe the vaccine related immune overaction would always have happened before that time. I dunno).

I myself have had a headache for 30 days after the vaccine now and will probably die.
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