COVID-19 vaccine side effect could be mistaken for a symptom of breast cancer, according to doctors – WTAE Pittsburgh

COVID-19 vaccine adverse effects could be mistaken for a symptom of breast cancer, according to medical professionals
COVID-19 vaccine adverse effects

MARCIE: EXPERTS ARE WARNING THAT THE COVID-19 VACCINE COULD CAUSE SWELLING AND A LUMP IN THE LYMPH NODES OF YOUR ARMPIT WHICH COULD BE MISTAKEN AS A SIGN OF BREAST CANCER. > > THE JOB OF THE LYMPH NODE IS TO ACTUALLY HAVE THE RESPONSE TO THE VACCINE AND CREATE ANTIBODIES THAT WILL PROTECT US IF WE GOT THE VIRUS, SO THEIR JOB IS TO ENLARGE AND WORK OVERTIME, SO THATS A NORMAL RESPONSE. > > IN THE CASE OF A MAMMOGRAM WHERE WE SEE THE LYNPHNODES IN THE ARMPIT WHICH IS RIGHT NEAR WHERE WERE GETTING THE VACCINE SHOT THOSE LYMPH NODES ARE LIKE FIRST RESPONDERS.

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PITTSBURGH– Swollen lymph nodes and swellings under the armpit, physicians state, are a negative effects of the COVID-19 vaccine.” The job of the lymph node is to actually have the action to the vaccine and produce antibodies that will secure us, if we got the virus,” stated Allegheny Health Network Dr. Robin Sobolewski. “Their task is to enlarge and work overtime so thats a regular action.”
“I get a phone call saying there were some abnormalities, which is frightening, and its on your left side and I actually had a history of breast cancer on that side, so I was two times as unclear,” stated Lynn.Lynn stated she waited weeks for a sonogram, where physicians realized that swelling found on the images, was the result of the vaccine. “In the case of a mammogram where we see the lymph nodes in the underarm, which is right near where were getting the vaccine shot, those lymph nodes are like first responders.

> > THE JOB OF THE LYMPH NODE IS TO ACTUALLY HAVE THE RESPONSE TO THE VACCINE AND CREATE ANTIBODIES THAT WILL PROTECT US IF WE GOT THE VIRUS, SO THEIR JOB IS TO ENLARGE AND WORK OVERTIME, SO THATS A NORMAL RESPONSE.” I get a phone call saying there were some problems, which is scary, and its on your left side and I really had a history of breast cancer on that side, so I was twice as unclear,” stated Lynn.Lynn said she waited weeks for a sonogram, where physicians recognized that swelling found on the images, was the outcome of the vaccine. “In the case of a mammogram where we see the lymph nodes in the armpit, which is right near where were getting the vaccine shot, those lymph nodes are like first responders.”I get a phone call stating there were some abnormalities, which is scary, and its on your left side and I really had a history of breast cancer on that side, so I was doubly unclear,” stated Lynn.Lynn stated she waited weeks for a sonogram, where medical professionals realized that swelling discovered on the images, was the result of the vaccine. “In the case of a mammogram where we see the lymph nodes in the armpit, which is right near where were getting the vaccine shot, those lymph nodes are like very first responders.

Inflamed lymph nodes and lumps under the underarm, physicians say, are a side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine.” The task of the lymph node is to actually have the reaction to the vaccine and produce antibodies that will secure us, if we got the virus,” said Allegheny Health Network Dr. Robin Sobolewski. “Their task is to increase the size of and work overtime so thats a regular response.” Pam Lynn never experienced swollen lymph nodes, however she said her mammogram, 4 days after her second dose of the vaccine, revealed a problem.” I get a telephone call stating there were some irregularities, which is scary, and its on your left side and I really had a history of breast cancer on that side, so I was two times as unsettled,” stated Lynn.Lynn said she waited weeks for a sonogram, where physicians realized that swelling discovered on the images, was the result of the vaccine. The Society of Breast Imaging is warning that this adverse effects could imitate symptoms of breast cancer and they are suggesting that screening tests are either set up prior to the first dosage of the vaccine, or 4-6 weeks after the 2nd, in order to get a precise reading. “In the case of a mammogram where we see the lymph nodes in the underarm, which is right near where were getting the vaccine shot, those lymph nodes are like first responders. Thats the cutting edge and theyll get bigger first,” stated Dr. Sobolewski.