Blood Clots After COVID Vaccine? This Is Who Is More Likely To Get Them
Your blood type might also be a factor in developing blood clots
Following reports of a possible link between blood clots and vaccines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) decided to pause vaccination with the Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine. Apart from the fact that women under 60 are more at risk of developing blood clots after receiving the vaccine, researchers have also found that one’s blood type can also be a contributing factor to this vaccine reaction.
Find out on the next page which blood type might be affecting your chances of getting blood clots. On that note, you might also want to know which Blood Type Might Protect You Against COVID-19, as revealed by Large-Scale Study.