SARS-CoV-2 is a novel coronavirus causing the infectious disease COVID-19.2 The disease has spread to more than 160 countries since the beginning of 2020. In addition to behavior-based interventions such as distancing, there are no proven treatments for the infection. The most important countermeasure in preventing the spread of the disease is new vaccines that have been available since the second half of 2020. In order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and protect yourself and your community, the COVID-19 vaccination is the most effective method.

COVID-19 vaccination is often accompanied by headache that is typically symptomatic within days of the vaccination. Approximately 30% of people experience headaches after receiving the COVID vaccination, says M.D. Brian Grosberg. The most common side effects after receiving vaccination against COVID-19 are headaches, nausea, and light sensitivity. Some people with migraine may experience a temporary worsening of the condition after receiving the vaccine.

The Covid 19 vaccine can cause headaches which can be extremely uncomfortable. If this happens, reach for Forpain for fast relief.

Forpain is a relief medication for headaches & Fever, it is a non-drowsy medication and can be taken by all members of the family except children.

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