Is it safe to have physical relation after taking the corona vaccine? Know the opinion of experts

Is it safe to have physical relation after taking the corona vaccine? Know the opinion of experts

There has been a lot of discussion about what to do and what not to do after getting the corona vaccine. 
The issue is also being discussed on social media.  However the most important and attention-grabbing issue if any is to have sex.  Many questions have been raised on social media about whether sex can be done after taking the corona vaccine.  However, the health ministry has not issued any formal guidelines in this regard.  But medical experts advise that men and women should use contraceptives after taking the second dose of Corona.

Dr. SARS-CoV2 is a novel virus and a vaccine has been developed to make it ineffective, said Deepak Verma, Columbia Asia Hospital, Internal Medicine, Ghaziabad. It is currently difficult to say whether the vaccine has any long-term side effects and whether it can affect a man or a woman on intercourse. It is not always possible for a man or a woman to abstain from having sex. Seeing the situation in today's time, Dr. "Holding on is the best option," says Deepak Verma.

He further said that it would be appropriate for men and women to use contraceptives such as condoms for at least 2 to 3 weeks after taking the second dose of the vaccine. This is because the body's saliva comes into contact with each other during sex. "It doesn't matter how the vaccine affects us, so using a condom at this time will be the most appropriate and most effective," he said. He also advised that women beneficiaries need to consult a gynecologist before vaccination to get the vaccine.

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