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"My advice to patients is to listen to your body," Bernstein said. "If you have significant fatigue and fever, then it is likely not the day to do a high-intensity interval training workout."
It's normal to feel discomfort after a coronavirus shot. Injection-site pain is the most common side effect of all three shots.
Since the arm is where the vaccine originates, immune cells rush to that area and inflame it, making it look red and feel tender. Moving your arm can relieve the intensity of arm tenderness.