Dr. Vin Gupta: Blood Clots From J&J Vaccine ‘Exceptionally Rare’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC 1

Dr. Vin Gupta: Blood Clots From J&J Vaccine ‘Exceptionally Rare’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC


Federal health authorities recommended that providers temporarily stop administering the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine while they investigate a potential link to very rare blood clots. Six women between the ages of 18 and 48 developed blood clots after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the clots are considered extremely rare. This is out of the more than 6.8 million people in the U.S. have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Dr. Vin Gupta calls this "exceptionally rare, lower than the background rate … It's to alert folks like myself and my colleagues that this is happening, extremely rarely, but this needs to be treated differently than what you treat a blood clot." Aired on 04/13/2021.
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  1. scary. i got the j&j vaccine. i had my doctors change my birth control last year because of my clot risk and now i have this vaccine. this is exactly why i was so reluctant to get vaccinated but i caved to peer pressure 🙄

    1. Your probably better off not also being on birth control pills. No one has said, but looking at the gender and age group, I wonder if all six women were also on birth control pills.

  2. Clinical trials showed no clots – even in Americans who clot at higher rates every year( poor diet) but of course nobody who had been infected with Covid was in these studies. People who have recently had Covid or may have asymptomatic disease are getting the vaccines and are at higher risk for clots than the already high baseline rate. CDC has not addressed this point but they should.

  3. exceptionally rare! though if you are the one person who dies from blood clots, you may not appreciate the rarity.

  4. The patients affected were 8 women between the ages of 18 and 48. Hmmm. Wonder if they were taking other medications such as hormonal contraceptives that already increase the chance of blood clots?

  5. The one in a million number is wrong, because as of yesterday 6.8 million doses have been administered, but it takes one to two weeks for the clots to form and present symptoms. Therefore, we should expect that people who have had the shot less than two weeks ago to have a few more cases. It is unlikely that the ratio will be worse than one in a half million.

  6. Extremely rare???You tell that to the families of the deceased people!!!Thry have a total different opinion!!!

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