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Warts, moles, and birthmarks may disappear after the COVID-19 vaccine

Warts, moles, and birthmarks may disappear after the COVID-19 vaccine


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| Publication date: 01/11/2022 14:49


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On social media in Australia, people who received COVID-19 vaccines with mRNA preparations have begun to report disappearing warts on their skin or other positive changes in the skin, Australian news.com.au reported on Tuesday.

Do skin lesions go away after the COVID-19 vaccination?

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Positive effects of vaccines on the skin?

After vaccination, they should disappear, among other things molesAnd birthmarks, psoriatic eruptions or associated spots eczema.

Although the relationship between coronavirus vaccines and viral warts has not yet been thoroughly investigated, a study published in October 2021 in the Scientific Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV) concluded that treatment of COVID-19 may be linked to changes in the skin.

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As a possible explanation for this phenomenon, there is, among other things, an enhancement of the immune system response after vaccinationWhich translates to a fight wart. The body may react similarly after being vaccinated against it human papilloma virus (HPV).

As indicated in the study published by EADV, despite reported cases of sudden disappearance of viral warts on the skin after vaccination with mRNA preparations, scientists need to conduct further studies and observations to conclusively confirm this relationship.

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