I'm not sure if this is a good idea.I had a high blood fat test and both legs are itchy and will bleed a little when I scratch them, so please ask the doctor if this will affect the vaccination.
The actual fact is that you can find a lot of people who are not able to get a good deal on a lot of things.This is the case of vaccination, there is generally no effect can be vaccinated, only that after vaccination more attention to diet, avoid strenuous exercise, pay attention to rest.
According to your situation, diarrhea has been normal for a week, but both legs are itchy. If there is a rash on the legs, or recent skin allergy is not allowed to inject New Crown vaccine, you need to heal before injecting New Crown vaccine, because vaccine few people can have allergic reaction.You can get treatment first and then get the vaccine after it has healed.
Patients with high blood lipids and enteritis are not recommended to receive the New Crown vaccine. Patients with fever, patients with acute diseases, and patients with serious chronic diseases that are not controlled during the acute phase of chronic diseases are also not allowed to receive the New Crown vaccine, and it is recommended to treat existing diseases first and then receive the New Crown vaccine after the treatment is cured.