DO YOU KNOW THE TRUTH BEHIND THE SMALL SCAR ON THE UPPER LEFT ARM AND ITS REAL MEANING

Do you know why some people have a small circular scar on their upper left arm? This scar is due to the smallpox vaccine. This vaccine was used until the 1970s. This included live Vaccinia virus, which stimulates an immune response that protects people against the variola virus that causes smallpox.

After the vaccination, blisters and then crusts form, which heal within a few weeks. After all, round scars. Doctors used a pronged needle dipped in Vaccinia solution.

Each time the needle penetrates the skin, a small amount of vaccine is added, which causes blisters. Maybe that’s why the scar is so big.

What happens after vaccination?

Slight swelling at the injection site lasts 6-8 hours. Then the swelling will decrease. After 6-8 weeks, the tumor reappears like a swelling from a mosquito bite. This swelling enlarges and forms a nodule, which ruptures and releases fluid, forming an ulcer. After the wound heals, the scar remains.

After the 70s.

Smallpox has been completely eradicated in the West 70 years later, so unless one travels to a country where the virus still exists, it is no longer necessary. In the 1980s, the variola virus was completely eradicated, and we no longer needed the smallpox vaccine.

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