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Write-up: itching on the hands; blister going in between the fingers; reaction had worsen; This is a spontaneous report from a contactable consumer or other non-health care professional. A 17-years-old female patient received first dose of BNT162B2 (PFIZER-BIONTECH COVID-19 VACCINE, solution for injection, Batch/Lot number and Expiration date was not reported), via an unspecified route of administration, in right arm, on 11Apr2021 at 16:30 (at the age of 17 years), as single dose for COVID-19 immunization. The patient medical history included Strong Family History of Rheumatoid Arthritis, states her mother is crippled, immunodeficiency and borderline immunocompromised. Historical vaccine included cervical cancer vaccine. The patient didn''t have any history of all previous immunization with the Pfizer vaccine considered as suspect and no additional Vaccines administered on Same Date of the Pfizer Suspect. The patient didn''t receive any vaccines prior 4 weeks. The patient concomitant medications were not reported. The patient previously took cancer vaccines and experienced eczema, cancer vaccines and experienced pyrexia, lo loestrin fe for contraception and experienced heavy menstrual bleeding. She has not taken the second dose yet which is more than 21 days. On 1Jun2021, the patient had experienced Itching and blistering on her hands and between her fingers and it mostly started at the palm and she can''t stop itching reported as worsened. Reporter wanted to know if anyone else had the same reaction. patient also started on birth control. She had prior reaction from cervical vaccine at 12 years of age, also had eczema at the top of feet and fever. Reporter wanted to know if her daughter can still take the second dose because her high school clinic has schedule for second doses on 24Jun2021. Reporter tried to ask if she could also take the second dose of the vaccine because she is "borderline immunocompromised", but she already had HCP appointments set for her and her daughter and decided shell ask the doctor as well. The events didn''t lead to emergency room or physician office visit. No investigation assessment performed. Patient received treatment with Zyrtec, reporter states her daughter called from school and she forgot to take it today at school, it does help somewhat. UPC, Lot, Expiration Unknown. Caller states they tried an itching cream, but it was not the proper one, she thinks it did work but it had an extra ingredient for a feminine product. She wants to note her daughter started on Birth Control, Lo Lo Estrogen, Dosage unknown. Caller states it was strange because she had heavy periods and they are trying to find out if she has fibroids or endometriosis, and the doctor gave her a packet of birth control and when they tried to refill it 3 weeks ago, their insurance didn''t cover it so it might be a combination of her stopping that. Caller states she thought maybe if someone else and reported it. Outcome of the events was reported as not recovered. Communication: Caller provided with Report Reference. The caller was provided with the phone number, hours of operation 8am-8pm EST Mon-Fri and 9am-3pm Sat-Sun
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