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... I'm pretty sure my parents had me vaccinated as a kid especially if school required it but don't think I've had any adult vaccinations. ... (1 replies)
... ty since it wanes over time. When you are due for another tetanus shot, just tell them you just want the Td vaccination since you had a reaction to the Pertussis as a child. ... (1 replies)
... If a child had a reaction to the whopping cough shot as a child should they get the shot as a adult? ... (1 replies)

... So, getting enough sleep, eating right and getting the vaccine as soon as possible will help prevent you from catching it, and make the illness less severe if you do catch it. ... (1 replies)
... how can i prevent myself from being infected from chickenpox as my husband is infected (1 replies)
... g the time to answer my question. The Shingles vaccine didn't do me any harm. The injection site was only slightly itchy and a little swollen for about a day. As expected, it did not reduce the existing PHN pain. I just hope that it will help to prevent a Shingles recurrence or at least reduce the odds. ... (2 replies)
... As I understand the guidelines, it isn't contraindicated for people who have PHN, the wording on the insert states that it isn't intended for the treatment of PHN. Those are different things. (2 replies)
... Your doctor should be able to draw blood from you to see if you were vacinated. The antibodies would show up in the blood draw... If not, get revacinated. It wont hurt you; and its better to be safe than to be sorry in my own opinion. Many jobs require proof that you have had this vacination; and getting it again will give you that proof. (1 replies)
... cells which will protect you against the real infection as well as this fake one. ... (3 replies)
Flu shot or not?
Jan 18, 2016
... harm you but harm the people around you, it is very infectious and very virulent so you also put the people around you at risk. i say vaccinate against anything as soon as soon as you get the chance, its better than getting the disease itself. ... (5 replies)
... I had my shot 11/4/14. I had surgery done 02/17/2015 as the result. When the resident at my doctors office injected the needle i noticed she was pretty high up on my arm near the top of my shoulder. She then when to plunge and nothing came out so while with the needle still in my arm she moved it and the fluid came out. I had he normal pain after, but after about 1-2 weeks I... (0 replies)
... You can't get actual flu from the flu virus as it's a dead virus. However the way it works is that it makes your body produce antibodies to protect against a real flu attack. ... (6 replies)
... It's possible you were carrying the virus without any symptoms as it was in it's early stage and the F.I was just a coincidence. ... (6 replies)
... Every since my sister got a flu shot she has been having pain in her breast. Could this pain be as a result of the shot? ... (0 replies)
Mar 1, 2014
... If you are under 18 you should get it free with most public health centers. You should your local pharmacy as we'll. ... (2 replies)
Feb 4, 2014
... can be life threatening. Making sure your kids have had the right vaccinations can greatly reduce the risk of exposure and you can make your community healthier as well. ... (1 replies)
Oct 21, 2013
... I am 30 year old woman, healthy, want to become pregenent and was advised to do this vaccine as I wasn't ill as a child. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you so much. I feel a little bit better, but I still get the pain from time to time. I have not used any pain meds at all I just sit it out. I am going to tell my doctor again that its seriously a side affect. Maybe she will take me serious the second time. (5 replies)
... I think it is probably lymph node pain from the vaccine and will resolve over time. You might take ibuprofen or naproxen for the pain as they also inhibit inflammation. I would also get on the FDA drug reaction website and report this. There is a form you fill out and submit. ... (5 replies)
... Hi there all. I hope everyone is doing well. I got my flu shot today, for the first time ever. I have always been very scared of it, but am in a high-risk I got it. I was fine at first. The shot didn't hurt too badly, got it in my right upper arm. About 10-15 minutes later, I felt a weird pain in my right upper chest, above and below my collar bone. Not... (0 replies)

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