... Just tell them that you need to get a TB shot, or call in sick the day before. Good luck with your new job, I hope you get it. ... (2 replies)
... I would just tell him you had a doctors appointment, a follow up to a previous visit and they called you back in. What you got was a TB test, not a TB shot. They inject tuberculin just under your skin on your forearm and check the reaction in two days. ... (2 replies)
... I just got a TB shot for a job I applied for. I have to have to have it read in 2 days. What do I tell my current boss without letting him know I've applied for work elsewhere? ... (2 replies)
... Why don't you get a thiomeral allergy patch test? That way you'll know one way or another. The T-free vax might be easier to get with a diagnosis. It's important too, since thiomersal is in more than just multi-dose vax's.
It's in some makeup removers, eye shadows and mascaras, soap-free hand liquid and wipes, eye, ear and nose drops/ointments, antiseptic sprays, skin... (7 replies)
... n the US come down with a disease, etc, that can be vaccine preventable. I am a 25 year old female and when I went to the doctor I was only told about getting a TB shot once every 10 years. What else is there that should be administered? ... (3 replies)
... The TB test is given on the inside of the forearm. A small amount of the liquid is injected just underneath the skin, forming a little bubble under the skin. ... (2 replies)
... Oh and how does it work do they inject something under the skin like a TB test or do they draw blood? ... (2 replies)
... Hey jriegel,
Like kehorner said, TB injections and tetanus (DT booster) are two separate things. The TB subdermal injections are (for some) an annual test to see if your body has a reaction to the material injected (the results tell whether providers need to test more for or treat tuberculosis). The tetanus injection (original injection in childhood is DPT, aka "DiPTet";... (3 replies)
... It's the 10 year booster for Td/Tetanus-Diptheria, not TB. You could get the flu shot yearly, the Hep B vaccination, the Varicella (Chicken Pox) if you havent had it and your second MMR if you havent had it. (5 replies)
... Are we going to lose an entire new generation to mutanagenic voodoo vaccinations like HEPATITIS B?
Is there a link to HIV? Are our babies in the window stages? The HEP B vaccine was given to high risk people in many countries in the early 80s those who had TB. Guess what populations have HIV now the same countries. Population control or economic gain take your choice?... (2 replies)
... Hi :) I mostly lurk around the forums, but I have come across this board, and have a few questions.
I was vaccinated all my life. I'm 18 years old now, and going into college to become a nurse's aide. Because I'm going to do this, I must get all my vaccines updated. How nessescary is this?
They did a tetnus shot already, but I might need to have the chicken pox vaccine... (2 replies)