... Talk to your GP or a travel medicine doctor. ... (1 replies)
... exposure Rabies shots and a Japanese Encephalitis vaccination and malaria pills. ... (3 replies)
... hing that seems to be rampant is the flu and bacterial colds. I got my first and really only bad cold while traveling through Asia when I was 21. So maybe, flu shots for the flu, and just staying healthy and washing your hands a lot for the colds. ... (3 replies)
... You may need to contact a travel clinic with your specific plans to see what you need and what you don't really need. ... (3 replies)
... If so, what shots did you take before going? ... (3 replies)
... To start with, it is reccomended that you be up to date on routine vaccinations such as MMR (Measles,Mumps,Rubella), Td (Tetanus,Diptheria) and Polio. For India specifically - Hepatitis A & B and Typhoid, and if you plan to spend time in more rural areas, the Rabies vaccinations are advised. There is a combination Hepatitis A & B vaccine but it is given in three doses/shots -... (1 replies)
... I have conflicting information about the need for pre-travel rabies vaccination.
According to our record, my wife and I received a booster shot, the third in a series of three shots, in August 1999. According to then-current advice, printed on the card, this series was good for 2-3 years; in other words, a booster was required not later than August 2002.
I donít know if... (0 replies)