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Hep A/B
Nov 13, 2004
... I totally disagree. I have done months of research on vaccines alone and many n u t r i t i o n i s t s totally forbid vaccinations. Do a little bit more research, Greg. Trust me, the FDA is not looking out for you or me. They are filling their pocket books full of the green stuff. ... (8 replies)
Hep A/B
Nov 15, 2004
... Ok, I have read and accepted all your thoughts and beliefs on this. And that is fine. ... (8 replies)
... I am travelling to Mexico in February, and I was wondering what vaccinations I may need. I was told Hep A and B, but I don't know? ... (5 replies)

... you're a good mama! ... (11 replies)
... Well I found out that the computer messed up and turn out i didnt get enough vaccinations doses and i pretty much only has one each Diphtheria, Hep B, and i forgot one other one. My parents never did it again when i was a baby.. ... (2 replies)
... It is ok to get all of the vaccines at one visit. The meningitis and Yellow fever are one shot each. The Hepatitis A vaccine requires three shots for full immunity at intervals of 0, two months later, four months later. ... (3 replies)
... For any reccomended travel vaccinations, you can go to the site and enter your destination and it will give you the reccomendations. ... (5 replies)
Hep A/B
Nov 13, 2004
... o are at high risk for contracting certain illnesses. If you are exposed to blood or body fluids through work or play, you should seriously consider getting the Hep B vaccine. As with any medication, there are some risks associated with vaccines. ... (8 replies)
... My wife and I just took my son to the doctor this afternoon for his 2 year checkup and vaccinations. ... (4 replies)
... yrs. Mumps is usually characterized by fever, inflamation and swelling of the parotid gland and other salivary glands and occasionally inflamation of the testes,ovary,pancreas or meninges. Symptoms would occur within several days. ... (1 replies)
... I guess if you're terrified of needles, its hard not to be tense when its coming at you, but a tense muscle will definately make the shot hurt more and longer. ... (5 replies)
... if you havent had them already. If you're headed to more rural areas, a typhoid vaccination is a good idea. ... (3 replies)
... d just like to restate that i am not entirely opposed to vaccinations, but i think it is irresponsible of the medical community to vaccinate immediately at birth and periodically throughout infancy when a child's immune system, skeletal system and cerebral system are underdeveloped and immature. ... (11 replies)
... B comes in three shots, and I had cancelled the appointment to get the last one and forgot to reschedule until I had to have the whole series again. ... (4 replies)
... Your local clinic might have what's called a travel clinic, too and you can call and ask them what they suggest. ... (5 replies)
... StareDecisis.How common is it for a child to get HepC? ... (22 replies)
... Are we going to lose an entire new generation to mutanagenic voodoo vaccinations like HEPATITIS B? ... (2 replies)
What Vaccines
Jan 4, 2004
... it gives you time to discuss and think about it. ... (6 replies)
... Sorry, I wrote about the meningitis shot. The same advise is good for the Hep B vaccinations. The health dept would be my first choice. Hep B is a common vaccination. You will need a series of three shots to complete the series...initial vaccination, one a month later and another one six months later. ... (3 replies)
... well quite simply, everybody's reactions to vaccinations are different. There are some people, probably urself, that have to have boosters to some organisms for one reason or another. ... (1 replies)

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