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... And it should never be given to a new mother. Or a newborn infant. ... (9 replies)
... soreness at the injection site lasting a day or two and mild or moderate fever. ... (4 replies)
... Adults and some teens probably only received one since the second vaccination is a new reccomendation. Colleges usually require proof of two. If you've only had one, it might be a good idea to get a second one. ... (4 replies)

... ome peoples immune systems to "lose" some of the antibodies to certain illnesses in time because they never get used. Usually, however, enough is left to execute a quick enough attack and make more all over again to keep you from getting sick and thus STILL being immune. ... (1 replies)
TB Vaccination
Jan 5, 2006
... Here is a link that shows that hep B can induce Kawasaki Disease. Very bad!!! eek! ... (6 replies)
Vaccines
Jul 7, 2005
... I'm starting to really hate myself for letting the dr give my son the hep b vaccination at his first check up...if he only cried a little and generally had no problem with it, does that mean he's okay or could it have still caused damage? ... (14 replies)
... tetnus, hep series, and mmr. I am worried about getting sick from these shots. I have not had a vaccination other than meningitis for a long time. Am I worring for nothing? ... (3 replies)
... B vaccinations with no problems at all. My arm was a little sore afterwards. It's better to get the vaccination then to get Hepititis, that is pretty nasty. ... (4 replies)
... the absolute best thing a mother could do for her child is breastfeed. ... (9 replies)
... He recieved a Hepatitis A Vaccine. ... (4 replies)
... Hello to all of you. I am a regular visitor to the Lupus board and have tryed posting this there but have not had much luck with responses. I have a question to pose to you that I am hoping as you have all been so helpfull in the past you will be again. ... (10 replies)
... old, I was told I was not immune to Rubella, even though I have proof that I had the shot as a baby. ... (9 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)
... as a volunteer, nurse, techs, physicians, etc. It is an OSHA requirement. ... (7 replies)
... Is there a link to HIV? ... (2 replies)
Mercury Content..
Jan 13, 2004
... Lets take the Hep B vaccine for example. We are talking about the common Hep B vaccine that has Thimerosal. ... (6 replies)
... I don't know what vaccines she's had already, I think you had her on a reduced schedule? ... (2 replies)
... rely 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)
... I dont really see the need in getting the Hep B. vaccine? ... (22 replies)
What Vaccines
Jan 4, 2004
... If you are going to do them then spread them out at least 6 weeks to 3 months depending if it is from a live virus. ... (6 replies)




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