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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. MSG isn't safe either, and yet that is an approved additive to food. Just about every... (8 replies)
... personally, i will not vaccinate for hep b, at least until they are 10 or older. i was not vaccinated for it until i was a senior in highschool, and only because i was moving overseas. ... (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)

Hep A/B
Nov 15, 2004
... As for me, I am a very educated person, now. I HAVE done the research on vaccines, AND am living proof as to why vaccinations should not be given. ... (8 replies)
... hree shots for full immunity at intervals of 0, two months later, four months later. Depending on your departure date, it would be good to receive as many of the Hep A shots as possible before leaving, and then complete the series when you return. ... (3 replies)
... first of all, if you have not experienced an infection or flare up of chicken pox, menengitis or the flu, hep B or any other disease, in the environments you live in on a daily basis, it is unlikely that your child would because you haven't but also because... ... (11 replies)
... For any reccomended travel vaccinations, you can go to the site and enter your destination and it will give you the reccomendations. For Mexico, they reccomend the Hep A & B (which you can get both at one time with the Twinrix vaccine) and a Typhoid vaccination. ALSO be up to date on your Tetanus-Diptheria and Measles boosters. If you think you might be... (5 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)
... When I started Middle School, it was a requirement to get the Hepatitis-B Vaccine. Soon after, I got the first two shots, I started getting sizures (complex partial), and it wasn't until a couple years later that I remembered they seemed to start after I got the Hepatitis-B vaccine. The thing is that Hep-B comes in three shots, and I had cancelled the appointment to get the... (4 replies)
... I believe both B & C are transmitted through bodily fluids (I'm not sure about A). Hep B is what is recommended for high risk groups (health care professionals, police, etc). You can be tested to see if you are immune after receiving the vaccinations. If you are concerned about contracting it through massage, you could either not do the inside of the mouth, or wear 2 pairs... (4 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)
... With each dose, you began to build immunity. For complete immunity, three doses are given. You should have the full immunity within a month. So far, after receiving the three doses, it is believed to give long term immunity, but if you work in the healthcare field, it might be wise to check your titer in several years. I know when I got my Hepatitis B vaccinations, after my... (1 replies)
... Hi SentenceDoing, I have had quite an evening. My wife and I just took my son to the doctor this afternoon for his 2 year checkup and vaccinations. He recieved a Hepatitis A Vaccine. He acted no different than any other day, playing and laughing, he ate well at dinner and had no fever. About 3 hours after the vaccination I put him down for bed. no more than 30... (4 replies)
... Your local clinic might have what's called a travel clinic, too and you can call and ask them what they suggest. I think you need to have more than one hep vaccination -- 3 or 4 over a certain period of time, so now's the time to start getting vaccinated so you're good to go at travel time. (5 replies)
Hep A/B
Nov 14, 2004
... People are obviously uneducated on this subject.There is nothing so harmful in receiving a vaccination that you cant have it done.Contracting the disease is worse than getting a vaccination.Is it worth the risk? I myself have had both A&B vaccinations w/ NO side effects whatsoever.I think ppl may be a little too paranoid about this. (8 replies)
... you might consider getting Hep B if you never had that one, too. ... (3 replies)
... on of the testes,ovary,pancreas or meninges. Symptoms would occur within several days. Your child would probably have gotten the Hepatitis B,DTaP,Hib,IPV and PCV vaccinations at his two month visit and again at the four month visit. The six month visit usually consists of getting the DTaP and PCV vaccinations. ... (1 replies)
... from then on. For some reason, the tetanus shot does leave your arm sore more so than other vaccinations such as Hep A,B,flu or polio. I understand the new HPV vaccine will also leave you with a sore arm and in some cases, a slight fever.... ... (5 replies)
... Are we going to lose an entire new generation to mutanagenic voodoo vaccinations like HEPATITIS B? ... (2 replies)
... ria and Measles vaccinations. If you have a Passport Health office near you, they are really good at giving you advice on what you need as well as having all the vaccinations there too. ... (3 replies)

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