how much time before flu vaccine takes effect?

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Answered: Swine Flu Vaccination

Once you are fully vaccinated, you will be protected against having the Swine Flu (A-H1N1/09 Virus) for life. If, however, the virus mutates to a very different strain, it is possible that it could change to one from which your immunity may no longer protect.

Answered: Fighting the Flu

Yes I had the flu, couple of days after christmas. Allergic to eggs, cant take the shot Happened so quickly, I couldnt keep anthing down so the only thing I tryed was water. Would'nt wish it on my worst enimies, well maybe 1 !

Answered: Fighting the Flu

So far no flu. Every year for the last 5 years I have been getting the flu shot. This is because I have diabetes. For me its very simple shots - no flu. I hope it stays that way.

Answered: Will You Get a Flu Shot This Year?

Absolutely not...i don't know why people keep wanted to put the dead flu virus into their bodies. Do some research and discover new ways to naturally boost your immune system. Also do some research on what is actually in the vaccines they make. Im not preaching...i just want you to make an ...

Answered: Reaction to flu vaccine

I was about to be given a flu shot by my doctor but haven't find time to visit her yet due to my hectic schedule. But if this is your case, I think you should immediately consult your doctor. Ask him why you're suffering such effects. This is a very unusual reaction and you must not take it for ...
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What makes your mac computer take so long to come on

There are many reasons it could take a while for your Mac to turn on, but without knowing what you have on your computer I couldn't really pinpoint the issue. My advice to you would be to contact a Mac expert at an Apple authorized shop. You could probably call or go on to their website to see if ...

FLu from the vaccine shot

The mist version contains live virus. The shot is supposed to be killed virus.

Is it possible for someone to get the chicken pox ...

Although it is very rare, yes, people can get the chicken pox from taking the vaccine (the vaccine is made up of killed virus). If you are pregnant, I would recommend waiting until you have the baby before getting your daughter the vaccine. If you cannot wait, speak with your obstetrician about ...

Vaccine Against The Swine Flu

It depends. There are many factors to take into consideration. The country where you live in and whether there are enough funds allocated to the vaccine manufacturers. Probably a more greater concern is also on the genetic mutation and more dangerous strain which is drug resistance.