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Flu

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No...patchy baldness is NOT caused by a flu shot, but it can be caused by nervous "hair-twisting", alopecia, or a fungal scalp infection...
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Hi You have ingrowing hairs, and there no problem abut itch like crazy, now what you need to do is this, open each one with a clean needle, inside...
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Yes....you can take a bath. Bathing would have no adverse effects when you have influenza. As a matter of fact, it may make you feel better.
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Yes...it is safe. The flu vaccine can be given if you have a cold.
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No, it is not normal. Influenza (assuming your diagnosis was correct) only lasts a week if you don't treat it; a few days less if you take...
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I do not believe that your rapid heart rate or "skipped heartbeat" has anything to do with your flu shot two weeks ago. See your medical...
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No...a fracture ankle and influenza are NOT related.  A healthy person or one with a challenged immune system can develop influenza if they are...
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Yes you can take the fly vaccine for diabetics its not strange
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No, the flu shot 15 minutes before would have no effect on your white blood cell count.
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The flu vaccine would have absolutely no affect or association with ADHD.
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Sure. If you can medically take ibuprofen at other times, you can certainly take it after a flu vaccine if you need it.
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Yes...you can have both vaccines at the same time.
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Flu vaccine does not cause cancer, but ANY vaccine that you get should be specifically approved by the team of physicians that are caring for you...
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I am a strong advocate for the flu shot (and other vaccines) so I think that EVERYONE should get vaccinated each year. It is not imperative that this...
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