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For dog health, typically the best way is to do the puppy series, and then rabies vaccine once ever three years thereafter.  Modern vaccines can...
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There is not a vaccine for MRSA. Avoid contact with the baby until you speak with your Physician. Anyone can get MRSA and some people are not...
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Not usually a big deal.
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You probably would not need any special vaccinations for a visit to Hong Kong, but it would be a good idea to have your own adult recommended...
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You have most likely been exposed already, but not all people who are exposed with get shingles, or in your case, chicken pox.  Many people have...
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Hi Who aver gave the first shot gave the second as well? Yes then go and ask if he did have it, as this would be recorded OKGood Luck
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IT WAS 2 DOSES
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Hi, NO, Because anything on you hand would be dead, after 2 hours.So just sit back and relax or take your dog for a walk it will love you even more...
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Hi When getting any kind of injection, its a new needle and its all very sterile, so you can relax on that part. But its your partner where you...
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Hi So this Doy or Dod, but hope you really mean Dog, as long as you had no open cuts your OK, this dog was just being very friendly.The look of a...
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i would take my baby to the er if that was happening but thats my opinion
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Yes, and yes. Children can get HPV, sometimes through birth, and this can result in HPV in a child's throat or larynx for example (laryngeal...
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The vaccine is not 100% protective, so clearly your 12-year old was not adequately protected. Yes, it is possible that he may infect his 20 month old...
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You should be okay, but to set your mind at ease ask you healthcare provider about getting a titer done.  It is a blood test that can check for...
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If there is no pain,tenderness,redness,swelling at the injection site ... Most probably its nothing to worry. Rarely Gbs can occur where there is...
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