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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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Yes, the baby should be seen by a doctor. Having had or not having vaccinations is irrelevant.It is useful that we're all aware...
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Hi This is an answer from an HPV site, looks a bit like your son.Not everyone gets their HPV shots according to the recommended schedule.  ...
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Hi, Warts may recur in up to one quarter of individuals within the first month but this becomes less likely as time passes. Warts are more likely to...
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All of the childhood vaccines? No. Adults are not susceptible to many of the diseases that we try and prevent in children. Some of the vaccines? Most...
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Yes
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Yes....and yes.  The HPV vaccine (covered my all insurances, incidentally) does prevent most strains of cervical cancer. Because of YOUR past...
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Hi No only for A and B strains, but if you stay clean and don't share needles for drugs, or share personal bathroom things, keep away from...
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Hi, Have a good read of this link below, it could help you, but I think you find that your doctor may not give you the 3 shots over 6 months, all...
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First of all, your nanny must not come into physical contact with your baby. That is the number one priority. Technically, it's contact with the...
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Cliff is transmitted through feces. As you are not infected and wash with soap and water, your granddaughter will be fine. Enjoy your visit.
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