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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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Influenza is contagious a day before you know you have it, and about two days later (estimate). Tamiful is given for five days and must be given in...
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It will not hurt him, but it is unnecessary.  Only two doses are recommended....one at age 1 year, and another before kindergarten (age 4-6)...
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Vaccinations MAKE your immune system healthier. Medical provider do not test patients to see if they can take a particular vaccine. There are very...
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The MMR offers good protection...but unfortunately, not 100%. Mumps is contagious, but I do not know what stage of the illness your grandchild is in...
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You ask an excellent question. Many people think of vaccinations as something only infants receive. But many vaccines require booster shots, and MMR...
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see a doctor right away, you may be allergic to it
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No, the Tdap vaccine will not make you contagious. As matter of fact, you five month old grandson already had TWO of those vaccines, assuming he is...
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Yes...you can have both vaccines at the same time.
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Not at a greater risk, but you will certainly remain "at risk".  Many of those past diagnoses of having chicken pox multiple times as...
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Many coughs can sound the same. Now that you have more than just a cough, it is important for you to see your medical provider again so you can be...
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