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Nothing bad will happen....this is why an adult needs to keep track of those things.
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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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during healing of pox marks itching may be there,Not connected to fever
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Probably not, but an extra vaccine won't really hurt him. He can always get a blood test to see if he has an Hep B antibodies present. If he does...
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The tetanus vaccine is good for TEN YEARS, but some medical providers will recommend a booster vaccine sooner than that if there is some doubt as to...
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If he has had two doses of the pneumonia vaccine, that should be all he needs. That is the maximum dose that the CDC recommends for this vaccine...
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Current manufacturing processes for flu vaccines include growing influenza virus in chicken eggs. For this reason, the finished vaccine contains a...
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I took the Hep A vaccine and then six months later took a booster and it supposedly lasts for life. But you have to get the booster. I read that Hep...
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You are unlikely to get sick if you take both shots at the same time. They are totally different vaccines, with different side-effects and...
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Fortunately, dangerous side effects or reactions to vaccines are few and rare. Reactions that are life-threatening or result in lasting disability...
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An adverse event following a vaccination can be any health problem that occurs after receipt of the vaccination. It doesn't necessarily have to be...
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The scientific evidence is clear that vaccines do not cause autism. The Institute of Medicine, IOM, issued a report in 2004 concluding that the MMR...
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The available scientific data show that simultaneous vaccination with multiple vaccines has no adverse effects on the normal childhood immune system...
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Combination vaccines have been used since the mid-1940s. They have been used for many years without evidence of adverse effects and just as...
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Typical childhood vaccines do not have peanut allergen in them. I am cautious with the flu vaccine for those that are egg allergic, but most of the...
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