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Whooping Cough

Also called: Pertussis

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Yes, you can get a tdap.....
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Please check out this website. http://www.cdc.gov/pertussis/about/signs-symptoms.htmlEarly symptoms are similar to a cold, with a mild cough and...
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Whooping cough (pertussis) can be laboratory proven by an lab test....and so can Strep. It is possible to develop both since they are two different...
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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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Yes. It should not be a problem. There are not egg or nut substances in this vaccine.
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Hi, 2 to 3 weeks after the onset of symptoms.Hope that helps.Good Luck
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want to suggest u Baby Sleep Aids
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No harm, but he will still need a polio booster between the ages of 4-6.
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I don't believe there would be any contraindication to getting a pertussis vaccine as an adult, but run it by your medical provider -- someone...
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A cough in a healthy 4 year old can be many things. Most commonly, colds from viral infections can cause coughs. Other causes can be allergies, post...
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You need to call your pediatrician as soon as possible to let them know about these symptoms in your baby. It could be that he simply has a common...
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Whooping cough (also known as pertussis) can be spread by contact with contaminated surfaces, but this would be rare. It is usually spread by contact...
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The whooping cough shot helps prevent infection caused by  a bacteria called Bordetella pertussis. The flu shot or nasal-spray flu...
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Yes, that is possible. The vaccine is not 100% protective, so if your child has been exposed to whooping cough (pertussis) or this disease is making...
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We vaccinate our children against whooping cough, of course, and that has been successful. But we've learned that once people become young adults...
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