Home | Links | Contact Us | Top 50 | News | Bookmark
Find a drug:
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   #  

Health Forum    Infectious Diseases
Health Discussion Forum

 Did he for sure get autism from the vaccine?
Our neighbors son is 6 and he has autism. He is non-verbal and bangs his head a lot and runs around all day. They say that he was completely normal before and was starting to talk and then he got his ...


 What should i eat Diarrhea?
I have diarrhea so wut should i eat or not eat. Please be ...


 What are the symyoms for...?
...


 Sick with fever- chills and sweating?
hey guys! im sick and i have a fever, and im like sweating uncontrollably! my hands are sweating, my armpits are sweating, and i just feel like i have a bubble of hot air around me!! anyone have any ...


 Can acute HIV(initial stages) be diagnosed by some test ?
Suppose some one develops flu or something like this .Can a test for HIV infection be performed at that stage ?
If so,which test is done ?
Further can HIV be treated in the initial stages ?...


 Help me I have Flu...?
Hey, I've got the flu and I find myself really tired and can't stray from my bed.

Any ideas on how to get me energetic or at least feeling better would be most welcome....


 What happens if I have Strep Throat but do no get a prescription to cure it?
I believe I have Strep Throat, but do not have the resources to see a doctor and get a prescription. What will happen if I just let it "run its course"?...


 How do I help my 11 yr. old child get over the flu?
She wants to go outside, but I don't think I should let her.

She said to ask on here so please I need help!...


 My neighbor has mendengitus and is hospitalized, can she die?
I am also concerned about her sons that live with her, are they at risk. I dont know if it's viral or bacterial....AlI I know is they family has flown people in from out of town. She's only ...


 How long does the flu last?
My sister has had it for 3 weeks..........is it the flu? she has all the symptoms just not the time i think....


 Dry cough, fever, swollen glands, diarrhea, white spots in mouth, memory loss and depression..what the hell?
what's wrong with me>?...


 How do you know wen you are dishlecktic?
...


 Can my MMR vaccinated 8yr old catch Rubella?
...


 The stomach flu........ what can i eat that is easy on my stomach.?
i have not got sick since 930 this morning I have not eaten for 2 days and i think im ready to eat i have apple sauce is that ok?...


 Is the shingles virus dangerous?
...


 If you had the mumps as a child can you get again?
...


 Can you die from hepc?
if you dont get treatment? will you die earlier? if you keep drinking?...


 My wife infected TB. My child & my x-ray are normal, but MT test is positive how can i cure this for all in my
...


 Meningitis-WHY don't people realize it is a symptom NOT a disease?
Seriously they keep pushing the "Meningitis Vaccine" and now on the news they keep saying "Were 500 people in this bar exposed to Meningitis?" That is like asking if 500 people ...


 What does it mean if you have frequent infections?
Every 2 or 3 weeks, I feel like I'm coming down with the flu or something. I have a potential liver problem they are checking on. Could it somehow be related to my liver, or is it just a ...



Kelly D
Will a flu shot definitely stop me getting flu?
                     





Michal
Flu, also known as Influenza B, Influenza A, Asian flu type B, Asian flu type A or Asian flu, is a viral infection of the respiratory tract that causes fever, headache, muscle aches, and weakness. Outbreaks of illness of variable extent and severity occur nearly every winter in the general population.
More Info
http://www.eastherb.com/Flu_c81/Flu


funn_gal107
Rating
You may still get the flu. It won't be as bad as someone who doesn't have an immunization.


oceansoflight777
Rating
Don't count on it. With all the toxins in them, it almost makes it more likely a person will get sick from it.


Crossroads Keeper
Rating
Nothing is 100 percent espeially as far as vaccines are concerned. However; it does greatly reduce the chances and if you can is worth it.


GAR501
NO
As my doctor told me.if you imagine there are 250 strains of the flu virus active this year,when you go for the flu jab they can only use the vaccine known to them at that time.
So for instance if you get the jab it covers you for 250 variations but if a new one occurs or mutates like HYN1C or whatever it was called then you are not covered against it and could get it just as bad as anyone who had no flu jab at all !
I am diabetic an get the flu jab every year but they say it only covers you for about 60% of what might strike this year,however generally the biggest risk strains are included,but as someone else said no vaccine is foolproof !
Just to re-iterate,if you have the jab and still get the flu,it is not diminished because you had the jab,it is probably less severe because you have caught a milder or weaker strain which they thought was not high risk and didn't vaccinate against !


lillypops
Rating
no you just would'nt get it as bad!! if u have asthma, diabeties, or hayfever u really need to have it or over 65! it can cause u to get a little cold a few days after having it


WizD
Welll theres a controversial question for you.......

Medical staff say it does... but I know people who have had a even more serious bout of flu after they have had a flu shot.... so who to beleive eh ???


Decoy Duck
Rating
No but it will lessen the symptoms.


_me_
Rating
No. There are many different strains of flu and you might get one that the shot did not cover. Also, the shot might not last the whole flu season. I think it is still worth getting. I have been getting my flu shot in October for at least the last four years and I haven't gotten the flu. Before that I used to get the flu every year around Christmas from being around a lot of people in the crowded stores, airport, etc.


old lady
Rating
It isn't guaranteed 100%, but it certainly lowers the odds by a HUGE amount. It's worth doing. If it doesn't prevent you from getting the flu, what you get will be a much milder version than what you would have if you were unprotected.


omoxionuk
no but it helps the body develope the imune system against the flu so you only get a milder form.


Pancakes
About 80% success rate. There are more than one type of flu viruses. You only get a shot of the most popular flu at the time.


REESE
No it wouldn't it would just lower the chances of you getting the flu


Tom
nope


Albannach
Rating
No. There are too many different strains of the flu virus. But if you do get the flu, it can help lessen the severity of the disease.


Naomi
Rating
No


Dave
Ive been having the flu shot now for about the last 6 years,as I'm asthmatic i need to have it every October,i haven't had the flu in all these years,you do still get the occasional cold though,one of the side effects of having the flu shot is that you can get a cold up to about 2 weeks after having the shot,so no matter what all the other answers tell you take my advice and go and have it.


Kiki
Rating
No. It is not definite.


Polo
Rating
No. I had the shot last year and two weeks later I got flu really bad.


mastersnina
you can still get the flu but in a mild form


thart090
Rating
NO! It's Not fool proof! You can still catch the flu but it supposed to be Less severe if you've had the shot!


Nisey
Rating
No. This is a common misnomer. You are given a shot for a specific type (s) or strain of flu that is potentially serious and of concern for the public. That does't mean that you still couldn't get a different flu. Sorry. Doesn't happen very often, but it COULD happen.


mamatao
Rating
Nothing is definite. You will always hear about people who got the shot and still got the flu. I myself, have never had a flu shot and I haven't had the flu in over 10 years. In fact, I quit getting the flu when I quit smoking. I really miss smoking but I don't miss the flu.


carol p
Rating
no but if you are in one of the groups that need it ..its best to have it done ... i get it every year and so far have not had the flu for 2 years


sweetlatina1272
no, not necessarily...it is the virus itself that is injected in the flu vaccination either your body will be immune to it or not it just depends on your immune system..


sasha
Rating
yeah it should i think


jeanie
Rating
IT DEPENDS..... ON HOW YOUR BODY TAKES IT.


Jean M
Rating
No, becos there are different strains of flu


salsagal41
Rating
the flu shot will lessen the severity of getting the EXACT flu that is in the shot


wahspeteacher
Rating
It may,,, It may not... the flu shot is the dead strain from last year.. If that strain mutates (and it probably will), then the shot may not prevent you from getting the flu.


Donna :
Rating
If you regularly get the flu, then the shot is a good idea. If you don't get the there is no real need to bother with the flu shot.
Flu shots work about 70% of the time so read that statistic how you want.

You are injected with a small amount of flu which is supposed to build up immunity against the proper flu. Some people get the flu as a result of the jab being in them.
At the end of the day, some people have no doubt been saved (their life) by the flu jab. No one has been killed by it, so weigh it up as you please


 Enter Your Message or Comment


User Name:  
User Email:   
Post a comment:







Large Text
Archive: All drugs - Links - Forum - Forum - Forum - Medical Topics
Drug3k does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. 0.044
Copyright (c) 2013 Drug3k Thursday, November 27, 2014
Terms of use - Privacy Policy