If you are exposed to an identical version of the flu that you had previously after you have recovered fully from it the first time, then your body should have developed immunity to all genetically identical kinds of flu and you would not get it a second time. However, the flu can change by mutations and if it does change enough that the immune system no longer sees it as identical, then you would not have immunity to the mutated strain. This is a similar concept to why we need different seasonal flu vaccine every year and why there are no vaccines for the common cold.
You can get the flu twice in one season, but it would not be the same flu virus.
Cats and the FluYes, cats can catch the flu, but not exactly the same flu that people get; there is such a thing a feline influenza.
Well I'm the proof that you can! I've been sick with the flu again after I've just recovered from it 3 weeks prior to that. It would usually be a different type of flu the second time, though.
Yes right, but flu shot can be help to reduce spreading more in your circle.
In theory yes because there are many types of flu virus. However, this would be extremely rare.
No a catch isn't an animal or human. Humans can catch the flu and polio. A lot of kids die from polio and the flu.
Usually not the same exact one that you had previously, if you are an otherwise healthy person with a healthy immune system.An example is the flu. Influenza is caused by a virus. If you are exposed to an identical version of the flu that you had previously after you have recovered fully from it the first time, then your body should have developed immunity to all genetically identical kinds of flu and you would not get it a second time. However, the flu can change by mutations and if it does change enough that the immune system no longer sees it as identical, then you would not have immunity to the mutated strain. You can get the flu twice, but if the immune system is properly functioning, it would not be the same flu virus.
It is not possible for you to catch the flu through semen.
no, you are immune to it, but there are millions more strains you can catch that give the same symptoms.
Yes, depends on your immune system . Everyone says you can't get the same flu twice in a row within 1-2 weeks, and if you get another flu within that time period, and it's the same symptoms but last longer or shorter, it's the SAME, it's just your body's getting it all out so you won't have it again. Until or if it comes in contact with you in a few months or years or if lucky not at all, that's why NO one asks " can you get the flu three times or four times or five times within a ______ amount of time" comen since.!
Cats probably contract the flu from close contact with infected humans. Ferrets also can catch the flu.
The FLU constantly mutates into different strains. It is possible to get the flu more than once in any given year and even though the immune system has built immunity to one strain, it is possible to catch another.
You have to take flu shot so that you should not catch flu.
Yes of course you can! What flu are you talking about?
I dont think you can catch a headache. You can catch flu or a cold which are symptoms of flu or a cold, but you cant just catch a headache.
Viral immunity is typically pretty good for a healthy person, but there are many variations of both cold and flu. You won't get the *same* virus twice, but you may easily get a virus that has the same symptoms twice in the same year.
Because there are many strains of flu virus, so unless you have immunity to them all you will catch flu again.
Yes. They can catch the flu and a cold from people.
yes, anyone can get the flu.
Flu is a virus. (influenza) you can catch it by a person sneezing that has it.
you cant create the flu... u catch a virus and that's how u get the flu
You can catch the flu by hanging around other people who have the flu or if you make close contact with someone and touch you're eyes nose or face.
Yes, you certainly can catch the flu from someone else. The flu is a virus. It can be passed by saliva, sneezing, and skin to skin contact.
Yes, it's possible.