The drug manufacturers and drug package insert data indicate that there are no known drug interaction problems with the flu vaccine and other medications. There should be no reason to avoid your regular prescribed medications after getting the flu vaccine.
If you take medications that cause immunosuppression or have disease that causes suppression of your immune system, then you should consult your prescribing physician before vaccination to find out whether you should use a vaccine and, if so, which type of vaccine you should use (e.g., live attenuated vaccine vs inert vaccine).
Vaccine can prevent the flu.
interval- flu vaccine and the shingles vaccine
No, you cannot get the flu from the swine flu vaccine. What the H1N1 vaccine does is inject dead or weakened flu germs. That way if you do get the flu, your body will know what to do. But you can't get the flu from the vaccine.
Yes, you can get flu vaccine and varicella vaccine at the same time.
The flu vaccine is not a new vaccine that is developed from scratch every year. The flu virus mutates rapidly into different strains, meaning that a vaccination from a previous year will not protect you for another year's strain. The vaccine is modified to take account of this - it is not developed from scratch every time.
Q-pan is the approved vaccine for Avian Flu or H5N1.
Tamiflu or you could get a vaccine
You can get flu vaccine once you no longer have a fever over 100.4.
The flu vaccine is recommended for children and the elderly but nobody is forced to get it. Whether or not to get a flu vaccine is a personal choice.
how long is flu vaccine good for if left out of the refrigerator
In a way. Originally we needed to take a separate vaccination for the swine flu. Beginning in the 2010 - 2011 flu season, the regular seasonal flu vaccine was adjusted to include the vaccine for the swine flu. So now you can be protected from swine flu by taking the regular seasonal flu shot in the US.