The flu shot only prevents respiratory influenza. It does not prevent the gastrointestinal "flu" virus that makes you have GI symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea without the cough and respiratory symptoms of influenza. The flu that makes you throw up is not really influenza, it is just an illness that is also caused by a virus or "bug" (called viral gastroenteritis).
True seasonal respiratory influenza, on the other hand, if bad enough (or if you are very young or over 65) is more likely to cause severe complications or even death. The stomach virus usually doesn't result in the same severity, as long as dehydration is controlled by drinking plenty of liquids (and perhaps an occasional sports drink to replenish electrolytes like sodium, potassium, and chloride).
The shots you get for seasonal influenza, and the flu vaccine to prevent the A-H1N1/09 "Swine Flu", are made for protection against respiratory influenza, not for the "stomach flu".
Fun facts: The intestinal flu is not really the flu. It has been incorrectly called that for a long time, but is actually called gastroenteritis and usually is caused by viral infections but might also be bacterial. Influenza (flu) is a respiratory disease that only rarely causes any gastrointestinal symptoms. A very common viral gastroenteritis is what most people call stomach flu, or they also call it Norwalk flu and is caused by a norovirus.
"Norovirus (formerly Norwalk agent) is an RNA virus (taxonomic family Caliciviridae) that causes approximately 90% of epidemic nonbacterial outbreaks of gastroenteritis around the world, and may be responsible for 50% of all foodborne outbreaks of gastroenteritis in the US. Norovirus affects people of all ages. The viruses are transmitted by fecally contaminated food or water, by person-to-person contact,and via aerosolization of the virus and subsequent contamination of surfaces."
A lot of people are under the misunderstanding that Vitamin C can keep from catching a cold. In truth, it will just reduce the time that you have the cold.
Yes you can overdose on testoterone shots just like all other shots. This is because of the drugs and chemicals that are in the shot.
there is no when there is a just they get their shots the same time as any other dog
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How about..."Just say No!" Crack is WhackIf you do drug shots, then you do mug shots."C'mon, just do it !"
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just like you and me gunie pigs get cold the best way to prevent this if your gunie pig is outside is create a bedding area from it or just get a little box and fill it with hay this will keep them warm and make them feel safe
Its just like your ordanary shots from the docter, its nothing to be afraid of. good luck
Im sure she can, but just notify ur vet that she is pregnant before the shots are given.
It is easier to catch a cold just after getting over one, since your body is resting from trying to fight off the germs. A way to prevent getting a cold is to wash your hands a lot, and also try to get as much sleep as possible.
Can't Stop a ColdIt is too late to prevent it - but you can lessen the symptoms. Take cold&flu tablets, get plenty of sleep and rest, drink plenty of fluid - water and orange juice, and eat healthy and nutrious foods.Garlic can help too.
The blend door controls how warm or cold the outlet air is.
just tell me the countries who require yellow fever vaccine shots
Yes. They use it to preserve the shots, but they don't have to use mercury, they just use it to save money.
you might just have bad intestinal problems
By doing shots. Its so tasty you can just do shots of it, we did the salt, do a shot and sucked on some lemons
Call your vet, usually my dogs get tired after getting their shots, but no trembling, some dogs have reactions to shots and can get very sick, some dog owners just get titters shots.
It would be a good idea for your dogs shots to be done before she gets pregnant but just think though , Do dogs in the wild have shots before they have pups?
There's really no sure-fire way to prevent it. The best way to prevent flu is to have a flu vaccine every year. That way, even if you get a strain that's not in the vaccine, your flu will be much less severe and just feel like a cold to you. Be sure you are as healthy as you can be, and your body will probably be able to fight off a cold on its own - eat right, take vitamins daily, get enough sleep and exercise, and drink enough water daily.
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No , Harts Rid worm is for intestinal worms (like tapeworms etc.) , and Heart Guard heartworm chewable tabs are to prevent heartworms.
2 3 point shots and 3 2 point shots 4 3 point shots and 6 2 point shots 8 3 point shots and 12 2 point shots just double the shots each time
any age, just lke humans
NO that is just way too cruel
yes you can :)