Also called the Seasonal Flu, the 'flu' is short for influenza. It is a viral infection which attacks the respiratory system. Some of its symptoms are coughing, sneezing, headache and fever. It is spread through contact with the virus particles directly from someone else, from contaminated surfaces and objects and from breathing in respiratory droplets in the air that contain virus particles just after someone infected coughs or sneezes. Avoid touching your nose, eyes or mouth after touching a person with the flu or surfaces they have recently touched so you don't introduce the virus to your tissues.
No, Swine Flu is just one strain of the many flu viruses. Flu is an abbreviation for influenza. So Swine Flu is a type of flu, but all flu is not the swine flu, there are other kinds.
It is a possibility that you can get flu symptoms if you get the flu shot but it is NOT the flu, just side effects.
no because you just got a flu shot so you wont get the flu
A mixture of the standard Human Flu, Bird Flu and Pig Flu. This creates a new strain of flu called swine flu (Influenza A H1 N1).
flu is short for influenza
If you actively have the flu, then the flu shot will not cure it. The flu shot is a preventative measure. There are many strains of flu. Once you have a strain of flu, you are immune to it in the future. The flu shot changes year to year in anticipation of what strains will be prevalent. Once you have gotten the flu shot, there is no need to get the same flu shot that year.
Do i have the flu?
Swine flu is a flu very similar to the regular flu. Tamiflu is a medicine that you take when you have swine flu or other types of influenza.
Oh!You vomit when you have flu because you have flu!
yes. bird flu is the flu.
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.
The flu. One of the side affects of flu can be death.
Not much point really because after you have had the flu you will be immune to it, which is what the flu jab would do but using a weakened/dead version of the flu.
Swine flu was first discovered in people working with pigs. Flu is a disease that is transmitted in various forms among people, pigs, and birds. Sometimes bird flu is transmitted to pigs, and sometime pig flu is transmitted to people. What actually happens is that a pig has pig flu and catches bird flu. A chromosome from the bird flu gets mixed with the pig flu and changes it to a different type of flu. Then a person with human flu catches pig flu. A chromosome with pig and perhaps bird flu mixes with the human flu. The flu is mainly human flu but contains pig and bird flu chromosomes. It got the name swine flu because people working with pigs caught it first. Because it has the pig and bird chromosomes, people with resistance to human flu, have less resistance to swine flu.
That is the correct spelling of "flu" (the flu, viral influenza).
No, but if you get swine flu and regular flu shot, it will be harder to get the flu.
The swine flu shot is used to prevent the flu, not to treat the flu if you already have it. To treat the flu, antiviral medications are more likely to be prescribed, such as Tamiflu.
Love flu is not really influenza (flu). It is something you feel when you like someone. They call it a flu because a flu spreads and love happens to everyone.
Yes, Since the regular flu and the Swine flu are DIFFERENT, then you can still get it. The Swine flu often hits harder though. by that i mean, worser. The person can get Swine flu right after a regular flu OR if a person has regular flu it CAN turn into the Swine. Halleworld
A FLU nurse is an LPN or RN who administers flu shots.
Influenza is usually shortened to flu... but it should properly be 'flu
A flu epidemic is when a lot of people get the flu in a large area.
Your stomach will not nessasaraly hurt if you have the flu. it depends on what flu you have
Amoxicillin will not help the flu. Amoxicillin is for bacterial infections, and the flu is a virus. Viruses are not killed by antibiotics. If you have a bacterial infection WITH the flu, then it will help the infection, but not the flu.