Why doesnt a flu jab protect you for life?
There are several strains of the flu virus, and the virus is
constantly changing. So each year, scientists have to produce a new
flu jab in the hope that it will work.
The flu vaccination should protect you from getting the flu. The flu vaccine is usually 70% effective.
can you have the flu jab with low lymphocytes
A flu vaccination is only good for the season because the flu virus changes over time. Without getting into the technical details of how it works, a virus can adapt and change over time by gaining new genetic traits, making it a completely different 'virus' that causes the same disease, but is genetically different than the one before it. Because of this, a vaccination of the old flu virus will not last for life. An… Read More
so people can't get flu
The "flu shot" is what an injected immunization using influenza vaccine is called in the US. In the UK, this is better known as a "flu jab". Flu jab may be the term you may have heard spoken and are thinking of. There is no "flu gab" found. The pronunciation of the "j" in flu "jab" is the same as in the word "jump". "Gab" is usually pronounced with the "g" like the "g" in… Read More
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.
No, only one time should provide immunity for life. However, in the US for the 2010-2011 flu season, the vaccine for swine flu H1N1/09 is included in the "regular" flu vaccinations. If you had it last year, it won't hurt to have it again.
It depends what strain of flu it is and who has it. Some types of flu, such as bird flu can be deadly. More common types of flu, such as the ones that go round every year, can be dangerous to an elderly person or someone with lung problems and this is why they are given the flu jab. To other people, although it makes them feel very ill for a while, it is not… Read More
any one over 65
Yes you can. They are totally different viruses.
No, vaccination for the seasonal flu will not protect you from the H1N1 (swine) flu. ------------------------- Yes. In the 2010-2011 flu season in the US, the seasonal flu vaccine does contain the H1N1/09 swine flu vaccine along with two other flu viruses. There is no need to get a second flu shot this year like in the 2009-2010 flu season. It won't hurt to get it again if you got it last year or if… Read More
yes. medically there is no affiliation with going in the water and a flu. its human nature to assume that the water is cold hence increase the persons cold/flu.
Measles, Mumps and Rubella
Best way to control cold or flu is to get a flu jab when possible and for a cold, well there's no way to control it but eating soup and getting as much rest is best for colds. Hope this helped?
Typically, no. If you received the IM injection (flu shot/jab) in the muscle of the hip, you might have localized tenderness in the muscle tissue, but not in the bones.
around £30 In the US, the typical cost is $25. In the 2010-2011 flu season, the swine flu vaccine is included in the regular seasonal flu shot. During the pandemic the monovalent swine flu shots were provided free by the US government.
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It hurted for about 3 days for me. But it edventually went away
it doesnt work. it just makes things worse. your cells in the body have like a layer of calcium around them, and if they go rotten that's what cancer is. these turn black by eating sugar and rubbish and the jab is full of stuff that your body doesnt need. it is just a con for money even though you don't have to pay, every jab that gets done is worth something.
depends if you got the full regimen, or only one dose. The chances of dying from worry about swine flu is much greater than actually dying from it.
If you are in the UK, contact your primary care physician. If you are in the US, you can get flu vaccinations at most large national pharmacy chains and many local pharmacies, at your doctor's office, and sometimes they are available at community health fairs or through your employer.
No. For the flu vaccines, there are no live injected (flu shot/jab) vaccines. All injected flu vaccines are made with inactivated virus particles. The MedImmune flu mist is the only type that includes LAIV (live attenuated influenza virus). It is sprayed into the nose as an intranasal form of immunization. The mist is weakened (attenuated) significantly so that it will not give an otherwise healthy person the flu. It is only approved for those aged… Read More
Usually it is not a problem to get a flu vaccination with a mild illness such as a common cold, however, you should not get it if you have a fever. Wait for a full 24 hours after getting over a fever of 101 or above before going into public or getting a vaccination.
No it doesnt. When I was having it done I looked the other way, and I did not feel a thing! I turned around and it was out, I was shocked! Lol. :) :P
It is just like a regular shot, however people have said that afterwords your arm aches more than usual. Some people have also had other effects like the chills; feeling like they had a touch of the flu, but it's different for every person
Stingrays have a poisonous "sting" or barb half way down their tails which they can jab into other organisms to fend them off.
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Usually, yes. However, if you have a fever with the cough, you should wait until the fever is over before getting the flu vaccination. They recommend waiting 48 hours after a fever before getting the shot/jab. Something to consider, though, is whether you may be spreading something with your cough to others when you go out in public with it. If you can wait until the active symptoms are gone, stay home and rest and… Read More
A flu shot does not normally cause much pain but you might feel a small jab as the needle goes in. The last time I had a vaccination it was over before I even felt it!
Probably but it is better if you check with the pediatrician who gave the other vaccines, many things like this are dependent on the specific child involved and the immunizations just received.
I was interested in this so did some digging around, the regular seasonal flu jab costs £7.51 in the UK. The swine flu vaccination is a little cheaper as the sheer quantities ordered mean the price has been driven down to about £7 per shot, swine flu is recommended to have 2 shots though. meaning a total cost of £14 per person, plus the time for GP's to administer the jabs.
They are repeated each year before flu season begins because the flu virus is able to mutate into new forms to which you do not have immunity from the prior vaccines. Additionally, each year the vaccines are compared against the circulating flu viruses around the world and the seasonal flu vaccines are developed to target those types of the flu. They include the 3 most prevalent types of flu that will hit when flu season… Read More
no but if you don't have it there is a huge risk of catching the disease. Also doctors will try and persuade you to have it to save your life. TB can be spread very easily so having this jab will make you safer and others safe:)
Jab Jab Phool Khile - 1965 is rated/received certificates of: India:U
Jab is 195 cm.
Starfish can protect themselves by only to come out at night so no animals can see it. Another way is that some starfish have spiny skin that will jab into anything that tries to attack it.
If you mean will the injection of a flu shot/jab hurt, then no more than any injection, but it might hurt a little just for a short time during the injection. If you mean will the vaccine be dangerous for a ten year old, it has been proven to be one of the safest vaccines even for infants and the elderly over decades of use.
Jab Murray was born in 1892.
Had my k1 visa medical today, all immigrants to the states now have to have the flu jab, it's £27 there and then or you can try get it from your gp for free, if gb won't give it then boots give it for £12.99
It has a stinger to jab at it's enemies. The problem with the stinger, is that if the bee stabs someone with it, the stinger attaches itself to the enemy and is torn from the bee's backside, which results in the death of the bee.
Skuntank doesn't learn Poison Jab by itself from leveling. However, it can learn it from the Poison Jab TM.
'a jab' is the subject. The verb is 'is'.
The duration of Jab We Met is 2.37 hours.
Jab was the name of a rock band from Adelaide in Australia.
the director of JAB WE MEAT is Imtiaz Ali
the word jab means when as a statement. When you are saying when as a question (when are we going to meet?) you say Kab. When you are saying when as a statement (when we met) you use Jab.
A Gliscor can be taught Poison Jab either by going to the Move Relearner in Pastoria City and giving him a Heart Scale in exchange for Gliscor learning Poison Jab or you can use the Poison Jab TM in order to teach it to Gliscor.
desh pukare jab sabko
There are now three different administration routes for flu vaccines: the "classic" shot/jab that goes into muscle tissue; the nasal mist that is sprayed into the nose; and a new intradermal vaccine (new in the 2012-2013 flu season), that is injected within the layers of the skin using a needle that is 90% smaller than the needle used in an IM (intramuscular) injection. The spray is made to be absorbed by mucous tissue and, typically… Read More
What kind of jab are you talking about? I think perhaps you need to be clearer.