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How likely is someone to get the meningitis, hepatitis b, and flu vaccines all on the same day?

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Dr. Mark Patterson answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Assuming that you are healthy, there should be no problem in getting multiple vaccines at one time. Vaccines contain antigens, which train your immune system to fight off those infections should you encounter them in the future. Your body is able to handle many antigens at the same time.

Answered Nov 17, 2017



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