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Hep A Vaccinations
Latin word for cow, vacca, because of the smallpox/cowpox work of edward jenner, vaccination is the administration of a substance, live organism or otherwise, that stimulates the immune response to prevent a specific disease. Primarily a preventative procedure, some vaccines can ...Read more
No Hep A vaccine: I think you mean hep b. The vaccination schedule most often used for adults and children has been three intramuscular injections, the second and third administered 1 and 6 months after the first. Recombivax hb® has been approved as a two dose schedule for aged 11-15 years. Twinrix® has also been approved as a four dose accelerated schedule. This from the cdc. ...Read more
I have took 2 jabs of hep b vaccination..But i miss the 3rd jab due to some reason.. And now ady passed 2months. I should retake all 3 jabs or how?
For hep b vaccination for 19 yr old for the 3rd dose (which he got early sept) is it ok to get in early march or should wait until exact after 6 month?
No: Nerve burning pain is more likely related to nerve injury, either from a pinched nerved in the spinal cord area or else from a condition called peripheral neuropathy. PN is often related to conditions like diabetes or can be a complication of drugs given by IV that may be used to Rx a life threatening condition or cancer. ...Read more
My 2yrold got a hep a vaccination this morning and now has been throwing up all night. What are the side effects of the vaccination?
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