Top 20 Doctor insights on: Validity of yellow fever vaccination
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
Yellow fever vaccine: Vaccine is administered into arm (deltoid area). ...Read more
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Can yellow fever vaccination increase levels of SGOT/SGPT? If yes then within how many days it will come down to normal levels?
Important to see doc: Yes -Yellow Fever vaccine CAN cause liver abnormalities. It would be EXTREMELY important for you to be seen by a doctor if you've had a vaccine and you think you're having a side effect. Yellow Fever vaccine is an older vaccine -and it uses a 'live virus' so you should definitely have a doctor following you for this problem. Hopefully your liver enzymes are not too elevated, but I wouldn't risk it ...Read more
I am 74 yrs. In march 2013 I took yellow fever and meningitis vaccinations together. After 14 days I had severe reactions. Burning feet temp etc?
Got second dose since I forgot that I was vaccinated for yellow fever traveling to guatemala long ago?
Yellow Fever 10 year: Yellow fever needs to be updated every 10 years. If you have lost your certificate or are unsure of the date of your prior dose you can get another at any point (you don't have to wait 10 years) check with your travel medicine specialist. Yellow fever vaccine is recommend for far fewer destinations than many years ago. Of course there are many other medical issues to review re: your travels. ...Read more
Travel med clinic: Either your local health department will provide this or know where it is available, or if there is a travel medicine physician in your area they will have this. Or you could join the military. ...Read more
I am planning a trip to india on feb. 12th and need immunizations. Where can I get the necessary ones? I need a health provider for typhoid, hepatitus a & b, yellow fever, diptheria and malaria medication
First consult your doctor and he can immunize you against Typhoid, Diptheria with Tdap, HepA eeds two shots 6 months apart and HepB needs three shots, 2nd after a month and 3rd after 6 monthsThere is no need for Yellow Fever for travel to India.
Malaria Prophylaxis with Lariam, doxycycline or Malarone
Do not drink water unless boiled&careful with what you eat ...Read more
The yellow fever vaccine becomes effective ~10 days after administration and is expected to remain so for ten years. If traveling in a yf area you may need a yf vaccine certificate so getting another yf vac may be needed if you have not kept up with yours. For specifics see:
www. Cdc. Gov/vaccines/vpd-vac/yf/default. Htm. ...Read more
Female: My university days are near 40 years past but I remember at that time the disease vectors of which you speak are from the adult female of the species who require blood for their life cycle. ...Read more
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