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What is a b-12 shot?

What is a b-12 shot?

B-12 is one of theā€¦: Vitamin b family, viz. Cobalamin, a water-soluble vitamin, used primarily to treat anemia due to b 12 deficiency. Other uses include treatment of cyanide poisoning, & hereditary deficiency of transcobalamin ii. High B12 levels may protect elderly against brain atrophy. High-dose B12 has been found to stimulate th1 suppressor t-cells which down-regulate over-production of allergy antibody ig-e. ...Read more

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Long will a b 12 shot last? How

Long will a b 12 shot last? How

Week to 21 days: Depends how low you are but typically a week to 21 days . I give b12 weekly if patient is low find it works best ...Read more

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Side affects of a tentnis shot?

Side affects of a tentnis shot?

Tetanus Shot: Side effects are usually local-pain, swelling, redness. Infrequently you could get: headaches, respiratory infections, diarrhea, allergic reaction, fever; and rarely blood in the stool or pneumonia. ...Read more

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Should people get a hipitis B shot?

Should people get a hipitis B shot?

Probably: Hepatitis B is an effective vaccine and all children have been routinely vaccinated since 1991. For adults the usual recommendation is to vaccinate if there is any risk of exposure (healthcare workers, people with immunodeficiency, etc). More recently the vaccine is being offered to all adults. ...Read more

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What shots should a 12 yesr old get?

What shots should a 12 yesr old get?

4 if low-risk: According to the advisory committee on immunization practices (acip), there are 4 usual vaccines due at age 12: tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis), hpv (human papilloma virus), Meningococcal vaccine, and influenza. If behind, catch up with hepatitus b, polio, measles/mumps and rubella, and chicken pox (varicella). Finally, if high-risk, maybe pneumococcal and/or hepatitis a vaccines. ...Read more

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Does a cut from a knife need a shot?

Does a cut from a knife need a shot?

Tetanus?: Yes- if it has been over 10 years since your last tetanus shot or you don't know when your last one was. ...Read more

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Can you use mb12 shots after they expire?

Expiration: In general, recommend against use of expired medications. ...Read more

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What does the t stand for in the DPT shot?

What does the t stand for in the DPT shot?

Tetanus: Is the "t" in both the dtap vaccine for infants & children from 2 months up to 7 years of age & the tdap for people from 11 up to 65 years of age. ...Read more

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Is it bad if a child is late on their shots?

Is it bad if a child is late on their shots?

Risky: Vaccines provide protection from diseases that can be deadly to a child and infant. So there is the danger. Try to catch him up as soon as possible. ...Read more

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I am going to nicaragua what shots do I need?

I am going to nicaragua what shots do I need?

CDC.GOV: See one of the on-line travel sites. The cdc.Gov has a great traveller's site. ...Read more

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How often are you supposed to get a DPT shot?

How often are you supposed to get a DPT shot?

5-10 years: For adults, the overall recommendation is every 5-10 years. The current DPT shot is tdap and covers pertussis or whooping cough. It is recommended at least once from age 10-11 years. It is also recommended again if you are caring for a baby under a year of age, if you have not had it in the past year. ...Read more

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Do you need to update your shots as an adult?

Do you need to update your shots as an adult?

Some do: A yearly flu vaccine can help you avoid the flu and avoid carrying it to the important people in your life. The tetanus booster needs to be repeated every 10 years, and we encourage use of the tdap booster that covers for diphtheria and whooping cough as well. The extra prevents you from carrying these illnesses to babies who are the most vulnerable.Other shots may be needed depending on travel. ...Read more