Should a flu shot be taken before or after getting a crown ontooth?

ANY TIME. Crown on tooth will not have any affect when you can have flu shot.Have it before or after, it will be effective either way.
Decay. If you have bad or deep decay and or cracked tooth syndrome and pain, etc. You probably should get crown done, or disease control prior, if you're dentally fine and healthy, no problem getting shot first.
Whenever. I assure you I have done much more demanding things (than getting a crown) before and after my flu shot, and have never had a problem. But if you think you may suffer some minor reaction to the flu shot, do your crown before or two weeks after!

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Can you actually get sick after a flu shot?

Side effects. The flu shot has inactivated virus- so it will not infect you with the flu. If you have reactions to the shot they usually resolve within one to two days. Side effects can include a low grade fever, aches & pain, and localized swelling, redness and pain at the shot site. Some people have had allergic reactions to the flu vaccine. Read more...

I will get a flu shot wednesday. Is gonna hurt?

Not worse than ... Common side effects of flu shot are not worse than those of any other vaccine. One two doses of tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin after flu shot would alleviate or prevent common reaction. Read more...

When should I get a flu shot to get the most out of it?

October. In the U.S., the best time to get a flu shot each fall is in October, which means September through November is fine. However, if one misses his shot at those times, it is still fine to get it anytime until the end of the flu season. The flu season ends at the end of winter (February-March). Read more...

What happens if it ain't broke, don't fix it - why should I get a flu shot if I never get sick?

Because if you. come in contact with the influenza virus you could become very ill. At that point you would wish that you had gotten prevention (influenza vaccine). Read more...
Prevention. Most vaccines: have low risk, high efficacy. Small pox, Typhoid, tetanus, diphtheria,etc. Flu has some variability since many virus in the groupingH1N1 for example . Read more...

Is it safe for my baby to get a flu shot?

Yes. Unless your baby has a severe egg allergy or an illness that compromises her immune system, the flu shot is safe for kids 6 months and older. It's also a good idea for everyone else in the house to get the flu shot too (especially if mom is breastfeeding - then mom's flu shot further helps protect baby). Read more...
Yes. Flu vaccine is one of the safest and best tolerated immunizations. There are many misbeliefs about it. One is that the flu shot can give you the flu. This is absolutely incorrect. In fact it is really quite impossible for the flu shot to give you the flu since it is a killed virus vaccine. The only clear reason to avoid flu vaccination is a history of anaphylaxis (severe allergy) to egg. Read more...
Yes. Yes, it is. The only current exception is if the patient has had a documented severe allergy to eggs. Even in such cases, it is probably safe to give the vaccine, which may be split in two doses on two separate visits. Read more...
Yes. If your baby is older than 6 mos of age and has no immuniocompromizing condition, it is a lot safer to be immunized than to get influenza infection. Read more...

When is it too late in the season to get a flu shot?

Probably Never. Influenza cases are present in most areas year round, so it is probably never too late.There are times of year when influenza is more prevalent, but even that varies from year to year.You should consult with your doctor. Read more...
Well. It's never "too late" to get one, but the 2013-2014 season's vaccines should be coming out right about now, depending where you are, so you're just a little early actually. Read more...
Flu season . Starts in october, 2013 and ends in june, 2014.Most everyone rush to get their flu shots in october and november, thinking that it is already over by december. They are somewhat surprised when you offer to give them the flu shots in april or may! more so in june! people panic especially with media flashing headlines regarding mortality / fatality from flu virus! Read more...

Can a person with autism get a flu shot?

Absolutely. There is. no scientific evidence that vaccines either cause Autism or worsen symptoms in a person with an established diagnosis. People with some of types of the inherited mitochondrial disorders can experience worsening of their neurological & Neurodevelopmental symptoms with any stress like fever, including normal febrile reactions to vaccines. . Read more...