Yes. It may not be as effective though. The shot is meant to be delivered into muscle, and depending on your fat distribution, the thigh may have a thicker layer of fat that prevents the needle from reaching the muscle.
Yes. The deltoid of the shoulder is the most common place for injections in adults, but the anterior part of the upper thigh is an excellent place as well.
Yes it can be. Yes it can be given in thigh.
Yes it is but. Yes you can get flu shot in your leg but that's not the proper site to give flu shot. It is an intramuscular vaccine and can be injected in any muscle.
Flu shot on sat, low fever, weakness, pin pricks in hands and feet. Subsided now have severe thigh pain when I walk. Dr. Looked for gbs and does not think. Could this be gbs? Wants me to see neuro.
2nd opinion. Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it.
Should I have a flu shot as it's winter now and lots of people have flu. I am breast feeding my 3 weeks old baby at the moment. Thanks?
Yes. It is a great way to protect your baby.
Been off Depo-Provera since October 15th, it's October 26th today. I've had diahhrea, gas, tired, & tingling boobs. I have a flu shot. Is this pregnancy?
Pregnancy is when.... ...you're pregnant. Symptoms of diarrhea, gas, tired, & tingling boobs after a flu shot more likely mean you've got.. ..well, diarrhea, gas, tired, & tingling boobs! HA! What you really need is to purchase a pregnancy test from the pharmacy (or gas station), follow the instructions, & let us know whether it's "Congratulations" or "He best not leave that nice car anywhere where I can see it! "