I'm feeling sick after a hep a and hep b vaccine. Is that normal?

Yes. Vaccines may cause fever, soreness at the site and achiness for several days as a normal series of side effects.Still safer overall to vaccinate.These usually begin within 24hrs.

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I need the hep a vaccine and also the hep b vaccine?

Hep A and B vaccines. Most children of this current generation have had hep a and b vaccinations in the first 2 years of life. Older children or adults who have not received hep a can still benefit from the vax because food could likely be contaminated with the virus, especially if travelling to third world countries. Hep b vax is recommended for most health care workers and people living in areas endemic for hep b. Read more...
Hep A and B vaccines. Almost all children in this current generation are immunized against both hep a and b in the first 2 years of life. It is still recommended to have both vaccines. Food is often contaminated so the hep a vaccine should offer protection. Healthcare workers are required to receive the hep b vax. Anyone can still have the vaccine to protect themselves from partners who may have the disease. Read more...
Using this site. You can get the most from this site when you describe a problem and ask a clear related question. You have written a statement, that you need some vaccines. This site does not provide vaccines or referrals. If you have questions about the vaccines you should state them. Otherwise contact your doc & arrange to get them. Read more...

Are hep a and hep b vaccines routinely offered by travel clinic for pts travelling to china?

Absolutely. Not only can you get them at travel clinics, but both vaccines are readily available from most doctors, and if your adult doctor doesn't have them, a family practice doctor in your area would. Finally, you can almost always get these through your local health department at a very reasonable fee. Glad you are being proactive before your travels! Read more...

Do the hep a and hep b vaccines contain thimerosal as do many other vaccines?

Thimerosal. Thimerosal has been removed or reduced to less than one microgram of mercury from all vaccines recommended for children under the age of 6 years with the exception of the flu vaccine. Hepatitis A and B vaccines reportedly contain no thimerosal. Read more...