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SOURCE: What are some of the side effects of the flu vaccine?

You may feel some light flu-like symptoms after getting the flu shot. You might feel some aches and pains and cold like symptoms such as a runny nose, cough or sore throat.
But you should bear in mind that the benefits of the vaccine far outweigh the side effects

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SOURCE: Are there any side effects from the whooping cough vaccine?

All vaccinations can produce some side effects but you shouldn't expect anything major. The main ones are;

- Pain

- Mild fever

- Swelling at the site of the injection

- Tiredness

- Nausea

- Chills and body aches

Posted on Feb 18, 2013

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Side effects of tetanus shot


Mild fever, joint pain, muscle aches, nausea, tiredness, or pain/itching/swelling/redness at the injection site may occur. Acetaminophen may be used to reduce these effects.

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Australian recommended immunisations and possible side effects, for practice nurse


Immunisation

The above page from the Western Australian government site includes a link regarding possible side effects.

However, you may want to look at the following from the 10th edition of a clinical textbook:

http://www.ncirs.edu.au/assets/provider_resources/handbook-tables/Inside-back-cover_Comparison-effects-of-disease-and-side-effects-of-vaccines.pdf



Practice nursing in Australia Parliament of Australia

If you load the above document and press CTRL F, you can search for the word vaccinations and find some information regarding legislation.

Clinical Guidelines Nursing Immunisation of inpatients

The above link is from the Royal Children's Hospital.

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I have itchy spots on many parts of my body. Could this be a reaction to the shingles vaccination which I had almost 2 weeks ago?


yes.

Side Effects of the Shingles Vaccine: Is It Safe? - Healthline

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Nov 17, 2016 - The shingles vaccine is recommended for people age 60 and older. Find out about its potential side effects, and learn whether it's safe for you.

Shingles Vaccine Information, Side Effects, and More - WebMD

www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/prevention-15/vaccines/shingles-vaccine-basics Jul 19, 2016 - The shingles vaccine shot can roughly cut in half your chances of getting shingles, a painful skin rash caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox. If you've already had shingles, the vaccine may help prevent it from coming back. ... You shouldn't get the shingles vaccine if:

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Shingles vaccine: Should I get it? - Mayo Clinic

www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/shingles/.../shingles-vaccine/faq-20057859 The most common side effects of the shingles vaccine are redness, pain, tenderness, swelling and itching at the injection site, and headaches. Some people report a chickenpox-like rash after getting the shingles vaccine.

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CEFDINIR 300 MG CAPSULE SIDE EFFECTS what medical conditions does it treat? How do you take this medication?


It is an antibiotic taken for specific types of bacterial infection. It isn't taken for just any old illness, so really you should see a doctor about this.

It reacts badly with gout medicines and some vaccines.

Possible side effects are
- allergic reaction
- dizziness
- drowsiness
- stomach upset
- nausea
- headache

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Is gastroenteritis, fungi, tetanus, pneumonia, cold-flu or Tuberculosis bacterial infections?


Wow, that is a long question! A virus is the most common cause of gastroenteritis but it CAN be caused by a bacteria such as eColi. A fungi is a fungus and not bacterial, although they are closely related. Tetanus is caused by a bacteria that lives in dirt. The most common cause of pneumonia is bacterial but there are viral and fungal pneumonias. A cold is caused by a virus but can have a secondary bacterial infection. Tuberculosis is caused by a bacteria called mycobacterium.

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Is there mercury in flu vaccines given to children?


The short answer is no.


The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved several formulations of the seasonal flu vaccine, including multi-dose vials and single-dose units. (See Table of Approved Influenza Vaccines for the U.S. 2014-2015 Season.) Since seasonal influenza vaccine is produced in large quantities for annual vaccination campaigns, some of the vaccine is produced in multi-dose vials, and contains thimerosal to safeguard against possible contamination of the vial once it is opened.

The single-dose units are made without thimerosal as a preservative because they are intended to be opened and used only once. Additionally, the live-attenuated version of the vaccine (the nasal spray vaccine), is produced in single-dose units and does not contain thimerosal.

Thimerosal is mercury based compound but its use has decreased as most vaccines are single dose today.

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Why did they start the vaccinating for chicken pox?


A varicella vaccine developed in Japan in the 1970's was licensed for routine use in Japan and Korea in 1988. The varicella vaccine was recommended for routine use in the United States in 1995. In 2005 a combination measles, mumps, rubella, varicella vaccine (MMRV) was licensed.

Vaccines are routinely developed as a way to confer immunity against viruses for which there are very few drug cures available (unlike bacterial infections).

The vaccine is what you receive when you get a vaccination. A tiny dose of a synthetic analogue (a piece) of the virus is injected into your arm (or bottom). Your immune system responds to this like it is an actual infection and develops antibodies against it. The antibodies protect you from getting a real infection - usually for life. Some vaccines contain viral particles that have been killed (with heat usually). The pieces of virus that enter your body through the injection also bring about an immune response as if you had a real infection. Neither the pieces, nor the killed viruses can cause infection.

The latest chicken pox vaccines need to be boosted later on as adults since the protection wanes over the years. It's an excellent idea to get the booster, since the virus that causes chicken pox is responsible for shingles in older people - a painful condition that affects the nerves. The vaccine will prime your body to fight off chicken pox infections when you are exposed.

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Are there any side effects from the whooping cough vaccine?


All vaccinations can produce some side effects but you shouldn't expect anything major. The main ones are;

- Pain

- Mild fever

- Swelling at the site of the injection

- Tiredness

- Nausea

- Chills and body aches

Feb 18, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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What are some of the side effects of the flu vaccine?


You may feel some light flu-like symptoms after getting the flu shot. You might feel some aches and pains and cold like symptoms such as a runny nose, cough or sore throat.
But you should bear in mind that the benefits of the vaccine far outweigh the side effects

Feb 18, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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