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 Very sick.. Please what are my symptoms showing?
Im sooo cold, im shivering but I have a fever of 101. I have a very soar throat, and bad cough. My chest is killing me from choughing so much. I ache so badly ever where and me head hurts very badly. ...


 i think i have the swine flu i got back from mexico a couple of days ago, am i going to die :( ?
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 Did I get Swine Flu While I was in Washington, DC?!?!?!?
I just came back from my trip to Washington DC and unfortunately my friends and I had to walk in the rain without any warm jackets. The next day I got a runny nose and a slight cough/sore throat. I ...


 I'm so sick what is wrong with me?
I have a fever,headache, bodyaches,runny nose, cough, my throat feels bruised, having hard time talking,vomiting bile and have diahrrea....


 what do u think of swine flu ?
and did u know that in Ireland they plan to vaccinate every one by Autumn ?...


 can anything stop you getting the flu bug,thats going around?
especially when you have been around people that have it....


 Do anyone know if you can get hiv through saliva?
can you get hiv from smoking (cigarettes) after someone?...


 Other than, HIV,hep b, & hep c what othe illnesses caan be caused through drug abuse?
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 SWINE FLU- IN THE UK?
do you think that there will be loads of deaths?
what do you think?...


 what are the symptoms of swine flu?
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 Ok, now that it's that time of year.... Why do we get sick more easily in the winter?
I know that one reason is because we're inside more, and therefore around people more so some diseases spread more easily. However, it seems being out in the cold leads to me being sick as well....


 Can you go back to school after having the flu for 4 days?
I feel all better, and tomorrow it would be 48 hours from having my fever. DO you think thats ok? Will I still be contagious even if I'm not coughing to sneezing or don't have any symptoms? ...


 is by donation of blood hiv not spread?
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 could it be the flu or just really bad cold pleasee answer !?
A few days ago I was really stuffed up but I felt fine otherwise but then yesterday morning when I got up I felt really achy and when I got up dizzy and stuffed up throughout the whole day until ...


 bladder infection?[i am a girl]?
ik that my picture shows a guy, but i am indeed a girl, who happens to love the name Jimmy.[notice the name to go with my guy pic] anyway, about two days ago, i recently began noticing that it hurt ...


 PLEASE HELP ME !!!!!!!!!!!! I MIGHT DIE/GET SWINE FLU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?
I went to the gas station, I touched the handle to open the door and went out. When i got home i just splashed my hands in some water and wiped it on a towel. Then i walked away then an hour later i ...


 What are the Swine Flu symptoms?
I have felt horrid the past couple of days, I think its just pollen making me like this, but I cant be sure. I mean, usually I can go to class when I'm sick, but so far me going to summer ...


 is there any alternative medicine for strep throat? i literally can not handle the idea of medicine?
i absolutely refuse to take medicine. and don't tell me get over it because that's not the answer i'm looking for. does anyone have any home remedies for killing the bacteria from ...


 Who has a cold / flu ?
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 is it true that you can only get mono once?
i know if you dont rest up enough you can relapse or whatever, but can you completly get rid of it and then get it back again? just wondering.......



boo boo
should i have the swine flu vaccine i am 37 weeks pregnant?
im 37 weeks pregnant and healthy, should i have the swine flu vaccine? i don't get the flu vaccine any other time. has anyone else had it?
                      








Jazz
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I believe the vaccine are those who show symptoms and/or over 65years old. If you are perfectly healthy, then there is no need to get one.

Talk to your GP if you really feel you need to get one because of your baby.


Craig C
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No and No.

The planet is on red alert over the outbreak in Ukraine which hundreds of scientists saying that history is repeating itself (referring to 1918 pandemic). This strain is believed to be a dangerously mutated strain of swine flu. Scientists say that this new strain could spread across the planet in as little as a month. Be prepared for the worse. if you have any plans in place for an emergency health situation, activate it now.


Astro
I WOULD NOT recommend the flu shot to anyone. Those vaccines are poision they have mercury in them. Mercury is a poison and there has been cases where people have develop neurological diseases that can never be cured just because of simple flu shot or have become paralysed from it.


Jaime
The only reason I am not getting it is because a four year old near my area took the vaccine and a week later (maybe right after), she got sick. Her mother took her to the doctor and the doctor said that it was just oral. She was still sick, so her mother took her to the doctor again and the doctor once again said that it was oral. Her mother wasn't satisfied with this so she took her to the Harrisburg hospital and she had apparently had 2 strokes and 2 mini-strokes. Now, she can't breathe, walk or talk and she hasn't smiled for a month.


Mrs C
It's a very personal choice. I'm 36 weeks and am not going to have it. It's been rushed and not thoroughly tested, they think it's safe but that's not good enough for me. If anything happens to me, they can get my son out quickly.

I'm following all the advice about hygiene, avoiding crowded areas etc and hoping I don't catch it! Speak to your doctor, and keep up to date on the internet. But it speaks volumes to me that 60% of doctors don't want to have the jab even though it's free and they're in the priority group.


doc_holliday1863
My family Doctor told me not to get it and that goes for the rest of my family aswell.


Odile
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Yes, the injectable h1n1 vaccine is recommended for pregnant women because pregnant women are 5 times more likely to die from complications of h1n1 than the general population. It will protect you and your baby (antibodies you make will benefit your baby).

Women delivering during influenza season should also get seasonal flu vaccine (this is not a new recommendation) to protect themselves and their babies. (Babies under six months old are not eligible for the vaccine.)

Both vaccines are safe and effective for pregnant women.

Best wishes.


Adam Lambert Fan
It's up to you, but doctors advise your group and people who have underlying medical conditions to get it. When you're pregnant, your immune system is taxed, so you're more likely to be hospitalized if you get swine flu cause your body may not be able to fight it off as quickly and you can secondary complications like pnuemonia. So if I were you, I would rather be safe than sorry, but again, it's totally up to you. Congrats on your upcoming baby.


~*Tiff*~
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Please don't. I am attatching a link, the statistics are staggering. Since the vaccine's introduction, there have been hundreds of miscarriages due to this virtually untested vaccine.

http://organichealthadviser.com/archives/an-avalanche-of-reports-of-adverse-reactions-to-the-h1n1-swine-flu-vaccine-and-yet-world-health-authorities-continue-to-insist-that-it-is-safe

http://organichealthadviser.com/archives/shocking-h1n1-swine-flu-vaccine-miscarriage-stores-from-pregnant-women-tell-your-doctors-that-vaccines-and-pregnancy-do-not-mix


Ray L
It really is better to consult with your GP or Practise nurse, although well intentioned answers on here can be misleading and sometimes totally wrong.


Cola
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It's recommended especially for pregnant women, because H1N1 has a high rate of serious complications for pregnant women. It's not quite as mundane a disease as typical flu. But if you aren't paranoid about vaccinations there is good reason for you to get this one. (Also, if you get vaccinated, you'll pass your antibodies along to your baby which will help protect it after birth.)


Lisa
Odile, you wrote, "Both vaccines are safe and effective for pregnant women."

That's not what the vaccine manufacturers say in the vaccine package inserts.

http://www.fda.gov/downloads/BiologicsBloodVaccines/Vaccines/ApprovedProducts/UCM190377.pdf

"Safety and effectiveness of Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine have not been established in pregnant women, nursing mothers, and children." (page 1)

"Animal reproduction studies have not been conducted with Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine or FLULAVAL. It is also not known whether these vaccines can cause fetal harm when administered to a pregnant woman or can affect reproduction capacity." (page 8)

All the brands say the same thing. Here's a link to the package inserts for the other brands of H1N1 vaccine.
http://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/Vaccines/ApprovedProducts/ucm181950.htm

And for all the brands of the seasonal flu vaccine:
http://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/Vaccines/ApprovedProducts/ucm094045.htm


MamaBas
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If it's any help, on the sheet we received yesterday, with an invitation to take this up, it says

"The groups of people who are most vulnerable to serious illness as a result of swine flu are being offered the vaccine first. Based on the current evidence (from the UK and elsewhere), the highest rates for severe disease are in:
1. People with underlying health conditions and
2. Pregnant women."

Like us, I guess you have to make your own mind up, by being informed ................ good luck!!!

Still thinking about this.


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