I had it over a year ago. And had a flu shot last November for this years strain.
never have never will. people will argue with me but all these flu shots are making our immune systems weak and sooner or later the flu is going to out due our efforts.
It's combined with the regular flue shot. I had to get it, not by choice. I personally don't agree with getting it. I survived the having the flu, I survived having Swine Flu, I don't need it, but it wasn't my decision. Nightwork, I agree with you partly on that. Our immune systems are built to fight against such things, and with how "clean" or society is trying to become, it is weakening our immune systems, and making illnesses and allergies easier to get. However, younger children and elderly people I do feel should get the vaccines, as their immune systems are not as strong as teen to middle aged people. Also, people with health propblems, causing them to have weak immune systems would benefit from it. But other than that, there is a lot of nonsense about all these bugs and being clean or dirty that's really screwing up the human life style and body systems.
"The bird flu was a lie, the swine flu was a lie,
Why would that even come as a surprise.
The polyo vaccine made you die
It caused cancer and it cost a lot of people their lives."
Quote taken from a Vinnie Paz song titled "End of Days"
I do not visit doctors - I have an immune system.
I have never taken any flu vaccinations. I try to give my body the nutrients it needs to fight off viruses on it's own.
by Simon Cook 10 years ago
I did a quick poll on a Swine Fly vaccine hub, and almost 70% of the people who responded are not getting a shot - OK so it's only out of 19 people so far - but is that representative of the Hub community? I for one won't be - but we're still talking to the doctor's regarding my pregnant daughter!
by Becca Hubbard-Woods 11 years ago
Here's my dilemma. My son's school is offering the swine flu vaccine in mist form for free. I have to sign a permission form before they will give it to him and I'm iffy on whether or not to let him have it. He's 5, by the way. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks ahead of time.
by Ron Montgomery 11 years ago
The WHO, not the rock group, some health agency, has declared a swine flu pandemic. Just to be on the safe side, I would curtail all contact with barnyard animals of any type.
by BJC 11 years ago
This is just info pertaining to the swine flu and the vaccine the government is wanting to mandate.http://www.nvic.org/vaccines-and-diseas … lthinstate
by Destiny Rose 11 years ago
by LiamBean 11 years ago
According to a USA Today article (last paragraph in the link below) the U.S. Government paid for all of the Swine Flu vaccines. Although a clinic can charge to administer it, the vaccine is basically "free" as taxpayers foot the bill for it.Is this socialized medicine? Is it right for...
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