You are getting a flu shot with the latest mutations of the virus. Your body learns how to battle those viruses by creating antibodies and you become "immune" against them.
The Influenza virus is one of the most quick mutating virus on earth (same is valid for common cold).
Because of this - there is no guarantee you are immune to all mutations. There is always risk of a new mutation spreading like pestilence.
And you know - it takes only one sneeze around you to get infected.
Me - I am oposing this kind of shot.
The flu takes a week to battle by a strong healthy person. Why should I poison myself with a shot filled with dormant half-dead viruses (killed with mercury)?
Tea, hot soup and some rest will do the job just fine. You only need to be aware for complications.
by sannyasinman 8 years ago
Uninformed people in many parts of the world are still being vaccinated against H1N1 swine flu, despite mounting evidence that the vaccine does not work, that the whole "pandemic" was a hoax, and that the vaccine is more dangerous than the virus. And beware, the H1N1 vaccine is now often...
by Kalafina 4 years ago
Every winter season the doctor asks/tells me to 'get a flu shot.' This got me to thinking...How many of us actually got ours?
by Stacie L 6 years ago
This is distressing news; the flu is in 47 states and I managed to evade the nasty bug!How's everyone doing? Are there many people suffering with this in your area?Do you have any advice to avoid it or keep it at bay?Keeping my fingers crossed!
by BlissfulWriter 6 years ago
Will you be taking the flu shot?
by Mousey 9 years ago
Will you take your kid for a swine flu shot?
by Audrey Hunt 2 years ago
Six days after allowing my Doctor to talk me in to a flu shot guess what happened? That's right. I came down with the flu. I've heard that if this happens it means we already have the virus and the shot just accelerates the process. Doctor warned me that because of my age I...
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