Can you catch chicken pox if you have been vaccinated?

Answer After a chicken pox vaccination, it is still possible to catch the virus. After one dose of the vaccination, there is a 15 to 20 percent chance of catching chicken pox after being exposed to it. Af... Read More »

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Can a vaccinated person still catch the swine flu?

no because a vaccine is weakened germs of that virus. your immune system fights the weakened germs then it can fight the stronger ones

Can you still catch a disease after being vaccinated for it?

Yes, but not as bad as if you caught the actual disease. Vaccination is an injection of the disease you wish not to catch. This is done so your body will develop the needed, reactive antibodies to... Read More »

If you have been fingered can you catch something if so what?

Whatever microorganism is on the fingers or under the nails can gain a foothold and cause an infection, most likely nonspecific bacterial vaginitis.The vagina is a self-cleaning "shielded" area. T... Read More »

Can I still be a carrier for H1N1 if I've been vaccinated?

Extremely unlikely. The nasal version is about 92% effective, the injected probably better. Here is what the CDC website says, the link is below:How effective is the nasal-spray seasonal flu vacc... Read More »