Can you catch swine flu from a baby?

Answer The baby would be more likely to get it from you, especially if they are under six months old, since they can not take vaccines for influenza until after that age. But the answer is yes, they can g... Read More »

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If a woman is pregnant and she has the swine flu will the baby inside of her catch the swine flu too?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US have released information for pregnant and breastfeeding women, a link is provided below in the related links section. It is as yet unknown... Read More »

What happens when you catch the Swine Flu?

Yes. It was first made when Edward Jenner injected the cowpox virus into individuals in 1796, which worked because the diseases are in the same family and close enough to trick the immune system. I... Read More »

Can you catch the swine flu again once you have had it?

The only way to catch the same H1N1 flu over again is if it is a different ( or mutated ) form of the virus. Most people misunderstand this point and think they are getting the same flu over again,... Read More »

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