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 Where do they give the swine flu shot?

Answer It is given intramuscularly (in the muscle) of the upper arm in adults and in the thigh in small children.
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Would you give your child, "The Swine Flu Shot Knowing it is linked to Killer Nerve Disease". Would you?

though long read this..it scared me what I learned in answering this question (found when discussing the polio vaccine and its link to the majority of cancers)..is it the smoking gun?They are too o... Read More »
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If you get a swine flu shot will the swine flu disappear in a week?

The swine flu shot is used to prevent the flu, not to treat the flu if you already have it. To treat the flu, antiviral medications are more likely to be prescribed, such as Tamiflu.
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If you get the swine flu shot can you carry the swine flu?

If you are asking if the flu shot will give you the flu so you then can give it to others, then the answer is no. Flu shots are made from viruses that have been changed to be ineffective at causing... Read More »
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How long after the flu shot can you get the swine flu shot?

In the US for the 2010-2011 flu season, the vaccination will contain vaccines for the H1N1/09 Swine flu along with the other two flu viruses expected to be circulating. So only one flu shot will be... Read More »
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