12 FAQs: The Flu Vaccine
The flu vaccine can cause side effects, but the risk of serious side effects is extremely low. Possible side effects can include chills, feeling tired, headache, a low-grade fever ... likelihood of being hospitalized. When women become pregnant, their ...
Flu season: It’s just around the corner
Flu, the common ... the shot have some soreness, redness or swelling at the injection site; these mild side effects rarely last more than a day or two. About 7.5 percent of people get a headache or low-grade fever which lasts for about one day after ...
Flu jab? It'll be the best £15 you spend this Christmas, say our medical expert
The flu vaccine contains the three common circulating ... associated with pain, redness and swelling at the site. In general the flu jab is well tolerated. The main downside, I think, is that you still have a chance of getting flu.
High-dose flu vaccines ready for seniors
Influenza is not the common cold ... of the regular flu vaccine. But adverse reactions, which are usually mild and temporary, occurred more frequently after the high-dose shot. They include pain, swelling and redness at the injection site, headache ...
Vaccines, Flu & Other Seasonal Ailments: What You Need To Know
Hassoun says while the vaccine situation is certainly fluid worldwide, right now he thinks those who fall ill have nothing to worry about besides seeking treatment – and getting ... and redness at the injection site among people who got the flu shot.