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Flu Shot Cause Diarrhea

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Last Updated: 02 July 2021

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Do you get flu shot? Thats great! Do you get sick after getting flu shot? That is not so great, but here are some reasons as to why this may have happen. According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are four reasons why person who has received flu Vaccine still may get sick. Flu Vaccine only protects against influenza, but there are many other illnesses that circulate, especially during winter months. Many illnesses can have flu like symptoms, but are not in fact influenza, so unfortunately flu Vaccine will not protect you from them. Flu Vaccine takes two weeks for the body to develop immune protection. If you are exposed to the flu within two weeks after getting vaccinate, there is a chance you will become ill with the flu before protective Vaccine takes effect. Flu Vaccine is designed to protect people from specific influenza viruses that are chosen as most common to cause illness. However, vaccine's ability to protect you depends on the closeness of match between vaccine and the flu virus you are exposed to. Learn more about different flu viruses here. It is important to understand that flu Vaccine varies in effectiveness for each and every person. Some people who get flu shot still May get the flu. Factors that affect how well Vaccine works include their age and their health history. For more information, visit the CDC website here. It is a common misconception that flu shot will give you the flu. However, according to the CDC, flu vaccines do not contain active flu virus at all, they are either made with flu Vaccine Virus that has been inactivated and is therefore not infectious, or they are made with flu virus at all. Another important factor to be aware of is that although flu Vaccine will not give you the flu, side effects may include soreness, redness, tenderness and swelling at the site of the shot. It can also cause low-grade headache, fever and muscle aches. If these symptoms do occur, they will happen shortly after you receive your vaccination, and last for no longer than 1-2 days. Lastly, please keep in mind that flu shots do not protect you against stomach flu, which can be described as vomiting, nausea, and diarrhea. These symptoms can be associated with the flu, however they can also be associated with many different viruses, bacteria, and parasites. Influenza is respiratory, not intestinal or stomach disease. We encourage you to get flu shot if you have already, although it is not guarantee to prevent you from getting sick this winter, it does greatly increase your chances of staying healthy! Please visit any of our six UNI locations if you would like to get a flu shot, or if you have experienced any flu-like symptoms. No appointment needed walk-in, get evaluate, and feel better! This information is not a substitute for medical advice nor is it intended as such.

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SIDE EFFECTS

Usually, any side effects you might get from flu Vaccine go away on their own within a day or twobut you dont have to tough it out if you really feel run down. Try these self-care measures to feel better ASAP: for muscle aches, headache, or flu-like symptoms, take pain reliever, such as Tylenol or ibuprofen. For arm Pain After flu shot, apply cool compress. The same goes for side effects of nasal flu Vaccine. Treatment is based on persons symptoms, Dr. Kemmerly say. All in all, minor aches are a small price to pay for the vast protection flu Vaccine provides for both you and those around you. Support from readers like you helps US do our best work. Go here to subscribe to Prevention and get 12 FREE gifts. And sign up for our FREE newsletter here for daily health, nutrition, and fitness advice.

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People With Chronic Conditions

While people with chronic health conditions are at greater risk of complications from Flu, they are at no greater risk for side effects from Flu shot. Nasal spray, on other hand, is not recommended for certain individuals. The CDC highly recommends annual flu shot for those who are at higher risk of complications from Influenza, which includes people with: asthma, Diabetes, heart disease, Sickle cell disease, Kidney or liver disease neurologic or neuromuscular disorders metabolic disorders weaken immune system due to diseases such as HIV, AIDS, and certain cancers, or immune-suppressing medications, such as chemotherapy, radiation treatment, or corticosteroids injectable Influenza vaccines have long, establish safety record in People With Diabetes, asthma, cancer, Heart disease, compromise immunity, and other chronic health conditions. LAIV nasal spray Vaccine is not recommended for people with chronic health conditions. Nasal spray contains a weakened form of the live Influenza virus and should not be used in people with weakened immune systems. People with asthma are at increased risk for wheezing after getting nasal spray Flu Vaccine, and children 2 to 4 years old who have asthma or who have had a history of wheezing in the past 12 months should not get nasal spray Vaccine.

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Vaccine Safety and Autism

Wakefield et al claim that Autism is the result of gastrointestinal abnormality, yet autistic symptoms predate Report gastrointestinal disturbance. Because no Control Group exist, Report ileonodular hyperplasia is considered to be variant of normal. Leaky gut hypotheses have suggest that differences in gut permeability lead to opioid excess and, thus, neuropsychiatric abnormalities, as well as causing malabsorption and metabolic abnormalities such as methylmalonic aciduria. Although DEufemia et al have also discussed leaky guts in Autism, there is no further data to support the impact of leaky gut on behavioural abnormalities. There is also no evidence for Wakefields ' previous claims about measles linked to inflammatory bowel disease that caused years of concern for that population until failure of replication refutes his claims. There are conflicting reports of measles virus nucleocapsid RNA being present in intestinal tissue in individuals with Autism and IBD. Measles nucleocapsid RNA has also been found in individuals with neither Autism nor IBD. It may be that human tissue antigen cross-reacting with measles antigen results from inflammation with a variety of causes, not just atypical response to measles. Presence of virus in affected tissue does not imply causal association with disorder, and Wakefield has not produced convincing evidence that MMR versus monovalent Vaccine strains of measles induce intestinal pathology. There is, on the other hand, some evidence that gastrointestinal problems exist in Autism. Horvath has described chronic inflammation in the esophagus, stomach and duodenum of children with chronic diarrhea, reflux and Autism. Kagan-Kushnir et al found increased incidence of reflux and diarrhea in children with Autism compared with nonaffected siblings. Taylor et al Report significant gastrointestinal problems in children with Autism, apparently more likely in regressive type. These gastrointestinal problems were not more frequent in Group WHO receive MMR than those in Group WHO did not receive MMR before its introduction in 1988. The connection between these gastrointestinal abnormalities and behavioural symptoms needs more exploration, but does not appear to be related to immunization. A number of studies have suggest underlying immunological abnormalities in Autism, ranging from decreased cellular immune function, increased immunoglobulin E and increased autoantibody production. Singh et al as well as Gupta et al suggest that immune abnormalities in Autism could cause vulnerability to MMR Vaccine and precipitate autistic regression. They describe a genetic association with Autism linked to null allele Of complement C4b gene in the class III region of the major histocompatibility complex. Evidence supporting differing vulnerability to any type of infection, or specifically measles infection due to different immune status in families with history of Autism, has not been find. Wakefield suggests that monovalent Vaccines may pose less challenge to the vulnerable immune system, although no data exists to support this hypothesis. Because the majority of Vaccine Safety Data relates to MMR, it is difficult to find evidence relating to the following questions. Is it physiologically more natural to spread out exposure to antigens?


Types of Routinely Administered Vaccines for Children

There are two different types of meningococcal Vaccines. One type protects against four groups of meningococcal bacteria called groups, C, W-135, and Y. FDA has approved two Vaccines of this type. The other type protects against meningococcal bacterium called group B. FDA has also approved two meningococcal group B Vaccines, but they are only recommended for routine use in certain high-risk groups. Brand Names: Bexsero, Menactra, Menveo, and Trumenba What it's for: Prevents certain types of meningococcal disease, life-threatening illness caused by bacteria Neisseria meningitidis that infect the bloodstream and lining that surround the brain and spinal cord. Neisseria meningitidis is the leading cause of meningitis in young children. Even with appropriate antibiotics and intensive care, between 10 and 15 percent of people who develop meningococcal disease die from infection. Another 10 to 20 percent suffer complications such as brain damage or loss of limb or hearing. Bexsero and Trumenba are approved for use in those 10 through 25 years of age to prevent invasive meningococcal disease caused by N. Meningitidis serogroup B. Menactra and Menveo prevent meningococcal disease caused by N. Meningitidis serogroups, C, Y and W-135. Menactra is approved for use in those 9 months through 55 years of age. Menveo is approved for use in those 2 months through 55 years of age. Common Side Effects may include: Tenderness, Pain, redness and swelling at injection site, irritability, headache, Fever, tiredness, chills, diarrhea and loss of appetite for short while. Tell your healthcare provider beforehand if: child is moderately or severely ill, has had severe allergic reaction to previous dose of meningococcal vaccine, or has known sensitivity to vaccine components.

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Common Flu Nasal Spray Reactions

To avoid needles, some parents opt for FluMist Nasal spray for their child. Introduce in 2003, FluMist Vaccine is approved for use in people aged 2 to 49. However, it is not used during flu seasons when it doesn't contain strains of influenza that are predicted to be circulating that year. \ While fast and easy to administer, spray does have a number of possible side effects, such as: cough or sore throat General malaise Headache Low-grade fever Muscle aches Nasal congestion Runny nose Children should not be given FluMist Vaccine if they are allergic to eggs or gelatin. As with flu shot, neither children nor teens should be given aspirin to treat fever.

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Are flu vaccines safe?

Studies show flu vaccines are safe for women at any stage of pregnancy, CDC say. There are several reasons why it's important for pregnant women to get flu shot, Schaffner say. Pregnant women, when they get influenza, have a tendency to get more severe disease, and are at increased risk for complications and hospitalization from disease, Schaffner say. In addition, flu vaccination in pregnancy helps to protect baby against flu during the first six months of life, when the baby is too young to receive flu shot, Schaffner say. The mother passes that protection on to her newborn baby, Schaffner say.

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Is flu illness serious?

No, flu vaccines cannot cause flu illness. Flu vaccines give with needle are made with either inactivated viruses, or with only a single protein from flu virus. Nasal spray Vaccine contains live viruses that are attenuated so that they will not cause illness. No. Flu can be a serious disease, particularly among young children, older adults, and people with certain chronic health conditions, such as asthma, heart disease or diabetes. Any flu infection can carry risk of serious complications, hospitalization or death, even among otherwise healthy children and adults. Therefore, getting vaccinated is a safer choice than risking illness to obtain immune protection. Yes. The CDC recommends yearly Flu Vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older with rare exception. The reason for this is that persons immune protection from vaccination declines over time, so annual vaccination is needed to get optimal or best protection against flu. Additionally, flu viruses are constantly changing, so Vaccine composition is reviewed each year and updated as needed based on which Influenza Viruses are making people sick. Some people report having mild side effects after Flu Vaccination. The most common side effects from flu shots are soreness, redness, tenderness or swelling when shot was give. Low-grade fever, headache and muscle aches also may occur. If these reactions occur, they usually begin soon after vaccination and last 1-2 days. In randomized, blinded studies, where some people get inactivated flu shots and others get salt-water shots, only differences in symptoms were increased soreness in the arm and redness at the injection site among people who get Flu shoot. There were no differences in terms of body aches, fever, cough, runny nose or sore throat. Side effects from nasal spray Flu Vaccine May include: runny nose, wheezing, headache, vomiting, muscle aches, fever, sore throat and cough. If these problems occur, they usually begin soon after Vaccination and are mild and short-live. The most common reactions people have to Flu vaccines are considerably less severe than symptoms caused by actual Flu illness. Carolyn Bridge et al. Effectiveness and cost-benefit of Influenza Vaccination of healthy working adults: randomized control trial external icon. Serious allergic reactions to Flu vaccines are very rare. If they do occur, it is usually within a few minutes to a few hours after vaccination. While these reactions can be life-threatening, effective treatments are available. There are several reasons why someone might get Flu symptoms, even after they have been vaccinated against the flu. One reason is that some people can become ill from other Respiratory Viruses besides Flu such as rhinoviruses, which are associated with common cold, cause symptoms similar to Flu, and also spread and cause illness during Flu Season. Flu Vaccine only protects against flu, not other illnesses. Another explanation is that it is possible to be exposed to Flu Viruses, which cause Flu, shortly before getting vaccinated or during the two-week period after vaccination that it takes body to develop immune protection.

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