If it wasn't for ITU beds now, we would probably still have a lot more deaths of this nature.
Anecdotally, I used to feel really sick when I first started getting flu jabs, super sore arm as well. Now that I have had so many flu jabs, I have to push on the injection site to even notice that I have even had a jab.
'really sick' meaning what?
so, you reckon if someone cares enough to get the vaccine, but has a bad reaction, that they should actually be more, not less, willing to get the vaccine again in subsequent years, in order to make their immune system as competent against flu viruses as someone who feels ok afterwards?
...kinda makes me curious to get one
I've only had crazy chills/fever/etc. once in my life. it sucked, but it was also only like a day or two.
googling before making this thread I found the CDC page about a 'nose spray' vaccine, and it said something about colder conditions and your nose making it easier to get an infection. ...with winter approaching, here, and being a cyclist, would I be more at risk than other people of getting a cold or the flu?