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Also that seems to be for the US guys, if there is a UK version I'd be interested - remember it's not just the americanisms that will be different - medical terms do vary also.
My wife spoke of some of the things that I have been reading on here and on theflucase site and her nurse friend took the high ground and called my paranoid
By presenting the "Individual" who is about to inoculate my child with a form asking him to be accountable for his actions the individual may be a little more responsible and investigate .
The side effects from 2009 H1N1 flu shots are expected to be like those from seasonal flu shots. The most common side effects after flu shots are mild, such as being sore and tender and/or red and swollen where the shot was given. Some people might have headache, muscle aches, fever, and nausea or feel tired. If these problems happen, they usually begin soon after the shot and may last as long as 1-2 days. Some people may faint after getting any shot. Sometimes, flu shots can cause serious problems like severe allergic reactions. But, life-threatening allergic reactions to vaccines are very rare. A person who has a severe (life-threatening) allergy to eggs or to anything else in the vaccine should not get the shot, even if she is pregnant. Pregnant women should tell the person giving the shots if they have any severe allergies or if they have ever had a severe allergic reaction following a flu shot.
One addition I'd possibly make to the form is a question on any gifts or payments from the vaccine manufacturer made to the physician or his/her practice. Are there any financial incentives or rewards for the physician to use this particular vaccine?