Flu jab concerns

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When the dead virus enters your system, the body must react to it as an unwelcome "invader".

All we hear is that it cannot give you the flu. It is, however, designed to create antibodies and I still have concerns that this defense mechanism can and does create many severe and unpleasant flu like symptoms in many people.

These concerns seem to be dismissed lightly, so OK it does not give you the flu exactly but does your body know that.

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    its not the actual full version of the virus. they take whatever they predict from previous year. say strain a and b and few others. then they weaken it and combine with other ingredients. therefore is you are exposed to one of those strains after the shot ur body will react like it has been there already. 85 percent of people have no reaction to the shot because it is weakened. the people that do have a reaction get mild flu like symptoms meaning mild fever for a day or so, aches. nothing longer then a day or so. if you research you will understand it more. flu is starting early this year so i advise get the shot. hope that helps

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      Points taken but I have spent, as have others I know, quite a few days of painful joints and muscles, disabling headaches and fever.

      I have worked as a Radiographer for 48 years and have listened to many a patient's experience after the jab. There would be 0% adverse symptoms if the body saw it as "always having been there" and 0% antibodies created for the same reason.

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