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  1. Maryann says:

    Feb 27, 2012 As with all vaccines, adenovirus vaccine will continue to be monitored for As with any vaccine, other severe problems have been reported. You can reduce fever and pain by giving your child an aspirin-free pain reliever . flu vaccine and pnemococcal vaccine (PCV13) at the same time appear to be at

  2. Danita says:

    In general, most vaccinations can be given together. There are a few specific interactions – for example you want to avoid taking the oral typhoid vaccine with some types of anti-malaria tablets. Taking many jabs together may increase the chances of adverse reactions (fever, headache, etc) but most people only experience minor side effects. Many of these vaccines require several doses and only become fully effective 1-2 weeks after the last dose. You want to start your jabs as soon as you know your travel plans. If you have time to spread things out – by all means do so – but if you travelling shortly – follow your GPs advise. The side effects of the vaccines are much milder than the diseases themselves.

  3. Reynalda says:

    to Costa Rica, how much should this run me? I live in California. I know it will be like 15.00 there but I would like to take it here. Anyone know?

  4. Bettyann says:

    n. A vaccine containing a live attenuated strain of yellow fever virus that has been grown in embryonate fowl eggs, used to immunize against yellow fever. More:http://www.answers.com/topic/yellow-fever-vaccine

  5. Melia says:

    Edward Jenner invented the yellow fever vaccine. More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Yellow_fever_vaccine_inventer

  6. Evon says:

    Two vaccines protect against Japanese Encephalitis, Ixiaro and JE-Vax. Yellow Fever Some people who get typhoid become “carriers,” who can spread the disease percent effective and is not a substitute for being careful about what you eat or drink. Either vaccine may be given at the same time as other vaccines.

  7. Crystal says:

    While no vaccinations are required for travel in Peru, it's a good idea to make The typhoid vaccine is taken orally in two doses, so make sure you leave time for the Yellow fever outbreaks come on suddenly, and if you can't produce proof that One of the western hemisphere's most popular tourist destinations before the Detail:http://www.ehow.com/way_5144989_vaccinations-needed-travel-peru.html

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