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    Quote Originally Posted by Annabella View Post

    Does anyone have a link to what adults should/shouldn't have?
    http://www.ncirs.edu.au/immunisation...-June-2012.pdf

    Would be good to see a thread with the adult recommendations to see a more detailed poll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    I have not had the cervical cancer vaccine, and don't get the flu shot, but up to date with everything else, or had them as a child.
    This!

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    yes, we have both had every vaxx on the schedules, as well as hep a/b, typhoid, cholera, dh has had smallpox vaxx, and ive had 1 strain of dengue fever, but am not vaxxed against the others.

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    No idea. I would assume I'm not - I haven't had a baby since they started offering the Whooping Cough one to adults, so I never got that one. My most recent was the MMR when DD was a baby.

    I actually think I'm not vaccinated for the TB and whatever else they gave with that one... I deliberately wagged school that day to avoid getting shot (and hid the consent form from my mother so she didn't know). So whatever you got immunised against then, I wasn't immunised for.

    I was also never immunised for chicken pox as that wasn't available (as far as I know) when I was little, and was actually deliberately given chicken pox when I was 6.

    ETA - I have no intention to ever get gardasil, and no intention to be vaccinated against the flu either (though I might get the flu shot if I had a sickly child or was old and getting the flu would prove dangerous to myself or someone close to me).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    No idea. I would assume I'm not - I haven't had a baby since they started offering the Whooping Cough one to adults, so I never got that one. My most recent was the MMR when DD was a baby.

    I actually think I'm not vaccinated for the TB and whatever else they gave with that one... I deliberately wagged school that day to avoid getting shot (and hid the consent form from my mother so she didn't know). So whatever you got immunised against then, I wasn't immunised for.

    I was also never immunised for chicken pox as that wasn't available (as far as I know) when I was little, and was actually deliberately given chicken pox when I was 6.

    ETA - I have no intention to ever get gardasil, and no intention to be vaccinated against the flu either (though I might get the flu shot if I had a sickly child or was old and getting the flu would prove dangerous to myself or someone close to me).
    You may want to look at getting the WC one since its on the rise in many areas.

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    I had the whooping cough one and ended up with it later that year, it was so unfair lol. But I was due for a booster a little while before I actually had it.

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    I'm not - the last one I had was the MMR in high school. And I won't be getting any others

    DP is fully vaccinated except for
    Flu shot. She needs to be as she is a RN and midwife

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    Yep I am, DP is not but has had boostrix & hep b recently.


 

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