Had my free flu-jab this week and as it was my first time the nurse gave me the leaflet of possible problems.
When I asked around about Flu-jab reactions my BiL (who is a patient at the same doctors group) said that once - only a couple of years ago - they used to give the jab and ask people to wait in the waiting room for 10 minutes to make sure there was no serious reaction. This year with Covid and the reluctance to even allow people into the Health Centre at all, it was a case of walk in, stand where told - in the corridor OUTSIDE the nurses room, get jabbed and walk straight out of the back door - so as not to meet people queueing outside.
Do you read the leaflets of contraindications that are always in with
medications? I'm guessing most people don't, especially if it's
something that you've taken before. I've read the leaflet above and so far haven't noticed anything listed or not listed............Thank Goodness.