As we head into the new year, I have a message for you.
I’m not a doctor, but I’m sure it’s pretty common to hear about some patients who get a fever after their vaccinations, even if they have not been diagnosed with a fever or a cold.
That’s not surprising, because it’s a fairly common response to getting vaccinated.
I’ve seen patients get sick after having their flu shots, too.
They just don’t know it yet.
They’re just excited.
I don’t think you should be concerned.
But I do know that you should feel a little less confident about getting vaccinated, even after you’ve had a good flu shot.
The good news is that the vaccine is going to help you stay healthy.
But it’s also going to give you some bad news.
A lot of people get a bad flu shot and start feeling flu-like symptoms.
In fact, I’ve personally seen many people with the flu who started out feeling better after the vaccine but didn’t stay well enough for the next year or two.
I can’t tell you how many people I’ve heard from who’ve felt really ill and had a fever for the whole year, and then went back to feeling better the next day.
It’s not uncommon for these symptoms to get worse.
That can make it difficult for people to stay healthy, especially if they’ve been vaccinated.
In addition to the virus, you may also have an allergic reaction to the vaccine.
That reaction can cause you to get a cold or sore throat, or to have trouble breathing, especially when you get the flu.
There are many different types of vaccine reactions, so you may experience other symptoms, too, but you can’t completely exclude the possibility that you have a vaccine reaction.
It is worth noting that most of the reactions are mild, and that many of them go away after you’re vaccinated.
If you’ve been exposed to a vaccine-preventable illness before, your immune system is primed to fight it off.
You will recover from these reactions relatively quickly.
But if you have been exposed again, your body will be more resistant.
For example, if you had a severe allergic reaction before getting your flu shot, you’ll be more likely to experience severe reactions when you start the vaccine again.
So, if this sounds like you, don’t panic.
The best way to protect yourself is to stay in good physical shape, even though you’ve got a shot to protect you.
You can follow the CDC’s vaccine guidelines to stay well and stay healthy and to get the vaccine safely.