I hope everyone is feeling on the up today,
those who are not take care, and make a list of one or two things you would like to achieve tomorrow.
I see that some have had their flu jabs, I hope it keeps you well and safe.
I though am very fed up with the medical profession!
I posted about an egg free vaccine back in September , I was feeling positive that it would help me!! I did the work with the Pharmacy Medicines Helpline. They assured me that there was one called OPTAFLU by NOVARTIS great I thought but my GP could not find it.
Several weeks later I had a call from the surgery and they said they have one called PREFLUCELL. Great again.
It was sent round to my local pharmacy who deliver my meds,,I heard nothing. My husband had to call in there on Friday for emergency antibiotics for another water infection,( 5th this year) the tablets were handed over to him along with the prescription for the jab,, guess what? They could not get that one, although the doctors had phoned Boots not my pharmacy!!
So Monday back on to the doctor, well the receptionist( who is very good) she made a note for him after surgery.
I get a call from my doctors yesterday to say they have found another one, GREAT, I say.
The name of this one is VIRAFLU so I googled it, as you do!
Well the nearest I got to finding what it was,( which was very little) Is that it is used by, (Don't laugh) vets. (I heard you)
Now I know I can be bit of a moo sometimes on my off days but still,,,
I dont think I will bother,
I have the pnuemonia jab still in my fridge, that is supposed to be safe for me.
I do realise that a vaccine was created for chickenpox from cowpox, and I hope all the cattle are safe from flu this year! but I just dont know what to do? Alli Goddard if you are reading this let know how you got on.
I have managed for forty years without one (I was given one at work when I was twenty)
My arm swelled very badly and bled I then had a very serious flu and asthma attack. I was told six days later, never to have the flu jab.
I worked in a infant school for eighteen years so built up a pretty strong immune system.
Ps. My poodle needs her yearly jab, I think I might ask if he can help me out as well!! Plus he is a very good looking Italian.
Sorry for going on about this I realise that it is only a few of us who can't take the normal one.
Well that's my stress out for now. Always look on the bright side of life, says krayzee lady.
Hope everyone has a good day