Vaccinations?

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  1. cornman33

    cornman33 Enthusiast Registered Member

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    Are all of you vaccinated against Hepatitis A and/or B and Typhoid?

    Is it just an over-protection thing that all the sites say you need to be in cancun?
     
  2. EngineerGuy

    EngineerGuy I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    you dont need anything at all!
     
  3. whdream

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    Well I wouldn't say you don't need anything jason. That isn't correct

    You woud be best to Check out your recommended Government Health sites. Although it's not really needed they sometiems do recommend some vaccines. But some do take in stages so you may not have time to get all done before you travel
     
  4. EngineerGuy

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    Some pepto and immodium ad always does the trick for me down there!!
     
  5. whdream

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    Yeah that is for hang overs and the poops. Not for other stuff you can contract down there..
     
  6. Currrrvy-on-crack

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    Hep A and B can be contracted by eating an infected ice cube, ...probably very little chance, but still it is possible. Scary stuff!
     
  7. Zackman

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    "Hepatitis C is a liver disease caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV), which is found in the blood of persons who have this disease. HCV is spread by contact with the blood of an infected person."

    Note-to-self: Stay away from Tommy Lee and Pam Anderson!
     
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