Should Pregnant Women get the Flu Shot? | Ask the Expert: Dr. Corle, OB/Gyn with Utica Park Clinic

 

ask the expertQuestion:

Should pregnant women get the flu shot?

 

Answer:

It is recommended that all pregnant women get the flu shot during flu season (October-March).  To be clear, a pregnant woman should only get the intramuscular injection form of the vaccine (the standard flu shot) not the intranasal form, as it contains a live virus.  If you are allergic to eggs or had a previous reaction to the flu vaccine, then unfortunately you cannot get it.  As always speak to your doctor to make sure you are current on all of your needed vaccines.

 

 

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Dr. Aldon Corle, Jr., OB/Gyn

Utica Park Clinic – Owasso

10512 N. 110th East Ave., Suite 200

Owasso, OK  74055

918.376.8450

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