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Flu Jabs for £8.00 only @ASDA Pharmacy!

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Flu jabs @£8 quid at your local ASDA Pharmacy.
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#1
My doctor allows you to opt for a jab for the price of a prescription.
suspended#2
Free for me in Wales over 60
#3
Or free at your doctors if you really need one!
#4
and if you don't nned one why pay £8???? very cold or is that fluey??
#5
£8 is better then spending £20 at the chemist and maybe losing a days work if you do catch it and not to forget the suffering that goes with it..

Hot from me..
#6
Free for anyone that needs one in NI
#7
I will definatly be having one this year, being self employed i had to take a few weeks of last year due to the flu and had to cancel a holiday so worth it for me.


Any idea when their avaliable?.

Believe this years will include the swine flu strain as well.
1 Like #8
Well worth it to avoid man-flu especially, which we all know is a killer ;-)
#9
NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, EVERY HEARD OF IT?
#10
skellaway
Well worth it to avoid man-flu especially, which we all know is a killer ;-)


Good point, well made..:)
#11
Good price because you can't always get one if you are under 60. I never got one last year because of the waiting list for them.
#12
goos price and well worth having, most people cant get these free and much better than days off work and rip off prices of cold and flu medicine
banned#13
craig guy
NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, EVERY HEARD OF IT?

only giving it to at risk groups
The benefits of this to ordinary people are debatable- I had swine flu last year and didnt suffer much.
#14
Mascherano
craig guy
NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, EVERY HEARD OF IT?

only giving it to at risk groups
The benefits of this to ordinary people are debatable- I had swine flu last year and didnt suffer much.


Training to be GP at moment. I very much agree with this statement.
It is a brilliant idea for those that don't fall under the high risk category to have the oppurtunity to pay for the vaccine. High risk are those over 65 or who have a chronic illness (diabetes/copd etc).
Giving them the vaccine offers the best cost:benefit ratio as without it, they're more likely to require hospital admission and treatment and thus cost the most to treat. If average jo gets flu - he puts his feet up for several days and goes back to work. If you can't personally afford this time off (ie self employed) then maybe worth purchasing this.
#15
Ugh. Adjuvants and H1N1 vaccines galore, in the morning.
banned#16
razord
Ugh. Adjuvants and H1N1 vaccines galore, in the morning.

what do you mean?
#17
Man up and let your natural defences handle the worst **** that life can throw at it thus making your immune system stronger . I never have taken even a Paracetamol in my life ! I understand women pop a lot during period pains and thats fair enough though and I will allow one for tooth ache .
Over 60's and the infirm also get a pass from Dr Willy !
banned#18
MinerWilly
Man up and let your natural defences handle the worst **** that life can throw at it thus making your immune system stronger . I never have taken even a Paracetamol in my life ! I understand women pop a lot during period pains and thats fair enough though and I will allow one for tooth ache .
Over 60's and the infirm also get a pass from Dr Willy !

and you can shove your antibiotics, too!
and your lousy diptheria/tetanus/polio vaccine!
I'll take my chances...
#19
Mascherano - Sep 20, 2010 21:06
razord
Ugh. Adjuvants and H1N1 vaccines galore, in the morning.

what do you mean?


It's an anti-vaxxer comment. From someone who believes vaccines are a global conspiracy to damage our children.
#20
If your not in the risk group why weaken your immunity by letting your body relax and let the injection do the work?
'cos surely then you would be putting yourself in a whole new risk- category
#21
Man up and let your natural defences handle the worst **** that life can throw at it thus making your immune system stronger . I never have taken even a Paracetamol in my life ! I understand women pop a lot during period pains and thats fair enough though and I will allow one for tooth ache .
Over 60's and the infirm also get a pass from Dr Willy !


I have to agree with Miner Willy. I started teaching two years ago and when I started I was on and off ill for about 2 months. Since then I'm assuming my immune system has manned up and I dont seem to get anything. Although I do take co-codimol for headaches (teenagers can cause them).

However, what I dont agree with is the difficulty of Jet Set Willy or Manic Miner. You stole so many hours of my youth on a lie!!! It cant be completed!!!
#22
MinerWilly
Man up and let your natural defences handle the worst **** that life can throw at it thus making your immune system stronger . I never have taken even a Paracetamol in my life ! I understand women pop a lot during period pains and thats fair enough though and I will allow one for tooth ache . Over 60's and the infirm also get a pass from Dr Willy !

My asthma's a killer when i get the flu.I've had flu like symptoms or whatever the hell it is for over a month now.I can't breathe for love nor money every so often during the day.

Never had a flu jab to prevent it in my life, but i suppose i should.
#23
I started teaching two years ago and when I started I was on and off ill for about 2 months. Since then I'm assuming my immune system has manned up and I dont seem to get anything


It'll happen again if you move to a different school! New community therefore a whole new set of viruses all at once.

why weaken your immunity by letting your body relax and let the injection do the work?


Intersting. but not based on any science whatsoever. Vaccines don't weaken your immunity. There is sometimes a risk of side-effects with certain vaccines (whooping cough is a classic case) and this has to be taken into account when deciding who to give them to.

As said by several other posters, medically you don't need this if you're not in a high-risk group but if you're self-employed (or would rather not be off work for a couple of weeks) then it's worth having. It won't make you feel any better or reduce the number of coughs and colds you get, just reduce the chances of you getting Flu.

Most people have never had Flu. The best description I ever heard is: if you're in the Doctor's waiting room with Flu then you've got a cold. If you had flu you'd be to ill to get out your front door.
banned#24
yeahbutitsnotfree
If your not in the risk group why weaken your immunity by letting your body relax and let the injection do the work?
'cos surely then you would be putting yourself in a whole new risk- category

I'm guessing your PhD isnt in immunology?
#25
Hot from me - had the Tesco one last year. No work = no pay so worth every penny - not to mention the not being ill bit.
#26
Can a child of 8 months have this and one of 4 years

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