Flu Shot

Posted on October 20, 2017

If you are trying to conceive or are currently pregnant it is recommended that women get a flu shot during flu season. This also applies to patients who are currently mid-treatment, including IUI and IVF treatments.

Women who get the flu during pregnancy are at higher risk of serious complications. A pregnant woman’s flu symptoms may also be worse than those of a non-pregnant woman. Women who are pregnant therefore have even more to gain from influenza vaccination which substantially reduces the risk of getting infected.



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