Flu vaccines have been a great source of controversy across the nation for many years. For many, they present the classic "Catch-22." In other words, if you get one, you run the risk of adverse reactions. If you opt out of getting one, you will likely become infected with the flu virus.
What we mean is that there are some individuals who have common reactions or side effects to flu shots. Many of those reactions have been documented over time, and can be advised of prior to acceptance. Symptoms usually begin within 12 hours of vaccination, and generally subside within 48 hours.