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What happens if you get two flu vaccination shots?

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What happens if you get two flu shots?

Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Mom of three, MD replied 7 years ago.

Should not be a problem. "Extra" vaccines are not considered to be harmful. Do not expect additional protection against the flu, because the first shot should provide adequate immunity against the strains of Influenza that are in the vaccine. So no benefit, no harm.