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mich29dub said on 27 April 2011

Hi there. When I was pregnant with my third child I had the swine flu jag. The nurse said to me before receiving the injection, "there are allot of symptoms with the injection, some are not known" she also told me, "we cannot garante you that it will not affect the babies growth or development" That was not a warming feeling for me but I would rather have taken the risk than to catch it and not survive as wine flue was at its worse stage at this point in glasgow. After having the jag, I felt normal although I had a sore arm which is normal after an injection. 5 hours later, I was braking into sweats and I ended up incredibly ill. I was bed bound for three days solid. I was seeing things that was not there. It was a horrible feeling.