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Hi Doctor! I've had patients ask when you'll begin administering flu shots?
Okay so after you give me the germs and my body starts to attack them, I won't get sick again because my body is familiar with the germ?
Now! All flu shots are walk-in this year.
Ben's a little nervous for his shot this year doc. Could you please explain to him its importance?
A flu shot, just like any vaccine, is here to protect your immune system from the virus that could attack it.
It's just like when you do things even though your scared. you're training yourself to not be scared anymore, right?
So, when you give me the shot it's kind of like you're training my body to not get sick?
Exactly! Vaccines give you a tiny bit of the germ that is making you sick so your body can make antibodies to destroy the invader, it's like a training exercise.
You got it! A vaccine gives your body immunity so that if you're exposed to the real germ/disease, the antibodies can protect you!