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Who should get a hepatitis a vaccine?

And hepatitis vaccine side effects.

The Hepatitis A vaccine is a 2 dose shot against the Hep A virus, often given 6 months apart after the age of 1. There are 3 approved vaccines in the US.

 

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Hepatitis A is a viral infection that usually originates from a feces contaminated water or food source. Common throughout the world, Hepatitis A is more prevalent in the United States among food handlers and in restaurants. Hepatitis A spreads from close contact with an infected person.  Once contracted, Hepatitis A targets the liver of the person recently infected. If you have suffered an adverse reaction or injury after receiving the Hepatitis A vaccine, you may be entitled to compensation from a federal fund called the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund.

 

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What is the Hepatitis A vaccine?

Since the 1990s, the Hepatitis A vaccine has become increasingly standard for children and older adults. Children typically receive the Hepatitis A vaccine along with a booster shot between one and two years of age. The estimated efficacy of the vaccine is 20 years. In recent years, the United States has seen a steady growth of Hepatitis A outbreaks throughout the country, primarily in the restaurant industry. Due to the relatively new standard of administration of the Hepatitis A vaccine, many older Americans are unvaccinated and susceptible to the infection.

 

Hepatitis A vaccine symptoms

As demand for the vaccine grows across the country, medical providers and state health departments are scrambling to keep up. If you have recently received the Hepatitis A vaccination, or plan on receiving one soon, it is important to be alert for allergic and/or adverse reactions.  Telltale symptoms of an adverse reaction include the following:

  • Headaches
  • Decreased appetite
  • Body aches/soreness
  • Fatigue
  • Numbness and tingling in the extremities

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Hepatitis A vaccine Injuries

The above could be early signs of serious illness including Guillain-Barre Syndrome ("GBS"), Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy ("CIDP"), and Parsonage-Turner Syndrome ("PTS"). Improper administration of the vaccination, can also result in shoulder-related injuries. Common shoulder injuries related to vaccine administration include:

Compensation for Hepatitis A vaccine injuries

If you have suffered from any of the above adverse reactions and/or SIRVA injuries within six (6) months of receiving the Hepatitis A vaccine, contact My Vaccine Lawyer today for a free case evaluation. Speak directly with one of our attorneys to discuss potential compensation for your vaccine injury. Not only is the phone call free, but our representation comes at no cost to you.

 

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I reached out to My Vaccine Lawyer after confirming I suffered from SIRVA. They were so helpful, understanding and thorough throughout the process. They were quick to respond, always answered the phone and I feel they fought to get me what I was entitled to. If you suffered from an injury then please call My Vaccine Lawyer. They will take care of you!

- Melissa Heffley, SIRVA Client

 

 

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