I've taken lots of vaccinations, because here it's mandatory to take a certain amount of vaccinaions starting while you're just a little kid.
But since I've completed the list of the mandatory vaccinations, I've stopped having new. Because, in my mind, some of them are just an excuse for having new experiments on humans "legally". Anyway, that's just my opinion, I'm not claiming that it's the right one.
I've gotten a few shots, but all of them were through my school when we would have to get chickenpocks and hepatitus b vaccinations. I also took the H1N1 vaccine, but I don't believe that there was too much point in getting that, I just got it so that my Mom would stop bugging me about it.
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I have had a lot of vaccinations in my lifetime when I was growing up. You are required to have them to be able to attend school. I can't remember which ones they were. All I remember is one of them usually made my arm hurt for a day or so.
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Yes, I have actually taken a vaccination, a few times in fact. The first time I took a vaccination was when the family was preparing to take a trip to Nairobi/Kenya and I had to take them for Malaria and Yellow fever. Unfortunately, I didn't end up going on that trip because of school. The other times were for flu shots. (thought not recently)