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Do you need to have injections to go to tunisia??

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1. Re: Injections

Helx

That would depend on you. Do you have any medical conditions that would require such medication or jabs ?

In general, no you would not for Tunisia , but again that depends on the health of the individual travelling

If you are concerned,check with your doctor. That is my advice

Its not an issue i feel that people here can confidently answer, in my opinion

All the best

Mick

Edited: 13 February 2012, 22:42
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Ok thank you for the advice :o)

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I may add, that i said "in general you would not need injections " But that is from the UK

I dont know the country you are from., so that might differ

Mick

Edited: 13 February 2012, 23:01
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The question was. Do you need injections?

The answer is NO, not from the UK

If one choose to get jags thats fine. I go to restaurants here in Edinburgh

I dont get a jag before i eat,.and i am not certain if the staff who prepare the food wash their hands either in a "1st world country !"

Mick

Edited: 14 February 2012, 01:55
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Yes, you are of course entitled to your views , and i myself on here express my views. I only attempted to answer a direct question

Cheers

Mick

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Kat

The question of injections comes up on here frequently, and if you were to take heed of all the replies you would be going on holiday looking like a pin cushion

Of course, it may well be the case that an indivdual with particular health issues may be required to get injections

Insurance claims could also be affected if you become ill and did not declare a particular ailment.

I am susceptible to chest infections and flu type symptoms. So the only needle i require is my annual flu jab!

Going a wee bit off the track now

My advice is ,if you are concerned, see your doctor. He /she is the expert

Multiple differing answers on this topic on the forum can be a wee bit confusing

Good Health

Mick

Edited: 14 February 2012, 10:54
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When i was at school, the teachers were alway correcting me!

I did not take it personally, In fact i came to realise it was educational! Cheers

Mick

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