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There are vaccines that do include most of the vaccines against influenza are actually cultured in chicken eggs. Throughout the entire process, a big portion of the egg protein is then removed. However, there concerns that such vaccines may possibly generate allergic reactions among people who have allergy to eggs.

No Clear Evidence

There’s a recent report discovered that a lot of the children who have egg allergies and were given flu shots had no side effects; roughly 5 percent of the children in the group studied developed minor reactions similar to hives, many of which has been resolved without undergoing through any treatment. Additional studies are being performed at the same time.

Get Your Doctor’s Opinion

In most instances, only those who have serious or life threatening allergy to eggs are being advised against getting egg-based vaccines. It will be recommended to talk to your doctor to give you any instructions or valuable information.

After all, vaccines are repeatedly and thoroughly tested before it gets an approval. Even if it is approved, it is consistently monitored for any adverse effects it may trigger after the initial release. With this being said, there’s actually nothing that you should be worried about vaccines.