I don't. I'd like to but I have had a severe reaction both times I've had it.
I just got mine today. I get it every year.
No! And I don't plan on getting one either.
I sometimes get them, but the shots come out when my allergies seem to be at their worst. I refuse to get a vaccine when my immune system is already stressed. My husband always gets them. He had Bell's Palsy years ago and was told to get the flu shot to lessen the risk of a recurrence.
According to the CDC less than half of US citizens get the shot.
I do every year!
Was reminded yesterday when I was at the Drs office. Will have done next week without fail.
I have been for the past few years and my flues have been less severe compared to the previous 10 years that i hadn't.
Every year. Many moons ago I almost died from the flu and had to be medivacted back to the states. Spent 5 weeks in hospital.
Its been 10 years since I got the flu shot...haven't gotten the flu for so many years that I can't remember when I had it last.
I'm always in public so I think my immune system is high.
I'm an oldz, so probably have an immune system that needs a boost-so every year.
I do not. I haven't had the flu in over 10 years and I'm not in a risk group, so that combined with my hatred of injections means I'm not likely to get one anytime soon.
I need to get a flu shot.
Not always, but sometimes . . . I do not notice a bit of difference. I'm going to get a cold/flu if I am exposed to it . . .