There are steps you can take to protect yourself from the flu, but flu vaccine myths can be confusing when trying to decide whether to get the shot. Here are five common myths according to the (CDC) Centers for Disease Control. Not True: The shot can give you flu It is better to get the
Southdale ObGyn is partnered with MIIC (Minnesota Immunization Information Connection) software. MIIC is a statewide network of shared immunization records. It provides clinics, health systems, schools and child care centers with complete and up-to-date immunization records from all over Minnesota. These records are secure and confidential. When an immunization is given at Southdale ObGyn the
The flu season is almost here. The flu vaccine is now available at Southdale Ob/Gyn. We are now offering to all pregnant and post-partum patients. Your baby relies on you to protect them. Please get vaccinated. Click here for more information and a pregnancy fact sheet.
Pertussis, or whooping cough, is more common than you might think. It is a disease that affects the lungs and is spread from person to person through the air. Pertussis can be very serious, especially in babies. Parents, siblings and other caregivers of infants are often the ones who unknowingly spread pertussis to babies. Research
Influenza Update The CDC announced last week that seasonal Influenza is now widespread in most of the country, including Minnesota. We are now offering flu vaccine to ALL of our patients. To learn more about this year’s Influenza from the CDC click here . Call our office to schedule your flu vaccine today. 952-920-7001
Immunizations during pregnancy August is National Immunization Awareness Month and a great time to talk to our doctors and nurse practitioners about vaccines that are recommended during pregnancy. Learn more about which vaccines are important for the health of the mother, and also to protect newborns by way of passive immunity. Read more from ACOG.
We are now offering flu shots to ALL of our patients. The best way to prevent the flu is by getting a flu vaccine each year. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) recommends that everyone aged 6 months and older get vaccinated annually for seasonal influenza (flu). This is especially important among high-risk groups, including