October 27, 2009 at 5:25 pm Leave a comment

To get or not to get the H1N1 vaccine. That seems to be the million dollar question these days. And if you ask 10 people you might get 10 different opinions. Our pediatrician and nephrologist are both recommending it at least for Max and Gabe. But where to get them is a whole other story. No one has them right now. And then if they do get them who knows if they will run out before it’s our turn. Ugh. It is just way too frustrating to me. My nephew who lives out of state and did not get either flu vaccine happens to have the H1N1 flu right now.

There was this really interesting story in the NY Times this Sunday about the H1N1 flu and a pandemic occurring in our country. And what would happen with a pandemic and if hospitals ran out of supplies and medications.  So far most of the cases they talk about are mild but then you hear about those people who die from it as well. Just one more thing for my little head to worry about. Because really I don’t have enough to worry about with the kidneys alone.

Someone had the stomach flu at Gabe’s school last week and I freaked out. They threw up all over the place and the brother of that child is in class with Gabe. I think his teachers think I am insane but I told them to keep Gabe as far away from this little boy as possible and I have been purelling like crazy and using lysol too!  I know I am neurotic but would really like to avoid all illnesses. We have enough health issues around here.


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