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Never had one, do they work?
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They work, in the sense that they reduce your chances of getting flu from those particular virus strains but will not provide absolute protection from flu. They're generally recommended if you're older, debilitated/ immunocompromised or at higher risk of frequent virus exposure. I had 'reactions' to my jabs (mild/ moderate flu like symptoms) so I don't get them anymore.
+1 Avoid all vaccinations if you possibly can. My dog had a vaccination, developed a severe reaction and eventually died as a result.
Personally I'd rather get exposed to as many viruses as possible while my body is able to fight them and build an immunity to the various strains. I'd rather wait until I'm at a more risky age, and I'm sure vaccinations will be more effective and safe by then, too.