Pnuemonia Vaccine

Were you looking for information about The Pneumonia Vaccine? Pnuemonia vaccine is a common misspelling of pneumonia vaccine.
Pneumonia vaccines (Pneumovax®, Prevnar 13®) are used to prevent pneumococcal diseases, such as bacterial meningitis and pneumonia. Both vaccines are injected.
Most people tolerate these products well. As with any medication, however, side effects are possible. Common side effects of Prevnar or Prevnar 13 include drowsiness, irritability, and fever. Injection site reactions (such as swelling, redness, and pain) are common reactions to Pneumovax.
(Click Pneumonia Vaccine for a more in-depth look at what this vaccine is used for, how it works, what to expect after getting vaccinated, and more. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for more specific information.)
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