Meningitis B Vaccination

(2 doses)
Meningitis B is caused by bacteria transmitted through coughing, sneezing, and kissing. It can lead to severe complications. The vaccination course typically involves two to four doses, varying based on age.

Further information

Side effects: The meningitis B vaccine may lead to fever, digestive issues, and redness/swelling at the injection site.

Additional precautions: Seek immediate medical attention for meningitis symptoms. Early treatment is vital. Note, the meningitis B vaccine doesn’t cover strains A, C, W, and Y.
Risks caused by meningitis B: Meningitis B can cause severe neurological damage, long-term disabilities, and in some cases, death.

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