Seasonal flu refers to common flu viruses that typically emerge between November/December and March/April, which is known as “flu season.” For women who are pregnant, who will be pregnant during flu season, or who are breastfeeding, vaccine and medication use for preventing/treating seasonal flu differs from vaccine and medication use specific to H1N1 flu. For more information on H1N1 flu, please see the Current H1N1 Flu Information.
The information below should not be considered a substitute for your health care provider’s advice. Your health care provider is in the best position to provide specific health recommendations for you and your family.
Again, if you have any questions about these issues, please consult your health care provider. For more information on H1N1 flu, please see the Current H1N1 Flu Information.
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