Immunization administered orally or nasally

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What is an Immunization Administered Orally or Nasally?

An immunization administered orally or nasally is a type of vaccine delivery method that enters the body either through the mouth (orally) or through the nose (nasally).

Why Would I Get an Immunization Administered Orally or Nasally?

By getting immunized orally or nasally, you are better protected from certain diseases like the flu and other contagious illnesses.

What Happens During an Immunization Administered Orally or Nasally?

This procedure involves receiving a small dose of the vaccine either through the mouth or the nose with either a drop, spray, or inhaled powder.

What to Expect After an Immunization Administered Orally or Nasally?

You can expect to develop an immunity or protection from the disease the vaccine is designed to prevent within a couple of days or weeks after the immunization.

Conclusion

Receiving an immunization administered orally or nasally helps to protect you from certain diseases. The procedure involves introducing a small dose of the vaccine through the mouth or nose. After the immunization, you can expect to develop an immunity to the illness the vaccine is designed to protect against.

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