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Posted by JamieBell on 3/3/2012 at 12:44
Are any vaccinations a neccessity for travelling in Thailand?
#1 JamieBell has been a member since 3/3/2012. Location: United Kingdom. Posts: 26
Posted by busylizzy on 3/3/2012 at 15:14
If you are keeping to the main tourist trail, then probably not. Except maybe Hep A is worth considering.
#2 busylizzy has been a member since 31/12/2007. Location: New Zealand. Posts: 2,155
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Posted by JamieBell on 3/3/2012 at 16:48
#3 JamieBell has been a member since 3/3/2012. Location: United Kingdom. Posts: 26
Posted by TrishyOS on 3/3/2012 at 19:24
I got the Hep A and Tetanus.... hope you enjoy Thailand
#4 TrishyOS has been a member since 26/2/2012. Location: Ireland. Posts: 7
Posted by meeshakar on 7/3/2012 at 04:05
Hep A, tetanus, and typhoid. Take some Cipro with you in case you get a stomach bug and some Xanax for the plane ride.
#5 meeshakar has been a member since 25/7/2011. Location: United States. Posts: 21
Posted by altmtl on 7/3/2012 at 06:02
yes,Hep A & B, tetanus, and typhoid. You can buy cipro over the counter, as well as Activated Charcoal Capsules in Thailand. I also take Pro-biotics.
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