You can try but she’s still your parent, her insurance her words final unless you go so far as to sue your parents, then you need money and may loose if you ever get that far....
That being said... there are not series of flu shots, there’s the yearly flu vaccine to help you not be as sick from the staring going...
Best answer: You can try but she’s still your parent, her insurance her words final unless you go so far as to sue your parents, then you need money and may loose if you ever get that far....
That being said... there are not series of flu shots, there’s the yearly flu vaccine to help you not be as sick from the staring going around that particular year.
Facts about flu shots, they can hurt or make your arm sore or warm for the day, not a big deal, it’s simply not just getting the skin punctured though. If you are sensitivr to eggs or allergic it’s not recommended that you get the shoes due to the allergic reaction.
You can have a reaction to the shot but it’s pretty rare, you can still get the flu but usually not as bad as if you had not received the shot, there are no guarantees either, like you said you take public transportation and say someone from half way across the world rides next to you that virus while the same isn’t exactly identical so like I said before you will still come down with it but not as bad.
Flu shots DO NOT cause aids, retardation, ADD/ADHD, measles, chickenpox, tetanus, staff infections (unless your rubbing in filth immediately after the shot) nor does it cause autism.
As for your self diagnosis of autism if you have friends at school, if you can e press yourself to others, express your needs, can put your thoughts and feelings into words, go to a regular school, not special ed classes all day long, not receipting concilinf etc then chances re your not autistic.
My daughter has problems making eye contact, is frozen almost paralyzed in crowds, cannot express herself and her needs most of the time, is nervous in unfamiliar places and pretty much doesn’t talk about things unless you can get a good conversation started. Had her tested many times yet they say she falls within normal values, may have a social mixing problem with reluctance because of lack of self confidence but she did well in school.
Trying to guess what you may or may not have cannot be done, I was finally diagnosed as impulsive disorder ADD/ADHD with profound depression at age of 55... also was diagnosed with dyslexia and a learning disability... fun to know once I’ve grown up, had kids, have grandkids. Doesn’t mean anything except why it’s harder for me to simply sit down, open a book and read instructions. Between the scrambled words and so many things being talked about at the same time I just faked it and guessed at things most of my life. Now I force myself to pay attention write things down as I red and get things done. Being diagnosed with something gives you no excuse to do or not do things, it just lets you know you need to adjust yourself to fit into society, because after school there is no special education, councilers and special needs programs to help you throughout life for free. You need to find programs if you need the help, they don’t automatically assign someone to you for life unless you are barley functioning.
You sound like a very smart well educated girl from your post. Keep up the good work, and look up what the flu shots can do for you, make a list of why you want them, ask your mom to talk to you about an adult subject, don’t whine and cry at her, simply tell her your worried about being sick for a week to 10 days.
People your age are strong enough to have the flu without severe problems. If you had asthma, a heart problem. Kidney failure etc the flu could cause complicTions but even if you were autistic, all your internal organs are functioning normally so you would just be miserable if you body didn’t resist the virus for up to 10 days.
Saying that please look at the side effects the shots can give, when you see your moms point of view yours may change some. Keep in mind when they say children, they are talking about older toddlers to 10 year olds roughly. Your past the child stage and are at teenager. There is a difference.
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