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Who should not get the influenza A H1N1 monovalent vaccine?

People who are allergic to any ingredient in this vaccine or eggs should not get this vaccine. Also, people with Guillain-Barre syndrome or weakened immune systems may not be able to get this vaccine. Ask your doctor about the safety of giving this vaccine to those under four years of age, as some doctors do not recommend it for young children. Those who are pregnant or breastfeeding should ask their doctors about the safety of using influenza A H1N1 monovalent vaccine.

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