I am going to travel to South Asia for a 4 months, starting end of January till May.
I understand I need to take precaustions against japanese encephalitis, typhoid etcc.
I am reluctant to take a conventional travel vaccinations and went to the Aisnworth shop in London where I have purchased 7 g tablets as preventative measure. I was explained they were the same as conventional vaccinations but not scientifically proven to be efficient.
My fiancee is a bit sceptical as those 50 tablets could help me, for example, meningitis or enchepalitis.
I am not sure now, does anyone have tried before this or should I better have normal vaccinations?
Akslu on 2006-01-04
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