Primary Care Practice, Women's Wellness & Family Care located in Colorado Springs, CO

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Vaccinations services offered in Colorado Springs, CO

If you’d like to reduce your chance of getting sick or developing a disease, consider vaccinations at Colorado Springs Family Practice. The skilled medical team offers an array of vaccines to keep you as healthy as possible. Call the office in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to learn more about your options or use the online scheduler today.

Vaccinations Q & A

What are vaccinations?

Vaccinations contain mRNA, weakened germs, or dead germs that help your body form antibodies to strengthen your immune system and reduce the chance of getting sick. If you do become sick after getting vaccinated, chances are your symptoms will be less severe. Many vaccines are injections, but some are mists you breathe in.

Which vaccinations are available?

Some of the vaccinations available at Colorado Springs Family Practice protect you against:

  • Flu
  • COVID-19
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella
  • Tuberculosis
  • Chickenpox
  • Whooping cough
  • Tetanus
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Meningococcal
  • Pneumococcal
  • Diphtheria
  • Hepatitis A and B
  • Rotavirus
  • Polio

The Colorado Springs Family Practice team offers vaccinations for men, women, and kids of all ages. 

Are vaccinations right for me?

The Colorado Springs Family Practice team reviews your medical and vaccination history with you to determine if you’re a candidate for vaccinations and which are best for you. They work with you to decide which vaccines match your needs. You might follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines or develop a personalized vaccine schedule.

What should I expect when getting a vaccine?

You could receive vaccinations during an annual wellness checkup or a sick visit. When getting vaccines at Colorado Springs Family Practice, you relax on a comfortable exam table or in a chair. You either breathe in a nasal mist or receive an injection. While you may feel a slight pinch during each injection, it lasts just a second or two.

What happens after receiving vaccinations? 

After getting vaccinated at Colorado Springs Family Practice, you can resume normal activities immediately. However, you can expect some redness or tenderness at each injection site. 

Some vaccinations also cause you to feel tired or develop a low-grade fever, muscle aches, or other mild flu-like symptoms. Call the Colorado Springs Family Practice office if your vaccine side effects turn severe.

Many types of vaccinations require more than one dosage, or yearly doses, to fully protect you against certain illnesses. Your Colorado Springs Family Practice provider lets you know when to schedule your next vaccines. 

To learn more about vaccinations at Colorado Springs Family Practice and find out which are right for you, call the office or use the online scheduler today.