What is varicose vains?
Vaccines contain the same viruses, but a different type of bacteria. If someone has varicose veins, they often develop high blood pressure. When someone has high blood pressure, their veins can be enlarged. This is often a sign of varicose veins.
Vaccine manufacturers usually add a protein called varicella-zoster (VZ) to each vaccine. There are many different types of varicella, and people get varicella just about every time they get the flu shot. In most cases, it's not a huge risk for the vaccinated person.
Vaccines that contain the varicella-zoster protein are the ones that most of us get from flu shots. For more information, please see the CDC vaccine recommendations page. Vaccines that don't contain VZ can cause side effects that may make you sick. If you've been vaccinated with one of the varicella-zoster vaccine vaccines, you are most likely protected from getting varicella if you have not had a varicella rash before or if you have had no previous illness from varicella. This page provides links to information on each of the vaccine types and how they're tested for safety. This article provides information on how to get a flu shot. Some of the best resources for varicella-zoster and varicella-zoster vaccine information are listed on the CDC vaccine recommendations page.