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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Stitch And BOTCH / FYI - Tetanus booster! on: November 30, 2004 07:26:02 PM
Hey, you all... after accidentally sewing my finger last weekend, I called the doctor's office and they made me come in post haste! to get a new tetanus shot.  Maybe everyone knows this, maybe not - but they only last 10 years.  So if you last had one in high school, and you are now in yr mid-to-late 20s (like me), then you definitely want to go get a booster.  Especially if you are prone to stabby accidents with needles and pins...  like many people on this forum, I would expect...

Sure it hurts, but nothin like tetanus does... 
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