The reason I am asking this important questions is that I work at a psychiatric hospital where I have been frequently exposed to several internal waves of flu. Several units were quarantined over the past 2 months as a result and have tested positive for Influenza A, most likely H1N1.
Since this has all been taking place, I find that me and a couple of others have come down with flu-like symptoms each time and often the symptoms are different.
Understanding that the virus can change/mutate significantly, I was curious to know of the likelihood of re-infection, although there could be other explanations (first getting H1N1 and then later Seasonal Flu or just a resurfacing of symptoms from the primary exposure, for example).
Interested in all of your input, especially related studies being that the info could be important in treating the kids and staff with which I work. Moreover, my arguments for further protection of those who have already been exposed can be supported better by science since media and gov info is conflicting.
I also understood from Darkhorse that a Flutrackers member named Tonka had a similar experience.