Want to keep your newborn away from diseases? Give him/her all his/her vaccine shots regularly and on time. But, we understand sometimes it get difficult for you to keep a track of details. Don’t worry; Get a vaccination schedule card from your doctor. Keep a track of your baby’s vaccination date, vaccine name, dosage, etc. The vaccination schedule is designed to make sure that the child gets the vaccine on right time and is protected from all contagious diseases.
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Are your baby's shots on track? Check out this chart from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to make sure he's getting his vaccinations on time:
AGEVACCINES AT THE TIME OF BIRTHHEPATITIS B, BCG, OPV6 WEEKS DTaP or DTwP HEPATITIS BHIBPCV- PneumococcalPOLIOROTAVIRUS10 WEEKS DTaP or DTwP HEPATITIS B (if the first dose is given at 6 weeks instead of birth)HIBPCV - PneumococcalPOLIOROTAVIRUS14 WEEKS DTaP or DTwPHIBPCVPOLIOROTAVIRUS6 MONTHSHEPATITIS BOPV9 MONTHSMMROPV1 YEARHEPATITIS A1 YEAR 3 MONTHSMMRPCVCHICKENPOX VACCINE1 YEAR 6 MONTHS DTwP or DTaPIPVHib HEPATITIS ABEFORE 4 – 6 YEARS DTaP or DTwPOPV CHICKENPOX VACCINE10 – 12 YEARS Tdap or Td HPV
*NOTE- The influenza vaccine is recommended after the baby completes his/her 6 months. This vaccine is usually given in yearly dose.
Vaccination is very important for your child’s protection from infectious disease. It is necessary for the healthy growth of your baby.
So, Consult you healthcare provider today and Get your baby’s vaccination card today!