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10 week Vaccination
Hi Doctor, My girl baby has now completed 3 months. 10 week Vaccination which was due on April 4th was not done due to Lockdown. And we have 14 week Vaccination due on May 1st week. How do we proceed? Can we have 2 vaccination at a time? Or skip 10 weeks vaccination and proceed with 14 week Vaccination? Please suggest.
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Hi I can understand your worry. Do go through the video link ,it will answer your query satisfactorily https://youtu.be/6y8v1mvllcc
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Best way where ever you go for vaccination the same person will guide you.... So visit pediatrician
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If your area has open up and pediatrician is available you can get the 10 week vaccination done for the baby..All these vaccines are repeated at 14wk...get them done after 1 mth duration..there is no harm as we are not dealing with normal situations..this a Pandemic.. So no need to worry..
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1.) Minimum gap of 4weeks must be presnt between  2 doses . 2. U should not skip dose . So first take 10week vaccinatn now and after 4week 14th vaccination. No problem with that. Ur consulting pediatrician will suggest u the same .
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fever is common after vaccinatn.. so keep Paracetmol drops always with u
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Vaccination at 6 weeks, 10 weeks, and 14 weeks are primary vaccination. It must be administered at minimum one month interval. No dose can be missed or missed dose can’t be given together. Medical world has never faced this situation.
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Talk with your pediatrician and plan your appointment and get the vaccination done. Most healthy person should accompany baby . Take all safety precautions. Choose non Covid hospital
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