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Hepatitis A and Typbar TCV vaccine
My child (boy) is 21 months old. Hepatitis A vaccine(inactivated) and Typbar TCV should give together in one visit in one month OR should divide in two months? Please guide
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Can be given simultaneously
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Since Typbar TCV is to be given -it is single dose and is expensive  , is better to give HepatisA vaccine  seperately to get full immunity.
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You can give them together in one visit.no problem..
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Can be given together
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Both vaccines can be given in one visit.
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Hello, Can be given together Take care.
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In 21 months old baby both vaccines can be goin one sitting .
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It can be given together or with a gap of 4 weeks. It’s completely upto you.
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Both vaccines can be given at two separate thighs at the same time
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Better to give them with a gap of 1 month. If many injections are due, you can take them together also
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