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Which vaccine is more important and required for 18 months child. MMR -2 ( Tresivac PFS) OR Varicela - 1 (Varilrix) We are planning two vaccines in this month. Can you please suggest one important vaccine from above  which we can give with influenza 1 vaccine(Sanofi pasteur). Please guide.
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Hello MMR and Varicella can be given on same day. If not given on same day, then gap of four weeks is must because of their live viral vaccine nature. Flu vaccine can be combined with anyone and then gap of four weeks.
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One can take Flu - one day. Then after few days gap - MMA AND VARICELLA - can be taken.
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Important point - MMR AND VARICELLA - either same day or gap of four weeks. 🙏 Tiwari Child Clinic, Delhi 🙏
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Hi all 3 vaccines can be given on same day Mmr + varicella in one limb (previously combination vaccine was available but not now ) If you dont want to take qll 3 vaccines on same day take mmr + flu now and varicella after 4 weeks
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Give MMR vaccination with flu vaccination
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All 3 can be given together But if u want to give one then give MMR And next month u can give varicella
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