24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi am 23 weeks pregnant, when should I have to get my second dose of vaccine? Please let me know.

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Answer: Hi. It depends which injection you had and when it was given. If its TT injection it should be given in gap of 4 weeks.
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    Lasyaroun Lasyaroun820 days ago

    Thank you dear.

Answer: TT vaccination will be done in Ur 8th month
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