19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I asked my doctor about TT injection. He suggested to take the injection at 28th week?? What about 5th month injection. Is it mandatory to take two injections. Should i consult any other doctor. Im worried..

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Answer: I didnot take any one of it.
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