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Question: Im e7 weeks pregnant and its my 8th month i haven't done my tt injection i dont know why my doctor didn't give me is there any problem

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Answer: TT injections r actually for the fetus in advance to get stamina for cold n cough after delivery. As just born babies n just delivered mothers are prone to cough n cold. May b ur doctor is planning to give ur baby Tdap means Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis after delivered. So u can discuss with ur doctor about it.
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    Amna sheikh119 days ago

    I asked her but she didn't reply me she said i know what to do

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