3 months old baby

Question: My baby girl in 6 weeks vaccination ipv and pcv are not given. How many doses of ipv are required.

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Answer: We should give 3 doses of ipv and pcv. At 6th week ,10th week and then 14th week. 2 doses of ipv is mandatory. But pcv is optional vaccination. You may or may not give it as its bit costly one but if we can afford it then its better to give pcv as well.
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    Swathi P497 days ago

    Thank you are sreerekha nair,. I will consult the doctor. Unfortunately nurse missed the dose.

Answer: Actly ipv n pcv vaccination taken in 1n half months n 3 n half months...plz note dat der shld b a 60 days gap from 1st dose to 2nd dose .
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