18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Today I took my first TT injection,I think its too late, is there any problem?

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Answer: year 2019 is not available
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Question: is there any tt injection during pregnancy?
Answer: Vaccines recommended during pregnancy Two vaccines are specifically recommended for pregnant women: 1).Flu (influenza) vaccine, which should be given during the first or second trimester of pregnancy. The flu vaccine is recommended because pregnant women are seven times more likely to come down with a severe and even fatal case of the flu than women of the same age who aren't pregnant. 2).Tdap (tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis) vaccine, given when you're 27 to 36 weeks pregnant to guard against whooping cough (also known as pertussis). The Tdap vaccine is recommended during pregnancy – even if you've had the shot before pregnancy. If you get the shot between 27 and 36 weeks of pregnancy, your body produces pertussis antibodies that you can pass on through the placenta to your unborn child. Antibodies from moms save babies who are too young to get the vaccine Both the above vaccinations have excellent safety records.Please take them if you've been told by your obstetrician.
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Question: Hiii i am 28 week pregnant only one TT injection is given is there is any problem when should TT injection should be given and why
Answer: Hello dear Two vaccines are specifically recommended for pregnant women: the flu (influenza)vaccine, which should be given during the first or second trimester of pregnancy; and the Tdap (tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis) vaccine, given when you're 27 to 36 weeks pregnant to guard against whooping cough.
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Question: i have first TT injection on 9 june. my second dose is due now. from when i should get second dose. will there any problem if it delayed,
Answer: One month ago is enough, not more than tat. have it soon .. today or tomorrow..p otherwise u have to take first dose again..
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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
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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