11 months old baby

Question: Vaccinations free

1 Answers
Question
Answer: Ya Typhoid vaccine 9-12months only
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I have 26 days old baby. Plz suggest about the vaccinations and the time of vaccinations. One asha worker is told that they give free vaccinations. Is we can take from them or not plz suggest
Answer: hi dear , i hope you already had a vaccination chart with you or collect that from any govt. hospital. You have to give your baby vaccination as per the chart in every month. you can take vaccines from government hospital or you can go for a private doctors. her skin hospitals all the vaccinations party except pneumonia vaccine (pcv)and rotavirus. vaccine in some government hospital polio vaccine injection (IPV)is also not available. you can choose any other option but for those vaccines are not available in government hospital go to private doctors but don't skip any vaccine.
»Read All Answers
Question: Vaccinations
Answer: Hello! Apko sayad 15months aur uske baad ka vaccination ka list chahiye. Mein niche dein deti hoon, hopefully apke kaam ayega. 15 Months MMR Varicella (Chickenpox) PCV (Booster) 18 Months DTwP/DTaP (1st Booster) OPV/IPV (1st Booster) Hepatitis A 24 Months Typhoid 2 Years and then 3 Years Typhoid Booster 5 Years DTwP/DTaP (2nd Booster) OPV/IPV (2nd Booster) MMR (Booster) Varicella (Chickenpox) (Booster) 10 Years Td/Tdap Take care
»Read All Answers
Question: Vaccinations
Answer: TT is recommended 3 times in preg. It is a world health guideline. But in India some doctors prefer 2 if mom was already TT vaccinated in her child bearing /puberty years. And 3 when they are unsure if the Tt had happened previously. If you are taking two you will have to take them at difference of 4 weeks at anytime of pregnancy. But if its longer than 4 weeks to take injection you will have to take ther 1st injection again
»Read All Answers