10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Which Vaccines Can I Receive While I'm Pregnant?

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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. Take care.
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