Read This If You Have Not Yet Vaccinated Your Child

Read This If You Have Not Yet Vaccinated Your Child

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Hi, everyone! My name is Nishita Shah. I am a working woman and a mother of a cute little baby girl who has turned 6 today. I am glad I have got this opportunity to share my story with you all.
My daughter was underweight at the time she was born. I was very concerned about her health – how she would gain weight, and how she would become more immune to the outside world. I was a very fussy mom as we all mothers are, especially when your child is weak. I was going through a difficult phase as a new mother. I always asked many questions related to her health to her doctor, as she was born weak.

I used to research a lot online about my queries related to vaccines. I learnt many things, thanks to my doctor and online resources who helped me understand and gave me the confidence to get my daughter vaccinated. I know there are many vaccines to be administered in the first three years, and seeing the list, I panicked. Vaccines work as a shield to protect my child from all different illnesses. All my worries disappeared and I am happy that her immune system has improved. Vaccines have helped in protecting my child. Today I am sharing my experience as a mother. Don’t panic, please go ahead and get your child vaccinated for their better future and safety. My baby has now grown into a beautiful and healthy kid. Vaccination has helped her stay protected from all the diseases and viruses which are around us. So please go and be vaccinated, be safe and be strong. Thank you all. This is my story which I am sharing with you. Please share your stories so we can together motivate new parents to vaccinate their kids.

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