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Father of a 1 yr 6 m old boyJan 13, 2019

Q. Given vaccines to Riyansh 1) Birth- BCG, Hep-B 1st, OPV. (20/08/18) 2) 6 Weeks- Easy Six, Rotavirus, OPV. (01/10/18) 3) 10 Weeks-Easy six, Rotavirus, OPV (01/11/18) 4) 14 Weeks-Quadrovax PFS, Rotavirus, OPV, Prevenar-13 (04/12/18) and Genevac B (11/12/18) (Easy six was not available, so IPV missed) 5) 20 Weeks- Prevenar-13 (08/01/19) 6) 24 weeks- Prevenar-13 (due on 12/02/19) Kindly suggest whether given doses covered all the vaccines and are enough as we have missed IPV 3rd dose as Easy six was not available for 14 weeks dose. But 4 doses of OPV taken as mentioned. Also suggest whether we have to take hepatitis B vaccine & OPV after 6 months to regularise the vaccines as per your vaccine chart. Also suggest the vaccine for FLU and it's time of vaccination along with other available vaccines which can be additionally taken. #Vaccination

Author of questionFather of a 1 yr 6 m old boyJan 14, 2019
A. waiting for Ur suggestions
Author of questionFather of a 1 yr 6 m old boyJan 13, 2019
A. A. Charts are available with us but as we were giving vaccines at birth city up to 10 weeks and then shifted to other city and started giving vaccines from 14 weeks by other doctor who is having slightly different chart (matching to ur chart), it became difficult to follow. Hence by considering the given vaccones, kindly suggest the onward vaccinations. Also suggest the schedule and type for FLU vaccines
Author of questionFather of a 1 yr 6 m old boyJan 13, 2019
A. Charts are available with us but as we were giving vaccines at birth city up to 10 weeks and then shifted to other city and started giving vaccines from 14 weeks by other doctor who is having slightly different chart (matching to ur chart), it became difficult to follow. Hence by considering the given vaccones, kindly suggest the onward vaccinations. Also suggest the schedule and type for FLU vaccines
ExpertDr Bandana JoshiAyurvedic PhysicianJan 13, 2019
A. Consult with your paediatrician and get a vaccination chart so it will be easy for you to remember the vaccines to be given and at what particular age as initially a lot of vaccines are given
Nikitha UrsMom of a 5 yr 2 m old childJan 13, 2019
A. Hello Here is the list of vaccinations Birth - BCG, OPV 0 , Hepatitis B1 At 6 weeks – DTwP1 , IPV1, Hep B2, Hib 1, rotavirus 1 , PCV 1. At 10 weeks – DTwP 2, IPV 2, Hib2, rotavirus 2, PCV 2 . At 14 weeks – DTwP 3, IPV 3 , Hib 3, rotavirus 3, PCV 3 At 6 months – OPV 1, Hep B3. At 9 months – OPV2, MMR 1. At 9 -12 months- typhoid conjugate vaccine. At 12 months- Hep A 1 At 15 months – MMR 2, PCV booster, varicella 1 At 16 to 18 months- Hep A2. At 2 years – booster of typhoid conjugate vaccine. At 4 -6 years – DTwP B2 OPV 3 , varicella 2, MMR 3. At 10-12 years- Tdap, HPV. Additionally if required FLU shots can be given
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