sweetyMom of a 4 yr 1 m old girl
A. it will be good that you should get it done at the same time whenever it is to be done if doctor is not available you can also check with the other pediatrician take and get it done for your baby just take the vaccination schedule along with you and tell the new doctor about the one with whom you are going for vaccination for your baby because are to be taken within stipulated time frame
ExpertDr. Swapnil SaxenaAyurvedic Physician
get it done at some other place.
don't postpone unless it's unavoidable reason or baby's illness issues
Birth - BCG, OPV 0 , Hepatitis B1
6 wks – DTwP1 , IPV1, Hep B2, Hib 1, rotavirus 1 , PCV 1.
y10 wks – DTwP 2, IPV 2, Hib2, rotavirus 2, PCV 2 .
14 wks – DTwP 3, IPV 3 , Hib 3, rotavirus 3, PCV 3
6 months – OPV 1, Hep B3.
9 months – OPV2, MMR 1.
9 -12 months- typhoid conjugate vaccine.
12 months- Hep A 1
15 months – MMR 2, PCV booster, varicella 1
16 to 18 months- Hep A2.
2 years – booster of typhoid conjugate vaccine.
4 -6 years – DTwP B2 OPV 3 , varicella 2, MMR 3.
10-12 years- Tdap, HPV.
Rotavirus vaccine gives protection against rota virus attack which is a leading cause of diarrhoea and other gastrointestinal disorders.
It is administered in 2 to 3 doses depending on brand at interval of 4 to 8 wks.
PCV provides protection against 13 types of pneumococcal bacteria that can cause pneumonia, meningitis, sepsis.
It’s slightly expensive.
Cost depends on brand which doctor has advised.