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... MMR is a new vaccine and intended to reduce the number of shots a child gets since the two are usually given at the same time. Separate vaccines are still available. ... (4 replies)
MMR Vaccine
Jul 15, 2006
... My daughter just got the MMR at 12 Months along with her Hib shot and a Hep A vaccination. We waiting until the 18 month visit to give her the Chicken Pox and her forth Tetanus shot. I understand they give another MMR at 4 years. ... (5 replies)
... although that's not to say that there are not severe cases in younger children and infants. I'm going to wait until DD is 10 for that one if she doesn't get the chicken pox. ... (11 replies)

... have gotten all the other shots you needed when you were very young. Talk to your parents or pediatrician to see what shots you got. You should have gotten an MMR booster sometime around middle school. ... (3 replies)
MMR Vaccine
Oct 27, 2006
... We got the chicken pox shot at the 12 month appt. The ped wanted to do the mmr also, but I wanted to wait until his 18 month appt. I am still not sure I want to do it yet. ... (5 replies)
... I think you're making a good decision to get vaccinated. Depending on your age and what you may already have had, there may be other vaccinations that would be worth considering. Most doctors carry the recomended vaccines but you can always go to your local health department which should have everything, even travel vaccines. Other than the Hepatitis A&B and HPV, it's... (6 replies)
... viruses introduced by the MMR vaccine can be active in your system for up to 18 years. So if you are entering college, you may be 17...but ask yourself... ... (3 replies)
... year age range and includes the final DTap, the final IPV, the final MMR and possibly the second of two Hep A shots. ... (1 replies)
... The reason you might see necrotizing fasciitis resulting from chicken pox is due to the open sores from the chicken pox. The skin is the first line of defense against germs, acting as an effective barrier. ... (15 replies)
... that the vaccination was created to prevent children from getting chicken pox that could possibly lead to contraction of the flesh eating bacteria... ... (15 replies)
... from then on. For some reason, the tetanus shot does leave your arm sore more so than other vaccinations such as Hep A,B,flu or polio. I understand the new HPV vaccine will also leave you with a sore arm and in some cases, a slight fever....and if you're tense, you'll hurt a whole lot more. ... (5 replies)
May 17, 2010
... series of 2 shots. If he has not had chicken pox, he will need the Varicella series of 2 shots. ... (2 replies)

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