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... up. In mine they do DTaP and Hib at that visit. You may consider breaking this up at the 6 month visit..do DTaP at 6months and Hib at 7 months. ... (6 replies)
... my daughter just got her 4 month shots yesterday at 2pm and i ended up in the ER at midnight with her running a fever of 102. ... (6 replies)
... My son will be going to kindergarten in the fall and needs the typical barrage of shots. He has had one MMR at 15 months and has also had one dose of Varicella. These are the only two shots that my state will accept titers for so I am going to check for them. ... (4 replies)

... tes,ovary,pancreas or meninges. Symptoms would occur within several days. Your child would probably have gotten the Hepatitis B,DTaP,Hib,IPV and PCV vaccinations at his two month visit and again at the four month visit. The six month visit usually consists of getting the DTaP and PCV vaccinations. ... (1 replies)
... I have a baby too and when I took her in for her 2 month shots she had a horrible reaction. She cried uncontrollably for 5 hours. I thought she was going to have a heart attack she was so worked up. I called the dr. ... (9 replies)
... as the result. When the resident at my doctors office injected the needle i noticed she was pretty high up on my arm near the top of my shoulder. ... (0 replies)
... giving maximum of 2 shots each month. My doctor did not agree with the delayed shots but agreed to let me do it. ... (2 replies)
Sick over vaccines
Oct 13, 2007
... My son will be a month old on Monday and I'm already sweating the fact that at his 2 month check up, they will start pushing the shots on us. I have done extensive homework on the topic and before he was born I decided to wait until he is 4 months old and only allow 1 to 2 shots at a time. ... (5 replies)
... it indicates that "the vaccine is recommended for all persons over 65 years of age and younger persons at least 2 years old with certain medical problems. There is a newly licensed vaccine... ... (11 replies)
... so make sure you talk to your obgyn. because if you are at a high risk for contracting hep b, you should probably get vaccinated. ... (4 replies)
... and the government can't guarantee me that it's safe to inject him that many times at once, then I'm not going to put my son through this misery in 2 more months with the next round of vaccinations! ... (7 replies)
... 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)
... well as some of you may remember, i ended up in the emergency room after autumns 4 mo. shots...and in just 2 weeks i will be going for the 6 mo. shots and quite frankly i am a nervous wreck. ... (22 replies)
... I don't vaccinate my kids. My daughter was up to date with her shots til she 4 yrs old. I was always you have NO choice but to vaccinate, it is the law! When my son was born he had his shots until he was 2 months old. ... (49 replies)
... i have heard from so many sides of the fence on vaccines. my son is 7 months old and has only been vaccinated up to the 4 month shots cause i have been so nervous to continue. ... (49 replies)


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