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Date : 18-Apr-2014
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Doctor:Hi,
Please proceed with your query
User:HI
User:I want to know about chicken pox vaccination name
User:I want to take vaccination so whats that drug name
User:and do i need to consult with physician before getting vaccinated ?
User:Doc you there ?
Doctor:Yes I am here
Doctor:I am reading your query
Doctor:please give me a moment
User:sure
Doctor:thanks
Doctor:I have read your query
Doctor:Sure you can take the vaccine
Doctor:IT is called Varivax
User:can i get it on any medical store /
User:and whats the procedure to take it ?
Doctor:no
User:how many time I should take it......gap between vaccinations ?
Doctor:You must consult your primary physician for it
Doctor:2 doses 4 to 8 weeks apart
User:will this vaccine provide me protection against any person who got chicken pox?
Doctor:yes 95% likely
User:ok so i dont have as such personal physician
Doctor:You can consult any general physician for this
User:could you please suggest some physician /hospital name in gacchibowli area
User:hyderabad
User:?
Doctor:You can go to apollo hospitals, hyderabad
Doctor:It should be available there
User:thanks doc
User:have a nice day
Doctor:Continental hospital should have it too
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:u too
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