Suggest vaccinations for 18 months old baby - Online Doctor Chats
I am Dr. XXXXXXX
Good morning to you.
how may I help you?
Good Morning doctor
Please go ahead with your question.
I wanted to consult about my 18 month old daughter's vaccination
DwaP 1st booster
and I do not want to give all the vaccinations at a time
just wanted to know which 2 can we give on priority
Complete the DPT
Have you got her vaccinated for MMR yet?
Ok..what about MMR
I mean, is this MMR 1 or 2?
did she get the okay, then go ahead with MMR1
ok..shall I go ahead wid dtp and mmr for now
Yes, you can give her all of them, it is not a problem
ok..can I know the purpose of MMR vaccine
MMR is a triple vaccine
the purpose of all vaccines is to prevent a XXXXXXX disease
ok..doctor..thanks for your suggestion
it was really helpful
If you have got your child vaccinated for Hib(Human influenza B), then you should give her the booster dose in this month
You are welcome
yes..we have done it
is there anything else I can help you with?
I mean we have given hib vaccine
Yes, you have given Hib vaccine, but the booster dose should be given between 12 and 18 months
can we give hib booster along wid chickenpox vaccine?
Yes, you can
please go ahead with the Hib booster also
will it be fine if I give her next month
she will complete her 19 months by thin month end
one month that side or this side is okay
you can give her Hib in the next month
I do not have ant other query
You are welcome
have a great Sunday
take care, bye
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