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Can vaccination due at 6 weeks be given at 3 months ?

Hi, I am Narendra and I want to get my 3.5 months son to have immunization injection (Rota Virus, IPV, Hipetits B, DPT III, Hib and oral polio), we missed to give some of mentioned vaccine on correct time. And now when I consulted the doctor then he says mentioned vaccine can be given now. I just want to know whether any problem having some of the vaccine at 3 months 20 days even though those were supposed to be given at 6 weeks? I also want know how much these will charge. Doctor I went to say around Rs 5000 charges for mentioned vaccine. Whether Rs 5000 is correct amount for mentioned vaccine? Looking forward to your suggestions. --Narendra
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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Hello and welcome to healthcaremagic forum!

Yes it is safe to give the missed vaccines now. The amunt mentioned by your doctor is also alright it ranges somewhere from 5000 to 7000.

Wishing you good health!
Answered: Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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