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Child was vaccinated with easy five at 6 weeks and easy four at 4 week. Should I consult doctor?

Hi Doctor My name is Rajesh , this is abt my lil baby Age:10 weeks , Male My Question is abt Vaccination: Birth: BCG; OPV 0 6 Weeks: Dtwp1 Opv 1; Hep B1; hib1(Easy Five -Panacea Biotec) & IPV1 ; PCV1; Rotavirus 1* 10 Week: Dtwp2;Opv2; Hib2 & IPV2(Easy four - Panacea Biotec)) ;PCv2 ; Rota virus2 My Question is : in the 6th week - Easy Five was given which covers -Dtwp1 Opv 1; Hep B1; hib1 along with IPV1 ; PCV1; Rotavirus 1* BUT in 10th week - Easy Four was given which does not contain - Hep B2? Why , doctor missed out . Shall i consult doctor to get Hep2 dosge as it was missed or it was missed intensionally ......please adivce
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response

thanks for writing to health care magic

nothing wrong with what the doctor is doing

do not worry

he is giving the most appropriate schedule for hepatitis B THAT is 0 that is at birth 6 weeks and 6 months

congratulations for vaccinating your baby at the right time

take care

Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Pediatrician Dr. Synthyia Bhagat's  Response rajesh
appreciated your concern about your baby's vaccination..your baby got Easy 5 at 6 weeks of age and Easy 4 at 10 weeks of age this is perfectly all right.Hep B is given as 0,6weeks and 6 months the most appropriate schedule.
god bless.
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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