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Surrogacy with self egg. Taken Hep A and B vaccine. Help

Hi, I am going for surrogacy with self egg and my stimulation is expected to start around end april. i have taken hep a and b vaccination on 18th march and 2nd dose is due on 18th April (just 10days before my stimulation starts). Can my vaccination effect my stilmulation in any way and if yes should I delay my IVF . FYI - as it is surrogacy I will not be carrying the baby.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Thank you for choosing Healthcaremagic.Vaccination 10 days prior to stimulation doesnot affect the egg quality or IVF cycle. You can boldly go ahead with the vaccination.
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