ANC Vaccines schedule

Which vaccines given during pregnancy? & Which week? Kindly suggest.

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As par National Immunization Schedule only Inj TT is given. Two doses to be given 1 month apart. First one in first visit (registration visit). In subsequent pregnancies if the pregnancy spacing is less than 3 Yrs only one dose given as booster, if spacing more than 3 Yrs full course of two injections to be given. The last dose to be given preferably before 36 weeks of pregnancy but if missed can be given even in labour table.

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Flu (influenza) shot. The flu shot is recommended for women who are pregnant during flu season. ... Tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid and acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine.

As per schedule Inj TD is given in 4th and 5th month. Prophylaxis dose is given as single dose in 3 years

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ONE DOSE OF.. TDAP.. VACCINE.. AFTER 20 WEEKS.. AND.. INJ .. TT..VACCINATION AS PER.. ANC.. SCHEDULE..

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Only two dose of Injection Tet/vac one amp IM on first day when she reported and 2 nd dose next month

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Two doses of injection tet vac should be given in 4and 5month

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Only toxoid given ROUTINELY in pregnancy as par National Immunization Schedule is Inj TT. Two doses given - 1st one at registration visit and 2nd one after 4 weeks of 1st injection. Last injection is given preferably by 36 weeks of gestation but can be given even at labour table if not given earlier. If pregnancy spacing in subsequent pregnancy is less than 3 Yrs then give only a booster. If more than 3 Yrs give both the doses. Other safe vaccines (all are killed) in pregnancy which are NOT ROUTINE but given in few circumstances.... 1. Td 2. Tdap : Avoid if previous history of convulsions. 3. Rabies : If indicated in animal bite. 4. Meningococcal 5. Influenza (Avoid nasal one as it's live) 6. Hepatitis B : Give only if mother is high risk (IV abusers, Recent blood transfusion, Partner positive for Hep B, Medical professional etc) Avoid in pregnancy : Any live vaccines like MMR or any component of it, OPV, Varicella, Yellow fever **, BCG, Nasal influenza. Given in special conditions but better to avoid : 1. Pneumococcal : CKD, Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases, Asthma, Immunodeficiency 2. Yellow fever (Live) ** 3. Japanese encephalitis 4. Typhoid 5. Hepatitis A 6. IPV 7. Anthrax If LIVE VACCINES given before pregnancy then avoid pregnancy for atleast 4 weeks. For Japanese Encephalitis better to avoid pregnancy for 3 months.

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One dose of Tdap vaccine is recommended during each pregnancy to protect newborns from whooping cough regardless of previous immunization. Ideally vaccine should be given bn 27 and 36 week of pregnancy . If required we can give other vaccines but live vaccines are not recommended during pregnancy

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Two doses of Injection TD Vaccine are to be given in one month interval during pregnancy first dose can be given in first trimester of pregnancy .

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