Vaccines for Pregnant women and Neonates

Vaccines can help keep you and your growing family healthy. If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, the specific vaccinations you need are determined by factors such as your age, lifestyle, medical conditions you may have, such as asthma or diabetes, type and locations of travel, and previous vaccinations. CDC has guidelines for the vaccines you need before, during, and after pregnancy. Some vaccines, such as the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine, should be given a month or more before pregnancy. You should get some vaccines, like Tdap (to protect against whooping cough), during your pregnancy. 

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends that all children receive their first dose of Hepatitis B vaccine at birth and complete the vaccine series by age 6–18 months. Older children and adolescents who did not previously receive the Hepatitis B vaccine should also be vaccinated.

  • Whooping Cough Vaccines in pregnant women
  • Halting Vaccination in Pregnancy
  • Chiropractic vaccination care in women and pregnancy
  • Immunization during or before Pregnancy / Delivery
  • Chickenpox, Diphtheria vaccines
  • HIV and other STD Vaccines for pregnant women
  • HPB, HAV, HBV vaccination for neonates

Related Conference of Vaccines for Pregnant women and Neonates

October 25-26, 2019

37thVaccination, Immunization & Antibiotics

Vancouver, Canada
November 12-13, 2019

35th World Vaccines & Immunization Congress

Brisbane, Australia

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