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Recommended Immunization Schedule

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Age Immunizations Due
Birth  Hepatitis B #1
2 Months  DTaP #1
 IPV #1
 Hib #1
 PVC #1
 Rotavirus #1

 Hepatitis B #2
4 Months  DTaP #2
 IPV #2
 Hib #2
 PVC #2
 Rotavirus #2
6 Months  DTaP #3
 Hib #3 (depending on the type of Hib vaccine used, this dose may be omitted)
 PVC #3

 IPV #3
 Rotavirus #3

 Hepatitis B #3

 Flu #1
7 Months  Flu #2 (only the first year are 2 flu shots needed; then yearly   thereafter)
12 Months  MMR#1
 Hep A #1
15 Months  Hib #4
 PVC #4
18-24 Months  DTaP #4
 Hep A #2
4-6 Years  MMR #2
 IPV #4
 DTaP #5
11-12 Years  TdaP (subsequent doses of Td should follow every 10 years throughout life)
 HPV (girls) - 3 doses

Key to Vaccination Abbreviations

DTaP: Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (whooping cough)
Flu: Influenza
Hep A: Hepatitis A
Hep B: Hepatitis B
Hib: Haemophilus Influenzae type b
HPV: Human papillomavirus
IPV: Inactivated Poliovirus
MCV: Meningococcal
MMR: Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (German measles)
PCV: Pneumococcal
TdaP: Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis
Varicella: Chickenpox

Print the CDC's Recommended Immunization Schedule for Persons Aged 0 Through 6 Years. Notice the yellow highlighted areas which provide you with a range of ages recommended for a particular vaccine. Note- This is handy if deciding to split immunizations.

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