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Vaccination Schedule

Vaccines prevent serious diseases by helping your baby build defenses. Most infants and children have only mild reactions to vaccines, which can include slight fever and soreness. Here is a general schedule for vaccinations from birth through childhood. Your physician's recommendations may vary according to what he or she thinks is best for your child. You may also want to check with your health insurance company to see what it covers

Age

Vaccination

Birth - 2 months

Hepatitis B

2 months

H-flu (Hib)
Diptheria, tetanus and pertussis (DTaP)
Polio (IPV)
Pneumococcal Conjugate (PCV)
Hepatitis B

4 months

Hib
DTaP
IPV
PCV

6 months

Hib
DTap
PCV
Hepatitis B

1 year

Varicella virus (Var) for chicken pox

15 months

Hib
DTaP
IPV
PCV
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)

Additional vaccinations are required throughout childhood. Consult with your physician.