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FLU VACCINES FOR THE 2018 SEASON ARE NOW AVAILBALE TO BOOK

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Whooping Cough Vaccine

Whooping Cough Vaccination for Pregnant Women

All Pregnant women between 28 and 38 weeks of pregnancy are eligible and should be vaccinated. The optimum time to develop antibodies is between 28-32 weeks.

 

New Mums

In addition, pregnant women beyond 38 weeks, including new mothers who missed the opportunity to be vaccinated during pregnancy and who have not previously been vaccinated, should be vaccinated to provide protection from pertussis, any time until their child receives their first vaccination (this is usually when the baby is 2 months old).

 

If you fall into an eligible category, please ring us now and make an appointment with one of the Nurses: 01934 628118

To download information on the Whooping Cough Vaccine please click below:

Whooping Cough and Pregnancy - The Safest Way to Protect You and Your Baby

Whooping Cough and Pregnancy - Your Questions Answered

The Whooping Cough Vaccination - A Fact Sheet



 
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