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    Quote Originally Posted by poochella View Post
    Got results back last night. No immunity to chickenpox unfortunately. Decided to get the vaccine however it's in two parts, six weeks apart and have to wait 3 months after the second one to TTC. That was pretty dissapointing for DH and I. Means we can't ttc until late March, but due to O, probably not until April now.
    Or you could start ttc (you never know how long it's going to take you to fall) and just be aware that your not immune yet & be careful. The chances of something happening are probably slim.

    There are lots of people who never get their bloods taken & have no idea if their immune or not. Their babies turned out just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snooze View Post
    Or you could start ttc (you never know how long it's going to take you to fall) and just be aware that your not immune yet & be careful. The chances of something happening are probably slim.

    There are lots of people who never get their bloods taken & have no idea if their immune or not. Their babies turned out just fine.
    The problem is the vaccination is possibly dangerous to a fetus, there is still a chance I could come down with the pox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poochella View Post
    The problem is the vaccination is possibly dangerous to a fetus, there is still a chance I could come down with the pox.
    There is a minute chance you can get chicken pox from a vaccine, the threat to fetus from vaccination is a theoretical risk. There has been no documented congenital vaccine issues reported.
    This pic is from the Australian vaccination handbook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    There is a minute chance you can get chicken pox from a vaccine, the threat to fetus from vaccination is a theoretical risk. There has been no documented congenital vaccine issues reported.
    This pic is from the Australian vaccination handbook.
    From the research I have done today, I think I would be safe getting second vaccine at 4 weeks & leave it 6 weeks which would then be my expected fertile week. Would I be correct?

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    Default Co-workers child has chicken pox

    Quote Originally Posted by poochella View Post
    From the research I have done today, I think I would be safe getting second vaccine at 4 weeks & leave it 6 weeks which would then be my expected fertile week. Would I be correct?
    That would be fine. Anything from 28days post vax is considered safe.


    ETA: I didn't read the previous post properly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poochella View Post
    Got results back last night. No immunity to chickenpox unfortunately. Decided to get the vaccine however it's in two parts, six weeks apart and have to wait 3 months after the second one to TTC. That was pretty dissapointing for DH and I. Means we can't ttc until late March, but due to O, probably not until April now.
    Sorry to be a massive p in the a, I finally put the baby to sleep so could read the thread properly.
    The vaccine course is two vaccines 4 weeks apart (not 6) and following the second one you will need to wait 28 days.
    So you be able to TTC for 2 months.
    Here is the 'dosing and administration guidelines'
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    Thanks for that BubblesK. I will go this time next month for the 2nd shot & the 4 week wait after that will probably fall just after I ovulate around mid January, depending how my cycles go. I guess it will be mid February before ttc. Hopefully that's all that stands in our way.

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    Well as disappointing as it may be to have to wait a while, it's better you get the vax as getting a full blown chicken pox infection while pregnant could be disastrous.
    And bonus, you can eat and drink what you like over Christmas and NY!!

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    I'm sorry you have to wait now this is part of the reason why I always recommend to friends to get pre pregnancy bloods at least 3 months prior. How was your nutrient levels? Anything else low

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    No everything was fine, doctor says I am a healthy female ready to have a baby, after the waiting period of course

    So there was positive news that came out of it & I don't have to worry when I do finally get pregnant & yes @BubblesK I can have a few drinks over christmas & new years. Onwards & upwards

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