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    I would take bub to the Community Health Centre for the vaccination and avoid going in to the medical centre for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WannaBMummy82 View Post
    I would take bub to the Community Health Centre for the vaccination and avoid going in to the medical centre for it.
    What would be the difference?

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    I would without a doubt.

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    Absolutely! I would do it

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    Am thinking the pp means medical centres are usually full of sick people so might be safer to go to the community health centre/child health nurse instead???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoknows View Post
    Am thinking the pp means medical centres are usually full of sick people so might be safer to go to the community health centre/child health nurse instead???
    Probably would be but unfortunately my other sons records have been all messed up so they want to give him a booster and also DH and I have to get it and the quickest way for all of us to get done is at the Drs

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    If you look up the immunisation handbook 10rh edition it states that MMR can be given from 9 months. It is not routinely given at that age obviously but necessary during outbreaks. If bub gets the MMR at 9 months then still needs to get 2 doses (at 12 months and 18 months - starts July 2013)
    How frustrating for your community!
    My bub has always been terribly unsettled after vax but perfect after the 12 months! I too had PND and anxiety. If bubs has been fine with the others all will be good


 

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