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    Quote Originally Posted by Bsky View Post
    ! I tend to avoid sickly people like the plague anyways (especially) with a newborn so its not very likely to happen.
    Someone can be infectious with pertussis for a week before displaying any symptoms of being sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybump08 View Post

    The good news is I should get the vaccination within the next 3wks. I read that it takes 2wks for the antibodies to transfer to bub, if I have to have her before those 2wks are up will she still have some/enough antibodies to protect her?
    It is generally 10-14 days for your antibodies to peak but you will begin making transferable antibodies within 5 days and baby will get antibodies through both the placenta and your colostrum later on.


 

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