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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Will bub be 6 weeks when they stay with you or in the first 6 weeks? I was told once bub has had their first whooping cough jab it isn't necessary for adults to get the booster (if they haven't already).
    Bub will have turned 6 weeks a couple of days before... I might ask my doctor about this... Thanks for the info..

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Bub will have turned 6 weeks a couple of days before... I might ask my doctor about this... Thanks for the info..
    Don't count on that, vaccines take 10-14 days to build up a decent level of immunity.

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    I never had the booster when my son was born almost 2 years ago, but everyone else did... But this time while im in hospital theyre giving it to me as well as something else i cant remember. So scared cause i was there when my mum got her shot and it looked painful lol.

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    You will have given birth! You will be fine with just a small needle, just don't watch.

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    I agree with bubbles10, it will be nothing compared with giving birth....BUT - I am a total sooky lala about needles. So if I have to get one (next will be flu shot and pneumococcal) I put emla patches on each arm (so they can choose where they put it) and you don't feel a thing

    Quote Originally Posted by fluffykitty View Post
    I never had the booster when my son was born almost 2 years ago, but everyone else did... But this time while im in hospital theyre giving it to me as well as something else i cant remember. So scared cause i was there when my mum got her shot and it looked painful lol.

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