My 2.5 got hers this week but she has to get her second dose next month. She has no reactions at all.
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16-05-2016 13:30 #32Senior Member
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Interesting to hear that many of your kids are having two doses. I just looked at the Vaxigrip information and it says "some" children aged 6 to 35 months require a second injection a month later. My GP didn't mention it for either of my boys - for DS1 this is his third year of getting the vaxx, but it's only the first year for DS2. I'm wondering now if I need to call and query them.
16-05-2016 13:45 #33
Only kids getting the vaccine foe the first time need 2 doses from memory.
16-05-2016 14:25 #34Senior Member
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16-05-2016 14:40 #35
My GP actively recommended against it last year when DS was 6 months. As a result, i didnt think flu vaxxing was common for little ones. Might need to ask again next time we're at the Dr.
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