Vaccination Schedule

The following Schedule list the age or age range when each vaccine or series of shots is recommended.

If your child (birth through 6 years old) or adolescent (age 7 through 18 years old) has missed any shots, consult this schedule AND check with the doctor about getting back on track.

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#1 birth /hospital
#2 1 month of age
#3. 9 months of age

Dtap :  

#1. 6wks of age
#2 4 months of age
#3. 6 months of age
#4. 15 months of age
#5.  4 yrs of age

Hib:    

#1.  6 wks of age
#2. 4 months of age
#3. 6 months of age
#4. 15 months of age

Ipv    

#1.   6 wks of age
#2.  4 months of age
#3.  6 months of age
#4.   4yrs of age

Prevnar13 :

#1  6 wks
#2. 4 months of age
#3.   6 months of age
#4.  1 yr of age

Rotateq:

#1.  6 wks
#2. 4 months of age
#3. 6 months of age

MMR :

#1     1 yr of age
#2.   4yrs of age

Varicella :

#1 1 yr of age
#2. 15 months-4 yrs of age

Hepatitis A

#1   1 yr of age
#2.  18 months of age

Tdap:  

#1.   11 yrs of age
#2.  10 yrs after 1st

Mcv4 :

#1.   11 yrs of age
# 2    5 yrs from 1st

Hpv

#1  9 yrs of age( Optional )
# 2. 2 months from 1st dose
#3. �� 4 months from 2 nd dose

Flu vaccine

#1. ��6 months of age
# 2   1 month from 1st
all need series of two within the same flu season
One every flu season 9 yrs and up only need one dose every flu season if began 1st dose at 9 yrs and up .