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Yes, two-three vaccines can be given together. In fact, most paediatricians advocate multiple vaccines on a single visit.
Immediately get the new conjugate vaccine done by consulting your doctor. If the child is less than 2 years, he/she will need 2 doses of the vaccine. If the child is more than 2 years old, then 1 dose is sufficient for protection from typhoid.
It is recommended that Conjugate Typhoid Vaccination in children can be done as early as 6 months.
Hygiene, healthy lifestyle, ensuring clean potable water and proper sanitation are key to avoiding typhoid infection. But with the exposure that we encounter in our day to day lives, maintaining most of these factors seem difficult. Hence all preventive measures are important and that's how a single vaccine would go a long way in protecting you and your family members.
Visit your pediatrician asap so that vaccination can be given. Don't delay
Hi you Should give vaccination as per the vaccination card
Better to give vaccines in morning or afternoon coz some time baby may get fever after vaccination
You can get the baby vaccinated
Painful are better I had given all vaccines of painful at the max babies may get fever for 1-2 days n it's normal