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Chickenpox vaccine is very effective. Two doses of the vaccine are about 98% effective at preventing chickenpox. Some people who are vaccinated against chickenpox may still get the disease. However, it is usually milder with fewer skin blisters and little or no fever.
Getting chickenpox vaccine is much safer than getting chickenpox disease..
For Infants, Children, and Adults
- Children under 13 years old should get two doses of the chickenpox vaccine at these ages:
- 1st dose: 12 through 15 months
- 2nd dose: 4 through 6 years (may be given earlier, if at least three months after the 1st dose)
The second dose may be given at an earlier age if it is given at least three months after the first dose.
- People 13 years or older (who have never had chickenpox and never received chickenpox vaccine) should get two doses at least 28 days apart.
MMRV is licensed for use in children 12 months to 12 years old. Your child’s doctor can help you decide which vaccine to use.
However, pregnant women should wait to get the chickenpox vaccine until after they have given birth. Women should not get pregnant for 1 month after getting the chickenpox vaccine.
Our experienced nurses visit patient’s home and help with vaccination at home. We also provide vaccination at corporate offices for employees and for institutions also.
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