however in case you have missed any of previous vaccine like hepatitis A you should give those also. more
following is the schedule of vaccination recommended by indian academy of pediatrics.
By this you will know as to which vaccinations you need to give to your child
Table -recommended by Indian Academy of Pediatrics
Birth - 15 days BCG + OPV (zero dose) +HepB1
6 weeks - 8 weeks IPV1# + DPwT1 + HepB2 + Hib1 + Rotavirus1 + PCV1
10 weeks- 12 weeks IPV2 + DTwP2 + Hib2 + Rotavirus2 + PCV2
14 weeks - 16 weeks IPV3 + DTwP3 + Hib3 + Rotavirus^^ + PCV3
6 month HepB3 + OPV1 +influenza vaccine 1st dose.
7 months Influenza vaccine 2nd dose and thereafter one
dose every year before winter season.
9 months (completed) MMR vaccine + OPV2
12 months Hepatitis A1
15 months MMR1 + Varicella* + PCV booster
18 months IPV booster1 + DTwP booster1 + Hib booster1 + Hepatitis A2
2 years Typhoid1 (give repeat shots every 3 years)
5 years OPV5 + DTwP booster2 +MMR^ + Varicella*
10 - 12 years Tdap/Td (Every 10 years then give Td)+ HPV**
DTwP is recommended. DTaP should be given in certain specific conditions only.
#IPV can be replaced with OPV when IPV is not feasible.
**HPV is given only in females (3 doses at 0,1-2 months and 6 months interval)
^^Rotavirus 3rd dose may be required only with one brand.
^MMR 2nd dose can be given at any time 4-8 weeks after the first dose
*Varicella 2nd dose can be given anytime 3 months from the first dose
PCV= Pneumococcal conjugated vaccine, IPV= Injectable polio vaccine, Tdap = Tetanus toxoid + adult dose of pertussis and diphtheria toxoid, HPV= Human papilloma more
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