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We are worried for our kid and it was not even born yet. My wife is in a 6th moth and so far there weren’t any problems, at least no major ones. Anyway, I have started reading about the use of the vaccination and I would like to know-is it true that the baby gets its first vaccine in the first month of life. When does a baby get its first vaccine?

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Well, it depends form the country to country but the process of vaccination (or active immunization) has to start in the first couple of months, so that the baby can start creating its own antibodies that will successfully prevent many very dangerous conditions and infections. So you see that it is something that has to be done.
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Did your doctor has not provided you with a card in which every vaccination time is mentined.
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