Holistic Vaccine Schedule

holistic vaccine schedule

When should you avoid live vaccines?

Severely immunocompromised persons generally should not receive live vaccines (3). Because of the theoretical risk to the fetus, women known to be pregnant generally should not receive live, attenuated virus vaccines (4).[1]

What vaccines are most important for babies?

Hepatitis B (2nd dose). Diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough (pertussis) (DTaP). Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib). Polio (IPV). Pneumococcal (PCV). Rotavirus (RV).[2]

Which routine vaccines are live?

Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR combined vaccine). Rotavirus. Smallpox. Chickenpox. Yellow fever.[3]

Is rotavirus vaccine necessary?

Rotavirus spreads easily among infants and young children. The virus can cause severe watery diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain. Children who get rotavirus disease can become dehydrated and may need to be hospitalized. CDC recommends that infants get rotavirus vaccine to protect against rotavirus disease.[4]

Which vaccines should not be given together?

Nonsimultaneous Administration of Live Vaccines If any combination of live, injected vaccines (MMR-II, ProQuad, Varivax) or live, attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV [FluMist]) is not administered simultaneously, the vaccine doses should be separated by at least 4 weeks.[5]

Are there eggs in vaccines?

Most flu vaccines today are produced using an egg-based manufacturing process and thus contain a small amount of egg protein called ovalbumin.[6]

What vaccines can babies Skip?

Both delay vaccines, and one of them also allows parents to skip shots for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), chickenpox, hepatitis A and polio.[7]

Is it OK to delay vaccination for babies?

As mentioned earlier, delay in vaccination is manageable. Having said that, it is important to administer deferred doses as soon as it is feasible. Missed vaccination puts the child at risk of contracting the disease the vaccine was meant to protect against.[8]

What vaccines are optional for babies?

#1. Rotavirus Vaccine (RV) Rotavirus is highly contagious and has the potential to lead to severe dehydration and even death. #2. Varicella Vaccine (Chickenpox Vaccine). #3. Hepatitis A Vaccine. #4. Meningococcal Vaccine (MCV).[9]

What are the 4 types of vaccines?

Subunit, recombinant, conjugate, and polysaccharide vaccines use particular parts of the germ or virus. They can trigger very strong immune responses in the body because they use a specific part of the germ. Although the immune responses are strong, these types of vaccines may need topping up over time.[10]

Why do you have to wait 28 days between live vaccines?

The immune response to one live-virus vaccine might be impaired if administered within 28 days (i.e., 4 weeks) of another live-virus vaccine (63,64).[11]

What is a protein based vaccine?

Novavax is a protein-based vaccine. This type of vaccine contains part of the coronavirus spike protein. Your immune system cells recognise the spike protein as a threat and begin building an immune response against it. The Novavax vaccine also has an ingredient called the Matrix-M adjuvant.[12]