Getting vaccinations before having a disease is always a better option. Because prevention is always better than cure.
We provide vaccinations for different flu and virus. It will protect you from and your loved ones. We have specially trained pharmacists that know which vaccination is better for which disease.
Confused about vaccinations? Let us tell you more about it.
Vaccinations are a preparation of microorganisms that increases immunity towards a particular disease. The first vaccine was developed for smallpox back in 1700. It is more beneficial for children. It is seen that children who have received immunization for a particular disease are likely to fall less for that disease.
|Name of Vaccine||Age||How many shots?|
|Hepatitis B||Birth||A second at 1–2 months, a third at 6–18 months|
|Rotavirus (RV)||2 months||A second at 4 months, a third at 6 months|
|Diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough (DTaP)||2 months||A second at 4 months, a third at 6 months, a fourth at 16–18 months; then every 10 years|
|Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)||2 months||A second at 4 months, a third at 6 months, a fourth at 12–15 months|
|Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine PCV13||2 months||A second at 4 months, a third at 6 months, a fourth between months 12 and 15|
|Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV)||2 months||A second at 4 months, a third at 6–18 months, a fourth at 4 to 6 years|
|Influenza||6 months||Repeat yearly|
|Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR)||12–15 months||A second at 4–6 years|
|Varicella||12–15 months||A second at 4–6 years|
|Hepatitis A||12–23 months||A second at 6 months after the first|
|Human papillomavirus (HPV)||11–12 years old||2-shot series 6 months apart|
|Meningococcal conjugate (MenACWY)||11–12 years old||Booster at 16 years old|
|serogroup B meningococcal (MenB)||16–18 years old|
|Pneumococcal (PPSV23)||19–65+ years old|
|Herpes zoster (Shingles—RZV formulation)||two doses at 50 years old|