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What vaccines to expect when you’re expecting
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    09/27/2016

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    Information for pregnant women. The CDC wants you to know that vaccines are an important part of a healthy pregnancy. Certain diseases can be very serious for you and your developing baby during your pregnancy. Getting vaccines during your pregnancy can help protect you both and provide your newborn with some early disease protection. Pregnant women should get: • Flu vaccine • Whooping cough vaccine (also called Tdap) Your ob-gyn, midwife, or other healthcare professional may recommend other vaccines either before, during, or after your pregnancy. Talk to your healthcare professional about including vaccines as part of a healthy pregnancy. You can find more information at www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pregnancy CS HCVG15-MAT-103 09/27/2016 https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pregnancy/downloads/what-to-expect.pdf
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