Immunizations in first 6 months

by Cathy Parkes September 06, 2021 Updated: February 16, 2024

Immunizations in first 6 months

Immunizations within the first 6 months:

  • Birth = “B” Hep B
  • 2 months = “B. Dr. HIP”
    • Hep B, DTAP, RV, Hib, IPV, PCV
  • 4 months = “Dr. HIP”
    • DTAP, RV, Hib, IPV, PCV
  • 6 months = “B. Dr. HIP”
    • Hep B (6-12 months), DTAP, RV, Hib, IPV (3rd dose: 6-18 months), PCV

Also don't forget that children should get an annual influenza vaccine starting at age 6 months!


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