Vaccine Name :

TdaP: Tetanus and Diphtheria Toxoids and a Cellular Pertussis Vaccine

About Vaccination :

This is Booster Vaccine given at the age of 11, which is given after DTaP ( vaccine is for children 0-7 years).TDAP/TD and DTaP are inactivated bacterial vaccines that protect against diphtheria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis.n n If you are a woman who has had a child in the last few years or is pregnant, then you most likely (hopefully) have had the Tdap vaccine in your 2nd-3rd trimester. The current recommendation is that pregnant women are given the vaccine between 27-36 weeks’ gestation.n If the letter is capitalized then it’s a higher dose of the antigen.

Total Number of Dosage : 


Dosage Time : 

Dose 1 : 10 to 12 years

Importance : 

Getting this booster after having the DTaP vaccine is important because the immunity from DTaP wanes after the vaccine given at age 4-6.nAfter Effects: 

Most side effects are mild, meaning they do not affect daily activities. They also get better on their own in a few days. The most common side effects from theTdap vaccine include Redness, swelling, pain, and tenderness where you got the shot Body-ache Fatigue,Fever.

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