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I should have said that would be for you, not the baby!
I think you will have to pay for it, but it is quite cheap and they do it at Boots and supermarkets.
Thanks all for good advice. My Dh is resisting (hates doctors) but I think I'll get it
I agree. I'd get it and pay out of pocket if needed. I got it at Boots when I was in the UK. You're saving yourself the unpleasantness of flu but more importantly protecting your baby.
flu is particularly tough on babies - I would get it (in fact, we do get the shot every year, just paying for it out of pocket).
It is only given if you are in a high risk group, or the carer of someone in a high risk group.
are you in a high risk group? I have never had a flu jab and neither has dh and we have 2 kids.
My DH and I both work from home and look after our 7 month dd. should we have the flu jab? Our doc said dd wouldn't have the jab.
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