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    Flu and Whooping Cough: Protect Yourself and Your Baby
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    Sarah McMoyler, RN posted:
    Tdap: Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (whooping cough) The best way to prevent pertussis in a young infant is by vaccinating the mother during pregnancy (Recommended after 20 weeks of pregnancy.)

    Flu shot: The flu vaccine is safe for your unborn child.
    For pregnant women, the injectable (flu shot) is recommended.
    Breastfeeding moms should receive the vaccine via nasal spray.

    For more information visit: www.cdc.gov

    Sarah McMoyler RN
    www.mcmoylermethod.com
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