Detailed cost of vaccination/ Immunization in India (Birth to 10 years of age) – with pdf file download

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Cost of Vaccination/ Immunization in India


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In India, there are number of vaccines given to a child since birth right upto the age of five years. and each vaccine has a different schedule and dosage. To complicate further every vaccine has multiple brand names which determines its market cost. There isn’t a proper site which lists out the cost according to the Immunization schedule.

Hence to ease out this nerve wracking job of calculating the cost of vaccination each time you visit a doctor, I have compiled a list of various vaccines with their brand names, cost given at each week. So do download the file and relax!!!

FOR A COLOR CODED AND SIMPLIFIED VERSION  DOWNLOAD THE PDF FILE HERE: Detailed cost of vaccination in India

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GO THROUGH THE DETAILED COST OF VACCINES/IMMUNIZATION IN INDIA BELOW:

PLEASE NOTE:

  1. Prices are as that of on July 2015, Variations may occur in the upcoming months
  2. Prices differ from one company to another, unlike in the West.
  3. Prices are only indicative, and subject to variation.
  4. The charges at a peadiatrian’s clinic may also include OPD/consultation charges, hence total cost may vary
  5. The cost also varies depending on the amount vaccine in a vial bought. Single vaccine vial will cost more, hence some of the vaccines have a range of the cost in the document.
  6. The choice of DPT combination vaccine may change the immunization schedule. To know how, first read my post: Painful versus painless vaccines – Article on different DPT combination vaccines
  7. Please also download the Recent immunization schedule by IAP -2014, which I have simplified and colour coded from this link: IMPORTANT: Indian Immunization schedule recommended by Indian Academy of Pediatrics (with 2014 modifications)
  8. Do consult your doctor thoroughly before every vaccination.
  9. Cost of booster may cost less (200 -500 Rupees) than the main vaccine

Detailed cost of vaccination/ Immunization in India (Birth to 10 years of age)

Glossary:

  • IPV= Injectable Polio vaccine
  • OPV= Oral polio vaccine (these are oral drops, which is also given in “Pulse Polio Programme”)
  • DPT= Diphtheria + Pertusis +Tetanus vaccine (3 Diseases)
  • HiB= Hemophilus Influenza B vaccine
  • Hep B= Hepatitis B
  • MMR= Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccine (3 Diseases)
  • PCV= Pneumococcal Vaccine
  • Varicella= Chicken Pox


Age Vaccine Brand/Manufacturer Indian Rupees/dose*(Approximate cost)
AT BIRTH BCG Serum India Limited 10
Aventis Pastur 25
OPV – Zero Dose Panacea Laboratories 115
Halfkin Bio-Pharmaceuticals 72
Aventis Pasteur India Ltd 72
Hepatitis B Engerix Paed 249
Enivac HB Paed 100
Revac B Pead 100
6 WEEKS10 WEEKS

14 WEEKS

These below vaccine (at 6,10 & 14 weeks) can be given in combination or seperately, hence the cost will vary on the combination and brand used. Following are some available combinations in India:
1.      DPT – 12.      IPV–1

3.      HiB – 1

4.      HEPATITIS B (at  6 weeks only and not at 10 and 14 weeks)

Triple Antigen DPT 3 (GSK)11(Bio E)

16 (Serum Intl)

Tripvac DPT 11
Infanrix DPaT 699
Tripacel DPwT 750
Easy four DPT +HIB 530
Easy five DPT+HIB +HEP B 585
Ecovac DPT+ HEP B 1090
Pentavac DPT +HIB +HEPB 500
Pentaxim DTaP+HIB +IPV 1893
Imovax polio IPV 365
Erapol IPV 35
Hiberix HiB 325
Peda HIB HiB 250 – 350
5.      ROTAVIRUS -1 ROTARIX (by GSK)TWO doses are required at one month interval Rs. 1099/dose(Total cost: Rs. 2198).
ROTATEQ (by MSD)THREE doses are required at one month interval Rs. 900/ dose(Total cost Rs. 2700)
6.      PCV –1 Prevnar-13 3800
6 Months OPV – 1 Panacea Laboratories 115
Halfkin Bio-Pharmaceuticals 72
Aventis Pasteur India Ltd 72
Hepatitis B Engerix Paed 249
Enivac HB Paed 100
Revac B Pead 100
9 Months OPV – 2 Panacea Laboratories 115
Halfkin Bio-Pharmaceuticals 72
Aventis Pasteur India Ltd 72
MMR -1 Tresivac 116
Trimovax 72
Trimovax Merieux 70
Morupar 75
Priorix 499
9-12 Months Typhoid -1 Typherix 290
Typhivax 290
12 Months Hepatitis A Avaxim Paediatric (80 Unit) 915
Havrix 1099 – 1650
Biovac-A 1210
15 Months MMR-2 Tresivac 116
Trimovax 72
Trimovax Merieux 70
Morupar 75
Priorix 499
Varicella -1 Okavax 1345
Varilrix 1345
PCV – Booster Prevnar-13 3800
16- 18 months DTwP/DTaP  Booster

Hib Booster

IPV Booster

Triple Antigen DPT 3 (GSK)11(Bio E)

16 (Serum Intl)

Tripvac DPT 11
Infanrix DPaT 699
Tripacel DPwT 750
Easy four DPT +HIB 530
Pentavac DPT +HIB +HEPB 500
Pentaxim DTaP+HIB +IPV 1893
Imovax polio IPV 365
Erapol IPV 35
Hiberix HiB 325
Peda HIB HiB 250 – 350
18 months Hep A-2 Avaxim Paediatric (80 Unit) 915
Havrix 1099 – 1650
Biovac-A 1210
2 years Typhoid Booster Typherix 290
Typhivax 290
4 to 6 years DTwP/DTaP Triple Antigen DPT 3 (GSK)11(Bio E)

16 (Serum Intl)

Tripvac DPT 11
Infanrix DPaT 699
Tripacel DPwT 750
OPV (oral polio vaccine) Panacea Laboratories 115
Halfkin Bio-Pharmaceuticals 72
Aventis Pasteur India Ltd 72
Varicella Okavax 1345
Varilrix 1345
Typhoid Booster Typherix 290
Typhivax 290
10 to 12 years Tdap/Td Boostrix 769
HPV Cervarix 6000
Gardasil 8400

 

*Range of cost varies with ampoules of injection available. For example a 10 ml of ampoule will cost lesser per dose of 0.5ml when divided, than a 0.5 ml ampoule

 

FLU VACCINE

Additionally to the above mentioned IAP schedule, paediatricians also recommend an influenza vaccine which protects from Influenza Vaccine (A&B), H1N1 Vaccine (Swine Flu). The following are the brands with their cost, which are available in India:

Vaxigrip-pead 556 Rupees
Influvac 650 Rupees

*DISCLAIMER:  Please do check the ingredients and cost of the vaccine on the manufacturer’s website. Do discuss the vaccine in detail with your paediatrician before making a decision. We DO NOT promote any brands. This article is only for information and discussion. It is NOT an advice column.

 


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198 thoughts on “Detailed cost of vaccination/ Immunization in India (Birth to 10 years of age) – with pdf file download

  1. Hiii Gauri madam,
    Thanks for the information
    Can you guide me please…..
    My son was born on 11.09.2016
    And first vaccination was given just after birth.
    Then the next vaccination was given last month and it was painful injection but now I want to change…. painful to painless injection for my son and I also read all information given by you
    But my baby doctor advised me for giving the painful one…… because the first vaccination was given painful so I can’t star now the painless injection for my little one.
    Now my question is
    Can I give the painless injection for my son…. his next vaccination date was 24.11.2016 but I can’t take the decision
    Please advise me guide me

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    • Hi Ayantika,

      Let me first clear this fact thay both the injections are painful at the time of injection. The difference is that acellular DPT (i.e painless) injection has lesser side effects like swelling, fever, post injection pain etc.

      The second difference is that the pentavalent injections not only have DPT but 2 more constituents. Hence the schedule of immunization changes on the type of vaccine chosen by you. For more information do refer my post :
      https://raisingtwinsblog.com/tag/painless-versus-painful-vaccines/

      Thridly, 1st DPT dose is given at 6 weeks.

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      • Hi Gauri ,
        Thanks a lot for the most useful information that each parent should take a note .

        Also I think sharing my thoughts on below parameters apart from cost that the parents should maintain the chart properly provided by the hospital at the birth of child. Also the chart should have the columns for Brand ( Company ) of vaccine used by Dr alongwih Mfg Batch no ,date of expiry & Dr’s Name who has given the dose . Although this is tough for parents without the help of Drs due to their time constraints .

        This will help for future references & will be a data for any study related the efficacy of the Brands. If this data is maintained by the Dr’s then it will more easily available for references.

        Await your valuable comments.

        Thanks & Regards,
        Shubhangi

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      • Hi Shubhangi,

        Thanks a lot for your input. You are absolutely right.
        1) Every vaccine should be noted down in the vaccination chart from birth, with due dates and actual date of vaccine given.
        2) At every visit the weight, height/length and head circumference of the child has to be recorded
        3) Pentavalent vaccines come with small stickers in their packaging with the brand name, batch and manufacturing date which can be stuck to the vaccination chart for records. And most of the doctors dutifully do this.
        4)But in case of studies related to efficacy, that will require more detailed data collection, which most government institutes carry out.

        Regards,
        Gauri

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  2. GR8 Work Gauriji, Now Atleast people will know how they are exploited by the pediatrics. I was searching for such information & was glad to find out that somebody is working on it. There is one app called vaccinebox on google playstore. It also has updated vaccines price & even store the vaccination schedule in digital format. Hope it will be useful to you for updating your records as well for others to store vaccination information. 👍

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  3. Gauri Ji,

    Can you guide me regarding PCV vaccination. My baby Doctor advised me for DTP, Hib,IPV, OPV, Rotavirus and PCV and HEP B at 8 weeks of Birth. I got vaccinated my kid at Govt. Hospital and they gave Injection ‘Penta’ and told it has five injection including DTP, Hib and HEP. B and gave oral drop of OPV and Rotavirus and told IPV and PCV is not available at Govt. Hospital as per Govt. norms. They told if u wish you can take IPV and PCV from out side.

    Whether is it necessary to take IPV if OPV is given at 8 week of age and whether PCV is required. My baby was born on 23.08.2016 and was given first Vaccination on 26.10.2016 which does not include IPV and PCV.
    Can u guide me, if both are necessary when to plan for both these injections.

    Thanks and regards

    Ajay Dass

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    • Hi Ajay

      Injectable polio vaccine (IPV)is more potent than oral polio vaccine (OPV). So if you even miss a dose of OPV sometimes then it’s ok untill unless IPV course is completed and not the other way around. As per recent recommendation government has started IPV at its centers. Secondly I recommend vaccinating your child with PCV 13 or PCV 10 if cost is not an issue, since it provides protection pneumonia, ear infections and meningitis caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae. It is recommended in children of less than 5 yearrs of age.

      For the detailed schedule you can refer to my older blog posts.

      Regards,
      Gauri

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  4. Thanks for sharing this great details. But as I am involved in research I want to know that how many recombinant vaccines are available in market for specific diseases? And is there any recombinant vaccine is available for rota virus in market? Please send me reply on my email. It will help me a lot to Start my project in vaccine development.

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  5. ​Hello Gauri ji,
    Thanks for all the info. I have read all the post and queries by parents and your replies which is great information for the first time parent like me.

    Please guide me whether i should go for painless or painfull vaccination for my one and half month old kid. I have read various post on the comparison(pros and cons) on that, but still confused for first vaccination of DwPT or DaPT. My doctor informed me price for each DaPT dose will be Rs. 4200/- and for DwPT will be Rs. 3000. Is it ok.

    Also is it appropriate to get vaccination from Govt. setup.
    Kindly guide me.

    Thanks a lot in advance for giving your valuable time for all the quaries.

    Regards

    Ajay Dass​

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    • Hi Ajay,

      No doubt choosing between Acellular and cellular DPT is quite confusing, hence will make the following points to make your choice easier:
      1) The original DTP vaccine, which(diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis) became available in the USA in 1948 and was critical to dropping the number of cases of whooping cough
      2)Unfortunately, during the 80’s and 90’s, rare side effects of the available pertussis vaccines were noticed. Whole-cell DTP vaccines were associated with several local adverse events (for example, erythema, swelling, and pain at the injection site), fever, and other mild systemic events (for example, drowsiness, fretfulness, and anorexia) and rare side effects like convulsions and encephalopathy
      3) Because of the safety concerns, scientists began develop a more purified version of pertussis component called “acellular”, in 1997, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommended the full switch from the whole-cell to acellular pertussis vaccine. Almost all children were immunized using the acellular version by 1999.
      4) In India due to the huge difference in price in cellular and Acellular vaccines, both are continued to be used in Government and Private practice.
      5) Recently in 2013 there was an article published in Pediatrics supports the hypothesis that the whole cell vaccine is much more effective than the current acellular version.Hence many Pediatricians now recommend atleast one dose of cellular vaccine.
      7) Many Government set ups do provide vaccines at a resonable price.

      This is the link for the whole article: https://raisingtwinsblog.com/2016/09/16/comparing-effectiveness-of-two-types-of-pertussis-vaccines-cellular-and-acellular-dptdtp-vaccine/

      Hope this information makes your doubts clear

      Regards,
      Gauri

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  6. Hello,
    The 1st dose of MMR is recommended at 9 months. Previously this was at 12-15 months. The manufacturer of Priorix says to give this vaccine at 12 months of age.
    http://ca.gsk.com/media/591220/priorix.pdf

    Even the US recommends the 1st dose at 12 months.
    http://www.immunize.org/askexperts/experts_mmr.asp

    The guidebook on immunization published by the IAP also recommends the 1st dose of MMR to be given at minimum age of 12 months.

    So what should I do now? Should the MMR 1 be given at 9 months or 12 months? I asked two doctors (pediatrics) wh0 gave differing opinions. One doctor said to give MMR-1 at 9 months. The other doctor said to give MMR-1 at 12 months and M-Vac (for Measles) at 9 months.
    Totally confused ! Please help !

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  7. Hi, I do not want to give PCV to my baby due to three reasons, 1) Govt of India has not put it into the list of mandatory vaccines, 2) its very expensive, 3) sufficient data is not available to show that this vaccine actually works. Do I have a point?

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    • Hi,
      1) Following is the link to the IAP (Indian Academy of Pediatrics) website for the 2016 Immunization schedule: http://www.iapindia.org/page.php?id=129, as you can see PCV is recommended by IAP. I am not sure which Government source you have referred (please do provide the source)
      2) The most common PCV vaccine used in India is Prevnar 13 which is manufactured by Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Marketed by Pfizer Inc (http://www.prevnar13.com/), hence the cost is more (not sure why government has not reduced the cost or made it available at a reasonable price in government set up)
      3) For more studies on PCV vaccine you can refer to IAP website
      4) Last but not the least, to vaccinate or not to vaccinate your child is solely your decision as you are the primary care giver and responsible for his/her well being. Hope you will do the right thing

      Regards,
      Gauri

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  8. Gauri ma’am,
    First of all, I would like to thank you sincerely for such a great useful post and creating awareness. I was searching for vaccine related information but I didn’t find any authentic and useful site/page except yours.
    I have a serious question regarding charges for vaccination.
    My parents recently in JUN-JUL-AUG gave pending vaccines (3) to their grand-daughter who is 6 years old. Those vaccines were related to flu and chickenpox.
    They were charged 5000/- (five thousand) for each vaccine every time. So total they paid 15000/-.
    After reading this article I am shocked. I am bit outraged if this is kind of loot (unreasonable charges) by doc. Rather than choosing different doc next time, I want to go to same doc but raise questions to her. Can you please guide me on how can I make that doc give reasons for her charges (of course doc need to have fear for providing wrong information to me)
    I will certainly not take the answer that doc is free to charge as they think.

    Please do reply.

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    • Hi, Hemant.
      I am confused as to if you paid 15,000 in total or everytime. In any case I suggest the following:
      1. I have made the above list by visiting the vaccine manufacturers site. The above prices are for the year 2015. Latest I have checked they have not updated the price. I advice you to again check the price according to the brand.
      2) Whenever you visit the doctor, the doctor also adds consultation and other charges to the total cost. Plus the cost may vary depending on the vaccine preferred by the doctor and the amount of stock bought . Hence it is quite difficult to argue on this point since the doctor is not obliged to give his/her treatment free or for a lesser charge. (If it’s a private practice)
      3) The above vaccines are also available at Government dipensaries at a reasonable price
      4) Last but not the least you can “discuss” with your doctor regarding the charges and other options for vaccines, for that you are obviously entitled to.

      Hope you find a solution to your query

      Regards,
      Gauri

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  9. Hi Gouri mam,

    For 15 months MMR 2 and varicella 1 is given of company TRESIVAC . Can u please tell me what is the cost for both and also please also help me for cost of PCV booster which doctor told he will give after 10 days.

    Thanks

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  10. Its really great and important information. Thanks for all the efforts.
    I wanted to know about the vaccination for chicken pox. I heard that it can be given at the age of 2 years and if it is missed at 2 then we can give it @5years. Also can I get the details of cost for this vaccination. It will be great help.

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    • 1)The varicella vaccine is given by injection when kids are between 12 and 15 months old. They receive a booster shot for further protection at 4 to 6 years of age.
      2)Kids who are older than 6 but younger than 13 who have not had chickenpox also may receive the vaccine, with the two doses given at least 3 months apart.
      3)Kids 13 years or older who have not had either chickenpox or the vaccine need two vaccine doses at least 1 month apart

      Detailed cost of this vaccine is given in my blog post.

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  11. hi gauri can you suggest us some good pediatrics where we can go for this vaccination but at cheaper rates as the private clinics are charging too much my baby is 8 days old, plz help , i am from pune staying near katraj

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    • Hi, I am afraid the cost of vaccines in Private clinics in Pune are in the same range. You can try Government dispensaries for reasonable price, but with lesser choice in brand and type of vaccine. Near Katraj area I recommend Bharti Vidyapeeth hospital or Dr. Lalvani’s clinic for good pediatric care.

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  12. Thnx mam fr sharing this impact. Information. Can vaccination given at govt dispensaries are enough for a child or we need to give them private vaccinations as both had a different planner?

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  13. Thanks so much for helping us make more informed decisions – Vaccines have become the biggest cash cows for company profitability nowadays. Dearth of IPV, so opted for Pentaxim without a choice, Municipal and Government hospitals in Pune not close to my place or make child wait for two plus hours. Cost was close to 2500 Rs for a 2014 December batch vaccine at Columbia Asia hospital (in spite of a 5% markdown from MRP). Almost at 25K mark till now for my four month old.

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  14. Hello Gauri madam,
    Today morning my wife went with twins boys to hospital to get their vaccination for 10week since in 6weeks bill came to 16000rs for two. and again today bill came to 16800 for two.
    i am unable to understand why its so costly?

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    • Hi, the cost will vary according to the type and brand of vaccines used, as i have mentioned in my post.There is another option of getting vaccines from a government set up, they use the same brand for everyone and is available at a reasonable price.. And I do understand that incase of twins, the cost doubles. It is a price we have to pay for the protection and we’ll being of our children. Thanks for posting.

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    • Hi, I prefer Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (called PCV13), which protects against 13 types of pneumococcal bacteria. In this artical I have noted down the most commonly recommended vaccines in India. For other vaccines you will have to log on the the manufacturers site for details.

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  15. Good day!

    May I know if that vaccines you posted were ALL made in India?

    Because here in Philippines, all those three vaccines of ROTAVIRUS are double and even triple the price.

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    • Hi, Joan

      There are two major brands of rotavirus which are availablle in India:
      1) Rotarix -Manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals,
      Rixensart, Belgium, US License 1617 and Distributed by GlaxoSmithKline
      Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

      2) RotaTeq – The active substance is manufactured at West Point, Pennsylvania, USA and distributed by Sanofi Pasteur MSD, SNC, 8, rue Jonas Salk, F-69367 Lyon Cedex 07, France

      For more information you can log on to their websites.

      Thanks for your comments

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  16. In India under universal immunization programme vaccines for 6 preventable deceases such as T B,diphtheria,whooping cough,tetanus,polio,and measles are available free of cost since 1985.Is there any other decease under free category introduced later.Why cost of medicines for BCG,DTP,and polio are mentioned cost shedule

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  17. Thanks for such a good file uploaded.

    My son is born sep 2005 so is 10 yrs 10mths
    We had given typhoid 1st in 2011 and chicken pox 1st in 2008.
    NOt given any hep A.

    Now dr has advised typhoid, Chicken pox, TDAP and Hep A1.
    Cost said is 5500/-
    I feel cost istoo high
    Plz advise and also whether all thus vaccines reqd now

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  18. mam pls update the date on which u have updated the cost of vaccines as it will help parents to negotiate with doctor for the prices

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    • This is a 2015 chart. The cost of 2016 has not been updated by the manufacturers. The costs of vaccines may vary from clinic to clinic, as it may also include opd charges and difference in manufacturer cost.

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    • OPV 1 (oral polio drops) is given at 6 weeks. But injectable Polio vaccine (IPV) is more important. Additionally it is also given at pulse polio programmes. Hepatitis B 3 is given at 6 months or in combination with pentavalent vaccines, and is also important

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  19. Also the schedule of hepatitis B is: 0, 1 and 6 months, since some pentavalent vaccines have hepatitis B in it, they are given at 10 and 14 weeks. So if you are planning to give hepatitis B separately then why not give it in its original schedule. Do consult your doctor regarding this

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  20. Hello Gauri maam.yesterday when we went to immunise baby of 10 weeks drs only gave dpt and opv.then they called us to come on monday for hib and hepatitisb.we are planning to go tom to take petavalent . Since already dpt ws given yesterday can we take pentavalent or should i only go for two pricks one for hib and 2nd one for hepb.awaiting for u r early reply.

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    • Hi, since all vaccines given to babies, have a standard dose and schedule. So if you give any pentavalent vaccine so soon it will double the dose of dpt. I don’t know which brand was given to your baby, but I advise you to take only hib and hepatitis B only since dpt is already given.

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  21. Hi Gauri,first of all many thanks for sharing such a wonderful information.It is really helpfull to all especially to those who are enjoying their first fatherhood like me.I would like to clear my doubt,is it OK to go in Government hospital for vaccination of my 1 month child. As you have mentioned in your earlier blog that it is almost free in government hospital. But I have a doubt regarding the quality and genuineness of the vaccine. Please suggest.

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  22. I have given my child pentavac on 6th week so now should I give her pentavac or easy 4. does changing manufacture matters and also in 10th week Hep B vaccine is not there but it is present in pentavac. please guide me on this

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    • 1) Pentavac and Easy 5 are almost same (Manufacturer is different)
      2) Easy 4 is Easy 5 minus Hepatitis B
      3) Giving Pentavac or easy 4 on 10th and 14th week is ok, you can give hepatitis B dose at 6th month (since schedule of hepatitis B is 0, 1 and 6 months)
      4) Also continuing Easy 5 or pentavac is also ok (since hepatitis B will be harmless)

      But do consult with your pediatrician thoroughly about the schedule and availability of the vaccines.

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  23. Thanks you for sharing such important topic related to everyone’s life. generally we don’t know which manufacturer medicine doctor are using during vaccination. we pay them as they demand without any questioning. it will definitely help us.

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  24. Thanks a lot for sharing such an important information on the complete list of vaccinations for children… I would request you to update the COST at regular intervals & keep a fixed URL web page so that everyone can save the same URL to see your refreshed web page with updated cost or vacinations…
    Thanks once again.

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  25. Thanks gauri..its really helpful..but one point..plz update it every year..because recently i hv given BCG vaccine to my baby..it costs 61 rs..so if you give the updated price version it will be more helpful to all
    Thanks and regards for ur effort

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  26. I wish to have detailed list of baby vaccination since birth including cost of vaccination. Also your comments and views about rotavirus.

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    • Hi,
      You can download the pdf file I have attached in the blog post above which has detailed approximate cost of vaccines according to the brands used. Since each doctor uses different brands, the cost may vary. The cost of rota virus vaccine is also given. It’s important to give oral rota virus vaccine to prevent diarrhoea resulting in dehydration in children.

      Regards,
      Gauri K

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