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kathnrhai

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Re: vaccines available from health centers..
« Reply #15 on: September 01, 2011, 05:54:57 am »

Mommies, ano bang mga vaccines ang meron sa health center? I'm a first time mom, no idea at all. I've been reading thread re: vaccines pero mostly about prices so I am aware how costly it would be. My almost 2-week old baby got his first 2 shots already, Hepa B and BCG. I am confused whether to continue all his vaccines from his pedia or baka yung iba meron naman sa center?

Another concern is, baka malito ako lalo sa vaccines schedule niya if ever i'll visit both pedia and health center.. Enlighten me pls.
@ericamm..
ai naku.mommy,,pricey talaga ang immunization ni baby.mag5 months na ang baby ko,and tapos na sya sa 5-in-1 consisted of polio,dpt,hiv,hepa,bsta 5 yun eh..pag kasi sa center yun,ang daming turok,,kawawa naman.nun tnry ko sa center,naawa ako sa baby ko,dahil yung dpt,masakit daw yun at lalagnatin ang baby..kaya yung 2nd & 3rd dose niya,sa lying-in ako ngpapainject eh..meron kasi dun at kumpleto pa..ang alm ko,,after ng mga hiv,hepa,polio(5-in 1) is yung rota virus..para yun maiwasan ang severe diarrhea w/ vomiting ni baby. natakot kasi ako sa news, na most babies are dying because of this virus..then yung pcv..sa baby book niya.ang alm ko,andun yung list ng immunization niya..hope it would help..
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« Reply #16 on: September 01, 2011, 11:49:19 am »

^yep sis nakalagay nga sa baby book niya yung schedule at list ng vaccines. Wala nga lang masyadong descrption kaya extra effort talaga na magresearch about dun.. Nagtatanong din ako sa pedia para mas maintindihan ko yung mga vaccines, minsan kasi hindi naman sila nagpapaliwanag ng bonnga pag hindi ka nagtanong..
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« Reply #17 on: December 28, 2011, 01:08:43 pm »

hinde ko pa natry sa health center. puro sa pedia na. i have here a vaccine guide, you can check. this is the baby book of my son:

http://momayes.blogspot.com/2011/12/vaccine-guide-from-0-to-3-years-old.html?utm_source=BP_recent
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« Reply #18 on: December 28, 2011, 02:48:52 pm »



Each Health center is different. I am just lucky kasi maganda yung healt center sa amin sa Cavite. Malinis and hindi siksikan. Most of our visit kami lang andun.

On your first visit they will give a BABY BOOK with the vaccines na available sa kanila. Mostly eto :

1 BCG
3 Oral Polio Vaccine
3 DPT
2 Hepa B (since yung una provided na kung san ka nanganak)
1 measles
VItamin A (oral drop)

Sa amin meron sila almost lahat. Yung wala lang yung ROtavirus.

Since may baby book ka din naman from your pedia kapag sa center yung vaccine ikaw na maglagay ng note dun sa baby book para hindi ka maguluhan. =)

hi sis san ka sa cavite? im from cavite too... madami pang vaccine ang kulang sa above mention mo po..
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mommylala

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« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2012, 02:09:18 pm »

Mga sis may idea po ba kayo if available ba sa mga health centers ang chickenpox, hepa A at MMR?
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« Reply #20 on: January 24, 2012, 03:09:27 pm »

ay sayang may measles pala sa center sana sa center na lang ako 1500 din ang measles ni pedia.

sis walang hepaA chicken pox at MMR sa center.
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« Reply #21 on: January 24, 2012, 03:31:49 pm »

ay ganun ba Sis. thanks sa reply po ha...
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Re: vaccines available from health centers..
« Reply #22 on: January 24, 2012, 03:34:44 pm »

hi sis san ka sa cavite? im from cavite too... madami pang vaccine ang kulang sa above mention mo po..
Hi kalilipat lang po namin sa bacoor, and im not familiar pa sa health center dito, balak ko sa health center yung ibang vaccine para mkatipid n din.. San po kayo sa cavite.?thanx
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« Reply #23 on: February 03, 2012, 10:26:03 pm »

hello,
d ko pa na try sa health center pero parang gusto ko n dun n muna dalhin ang baby ko para libre okay din naman sa pedia ko n sa center un nga lang daw isa-isa ang turok kay baby d tulad sa pedia may mga 6in1 at 5in1... dami n kc nadadag n vaccine e like yung rota at ipd n ilang shots n mahal sa first baby ko kc wala pa nun mg7yrsold n sya this year kaya ngyn sa 2nd baby ko bka itry ko n sa center 3months n sya ngyn and ok n 6in1 (DPT, Polio, hib at hepB2) at rota virus niya... :)
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« Reply #24 on: February 07, 2012, 10:18:03 am »

My baby girl is four months old, and lahat ng vaccines niya so far ay sa local health center lang namin. We did this kasi eto ang recommendation ng pedia niya. Lahat daw ng vaccines na inooffer sa health center ay iavail muna namin, then pag ok na, saka na lang kami sa kanya magpa-vaccine. She was now scheduled to have her HiB vaccine sa pedia niya on the 18th of this month, and it will cost us 1,800php.

Sa health center, ang bayad ko lang is 50 pesos, tama sila na by sched yun. Hindi ka na man maguguluhan kasi when you bring the baby book, isusulat na nila dun yung schedules ng vaccine niya.

When I was still on maternity leave, ako yung nagdadala sa kanya dun. Kahit na matao, pinapauna nila si baby ko. Hindi ko alam kung bakit. Basta parati siyang center of attraction sa center. hehe.

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Re: vaccines available from health centers..
« Reply #25 on: February 12, 2012, 08:33:00 am »

Hi mommies! ask ko lang po kung ano difference ng vaccines sa health center and sa hospital? para ba siyang generic and branded? Thanks!


pareho lang yun sis.. pa vaccine mu na lang baby mu kung ano available sa center to save money.. yung iba sa pedia na.. Mas complete sa pedia as compared sa center na iilan lang..
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« Reply #26 on: February 13, 2012, 03:23:54 pm »

same din ang sabi sa akin ng pedia ng baby ko..sa center din ako nag papa vaccine ng baby ko para tipid..baby girl 4 months na.
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« Reply #27 on: September 03, 2012, 07:35:57 pm »

Joining  :)
Mga sis gusto ko sana sa center na lang si baby magpa-vaccine para maka-tipid.  hindi ba nakakatakot sa health center? pasencya na kayo kasi if ever 1st time ko magpapa-vaccine ng baby sa health center. Sana lang maayos yung health center dito sa amin at mababait yung mga doctor.  kasama niyo ba agad yung baby niyo nung first time niyong pumunta sa health center? thanks! :)
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« Reply #28 on: September 05, 2012, 12:21:19 am »

nung una medyo hesitant din akong mag pa vaccine sa health center,  okay naman service nila. not sure lang sa iba...
madalas madaming tao, tiaga nga lang sa pag antay. pero wala pang 30mins naman :)

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« Reply #29 on: September 05, 2012, 03:30:21 pm »

hi sis.. share ko lang.. naging student nurse din kasi ako sa healthcenter before..
Okay naman ang health center pero it depends pa din... sa Bacoor cavite kasi
civilize na mga healthcenter dun so complete tlgah and maayos yung patakaran nila
sa pagbibigay ng vaccine...

but ingat dn sis... once kasi ngduty kami sa IMUS cavite.. yung mga health provider dun
minsan hindi na nila napapansin na dina pla puwede or expired na yung vaccine,,,
pag xpired na kasi yung vacine yung small box sa gilid nun nagiging violet... ayun
hindi sya aware or hindi niya chineck na expired na pla un... nakita nalang namin nun ngcollect kami
ng bottle ng vacine that day pra gawing keychain... we found out na expired na pla yung mga vaccine na binigay nila
that day...

So far yung baby ko sa healthcenter din ng papa-vaccines pero syempre doble ingat ako
lage ko check yung box n un... ;)

depende sa health provider kasi un ee,,if meron tlgah syang concern.
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