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5 in 1 immunizations menigitis c & pneumococcal in tai po

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    5 in 1 immunizations menigitis c & pneumococcal in tai po

    Hello all,
    Can anyone help me. I am returning to Hong Kong with my baby who will be just turning three months when we return. She is having her first lot of immunizations in UK. This means she will be having the 5 in 1 immunization along with the Pneumoccoccal but missing the Menengitis C one. Does anyone know of a Dr/clinic that does the 5 in 1 (DT5aP/IPV/Hib) , Pneumococcal and Men C injections as I will need to do the boosters in HK. Any help would be great as it is so confusing with all these different injections. I am in Tai Po so anywhere local to there would be better but I am willing to travel.. Thank you all...

    Merry Christmas!!!

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    Hi Bo

    Doc Wu is a very nice doctor, I have been taking my baby to see him, his details are:-

    Kelvin S.W Wu
    Shop 109-110, 1/f,
    Shopping Arcade,
    Fortune Plaza,
    Taipo

    Tel: 2665 7955

    Mon : 0830-1300; 1530-2000
    Tue : 0830-1300; 1530-2000
    Wed : 0830-1300; 1530-2000
    Thur : Closed ; 1530-2000
    Fri : 0830-1300; 1530-2000

    Sat,Sun and Public Holiday : 0830-1300

    Call before you go cause the nurses can tell you how long you have to wait!
    :groupwave:

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    Thank you, do you know if this surgery defaintley does all of the above vacs..
    Many Thanks :)

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    My 2-month old baby had the DPT vaccine (1st dose) along with Polio Trivalent (1st dose). And now I'm praying she doesn't get a fever. Shes due for 2nd dose and 3rd dose before she's 6 months. Is there a way I can avoid having her injected multiple times?

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    my DR was really clever. He and his nurse inject our baby at the same time so in effect the baby only feels pain once although in two spots. But our baby got over it very quickly.

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