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When is the chickenpox vaccine given?
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Dr. HECTOR Franco
Dermatology
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In brief: Childhood
In children that have not had the vaccine or chicken pox should get vaccine: first dose 12-15 mos second dose 4-6 yrs.
If no vaccine or chicken pox by age 13 yrs. First dose followed by second dose 28 days later.

In brief: Childhood
In children that have not had the vaccine or chicken pox should get vaccine: first dose 12-15 mos second dose 4-6 yrs.
If no vaccine or chicken pox by age 13 yrs. First dose followed by second dose 28 days later.
Dr. HECTOR Franco
Dr. HECTOR Franco
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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
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In brief: 12 mos and a Booster
The recommended schedule is 12months with a booster between 4-6 years of age.
The 2nd dose can be as early as 3 mos after the 1st for children under 13.

In brief: 12 mos and a Booster
The recommended schedule is 12months with a booster between 4-6 years of age.
The 2nd dose can be as early as 3 mos after the 1st for children under 13.
Dr. Mark Diamond
Dr. Mark Diamond
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