The Flu Vaccine and Pregnancy
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Everyone aged 6 months or older should get a yearly influenza (flu) shot—especially pregnant women. Seasonal flu is caused by a virus that spreads easily among people. It is most common between October and May. If you are pregnant, the flu can be serious or even life- threatening. Getting a vaccine is the best way to prevent the flu. It also helps protect your baby until he or she can be vaccinated at age 6 months.

This pamphlet explains:

• what influenza is
• risks for pregnant women
• vaccination recommendations
• how the flu vaccine works
• safety of the flu vaccine
• what to do if you get the flu






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