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  1. Infants have very little natural immunity . Their immune system develops and strengthens as they grow...

    4 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 01/06/2020

  2. A newborn will have some immunity that they got from their mom, but don't have... their own. That is why a simple infection in a newborn can be a real medical crisis, while an older child...

    9 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 01/12/2016

  3. He has to get immunity from somewhere, usually by meeting people, and getting a small shot of infection from them. You are the absolutely least problematical source, the one...

    3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 25/04/2014

  4. ...not on the first dose or first day. Nurse on demand for the immunities and antibodies. Use Motrin for pain and inflammation . ...

    2 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 17/01/2014

  5. ...vaccine. It cannot cause a whooping cough infection . Further, the most dangerous age to get whooping...39;m all right" story misses the point of herd immunity , and of course, provides little consolation if your...

    5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 28/12/2013

  6. ...possible, it's very unlikely. Newborns still have immunities from the womb, and they also have very small tonsils..., particularly that young (although other throat infections can happen). And once you're on ...

    1 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 05/12/2013

  7. ....org/article/whooping-cough-vaccine-may-still-allow-some-level- infection

    6 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 09/12/2013

  8. ...mother breastfeeds, the baby will have to some extent antibodies to fight of any infection or virus, but it's not that reliable and is not full "coverage"...

    5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 27/11/2013

  9. ...cold lowers your immune system's ability to fight off disease and infection though, and the immunity of a child is not fully developed, hence why kids get sick so...

    2 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/11/2013

  10. ...anytime in your life before you got pregnant then you passed the immunity to your child in-utero and baby is safe from infection . I'm assuming you've had one before since you recognize...

    4 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 14/07/2013

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