Here’s a handy guide that gives you the timeline for each the vaccinations that your baby will be receiving until she is 16 years old.
|1-2 months||Hepatitis B|
|2 months||DTaP, Hib, Polio (IPV), Pneumococcal (PCV), Rotavirus|
|4 months||DTaP, Hib, Polio (IPV), Pneumococcal (PCV), Rotavirus|
|6 months||DTaP, Hib, Pneumococcal (PCV), Rotavirus|
|6-18 months||Hepatitis B, Polio (IPV)|
|12-15 months||Hib, MMR, Pneumococcal (PCV), MMR|
|12-23 months||Hepatitis A|
|4-6 Years||DTaP, Polio (IPV) MMR, Varicella|
|11-12 Years||Tdap (DTaP booster), Meningococcal (MCV4), HPV|
To Download a customized printable spreadsheet, click here! just enter your baby’s date of birth and get a personalized immunization schedule.
And here’s the summary of the number of shots she will be receiving from birth until 16 years old. Click on the name of the vaccine for more information – what is it? Who should get it and when? What are the risks? What to do if there is a reaction to the vaccine? And more…
|Hepatitis B||3 Shots|
|Haemophilus Influenzae Type b (Hib)||3 or 4 Shots|
|Polio (IPV)||4 Shots|
|Pneumococcal (PCV)||4 Shots|
|Rotavirus||2 or 3 Doses|
|Influenza (seasonal and H1N1 flu)||Yearly**|
|Measles-mumps-rubella (MMR)||2 Shots|
|Varicella (chicken pox)||2 Shots|
|Hepatitis A||2 Shots|
|Meningococcal (MCV4)||2 Shots***|
|Human papillomavirus (HPV)||3 Shots|
* Including a Tdap booster shot at 11-12 years old.
** The flu vaccine is recommended once a year for kids 6 months and older. Two doses are required if child is receiving influenza vaccine for the first time.
*** Including a booster shot at 16 years old.
This tool is based on the 2014 schedule published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and approved by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Academy of Family Physicians.
The immunization scheduler is designed as a general educational aid only. Check with your physician for an exact immunization schedule.