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Vaccinations in pregnancy

Vaccinations in pregnancy

Immunisations gives protection against some infectious diseases.

Getting vaccinations during pregnancy is important to you and your unborn baby.

During pregnancy a mum passes her antibodies to the baby, which helps them fight infections when they are born. It's also beneficial to mum as it prevents them from becoming ill during the pregnancy.

The NHS have lots of information regarding immunisations in pregnancy.

Your midwives and GP practices can provide you with information and answer questions about immunisations to support you to make informed choices for yourself and your family.

See more information about vaccinations in pregnancy on the Humber and North Yorkshire Maternity website.

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