Quoting P3RvYmCp3rv:" Honestly they say anybody over 6 months can get it so no he isn't too young. Secondly if there is already ... [snip!] ... get the flu since it takes a while to build up and he would have to have TWO shots since it is his first time getting them. "
Quoting Mommy&Noah:" <blockquote><b>Quoting P3RvYmCp3rv:</b>" And future reference. If you want to get him ... [snip!] ... year, get it at the beginning of the season "</blockquote> Sorry if I sound stupid but when does the season start?"I think they started giving shots in september or october here.
Quoting Jennybananna:" I think they started giving shots in september or october here."They started in Sept here because we got both of the kids' at A's 2 year appt. But yeap Sept. and Oct is usually when places get them!
Quoting Olive ♥:" I think it might be a little late.. The shot doesn't start working immediately, and he needs 2 shots, spaced out. Not just 1."
Quoting Ꭶwan♥Nemö:" Its not too late yet, peak isnt until mid february/early march. takes about 2 weeks to fully set in"That far away?! Dang, I can't imagine how many cases of it there will be by then.
Quoting Ꭶwan♥Nemö:" Its not too late yet, peak isnt until mid february/early march. takes about 2 weeks to fully set in"But children 2 doses and they have to be 28 days apart. So you are looking 6 weeks before they are "fully protected" then you at end of feb