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Hi All,

My fiancee has her medical appointment at St. Lukes on 5/13. Because she has not had some of her immunization shots, we are considering getting them in Calbayog City, which is very near where she lives. I was wondering if the medical exam that she must take prior to her interview includes vaccinations if the person hadn't received them already? I understand she will not not need the vaccinations for the visa interview but I heard she will need them at some point when we apply for her AOS so we felt that it was a good idea to just take care of things as soon as possible. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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its cheaper to get it in Philippines but if you have lots of money and don't worry about getting it done here in USA, you can wait and do it here. but TD(Tetanus Vaccine) isn't available in Philippines yet.

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Hi All,

My fiancee has her medical appointment at St. Lukes on 5/13. Because she has not had some of her immunization shots, we are considering getting them in Calbayog City, which is very near where she lives. I was wondering if the medical exam that she must take prior to her interview includes vaccinations if the person hadn't received them already? I understand she will not not need the vaccinations for the visa interview but I heard she will need them at some point when we apply for her AOS so we felt that it was a good idea to just take care of things as soon as possible. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

DW

my immunization back when i was a kid is not complete either or i dont know what they were knowing mom doesnt have anymore records of me... the thing though is that she dont have to worry about her past vaccination/immunization since st. lukes will take care of it... all she need to do is be healthy lol and when slec ask about past medical issue, then she'll answer it w/ all honesty so that slec will know what type of vac will be given... like does she has chicken pox or not (coz if she has chicken pox already then no need for a vac for chicken pox)... i wish her luck and tell her to drink a lot of milk to clear up the lungs hehe and to be healthy too before the med... and nothing to worry about if she has immunization or not. if she has a record then great if she dont, then its still ok! God bless!!!


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Hi All,

My fiancee has her medical appointment at St. Lukes on 5/13. Because she has not had some of her immunization shots, we are considering getting them in Calbayog City, which is very near where she lives. I was wondering if the medical exam that she must take prior to her interview includes vaccinations if the person hadn't received them already? I understand she will not not need the vaccinations for the visa interview but I heard she will need them at some point when we apply for her AOS so we felt that it was a good idea to just take care of things as soon as possible. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

DW

Save your money. St. Luke's will give her all of the required immunizations, plus, they are already included in the fee that she will pay for the medical exam. :)


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Whatever immunization she lacks , SLC will give it to her which is already included in the payment. If she still has a chicken pox scar, the better. That will be minus one of the shots she will receive. As what SJ correctly pointed out TD is not available in the Philippines so that will be given to her here before you apply for your AOS.

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even immunizations were given twice... it wont hurt the person receiving it... why it is safe for SLEC to give shots if you are not sure you have received them before...

i cant remember if i had chicken pox before... and the doctor said it wont hurt to have the shot for prevention...


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Thanks everyone for your input. I don't think my fiancee had many of her vaccinations when she was younger. She told me she had some when she was very young but her parents misplaced the records. I'm not sure if she had the chicken pox before but she have the mumps when she younger. Thanks again.

DW

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