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17 minutes ago, mssambrose said:

Hi guys, wanted to know if it compulsory I do all vaccinations at approved clinic, or can I go along with my own already well documented vaccination records?

You bring your records to the approved doctor and they will decide if you need any more shots or not. 


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Once the medical facility looks at your records and immunization history, they can tell what updated vaccines you would need. When I did mine, out of 8 listed vaccines, I only had to get updated for 3.


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1 hour ago, mssambrose said:

Hi guys, wanted to know if it compulsory I do all vaccinations at approved clinic, or can I go along with my own already well documented vaccination records?

Adding to what others have correctly advised, once you know which vaccines you will need, if any, you may choose to get them wherever you wish. You can usually find them cheaper at clinics, or near free from your county's public health center. I have even heard of a few CS who include vaccines in their costs for the exam. Not many, but some. They are usually the most expensive option, at least that was the case when I was calling around to find out prices.

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How much was the most expensive and the cheapest?

54 minutes ago, Amadia said:

Once the medical facility looks at your records and immunization history, they can tell what updated vaccines you would need. When I did mine, out of 8 listed vaccines, I only had to get updated for 3.

How much did they charge you for the vaccinations?

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5 minutes ago, mssambrose said:

How much was the most expensive and the cheapest?

How much did they charge you for the vaccinations?

I needed TDap, MMR, and flu. Those are the usuals that most people need. Most others are not age appropriate. I paid $45 for the flu shot at Walgreens. I paid $8 each for the TDap and MMR at my counties public health clinic. They are close to $100 each at Walgreens when I checked. The nice thing about the public health clinic is that they transferred all of my vaccine record from Mexico into the official Texas database, so now I have a complete record from in the US.

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5 hours ago, mssambrose said:

How much was the most expensive and the cheapest?

How much did they charge you for the vaccinations?

Each country is different and would be in the country's currency. Trinidad has free clinics that vaccinate so I only had to pay for the varicella (chicken pox) shot that was available only from a private medical facility. 


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