Flu Vaccines for 2020-21 will be available from 9.16.2020
Vaccination is by appointment and for Practice Patients only. To schedule an appointment, please call
Why does being pregnant put me at higher risk for getting the flu?
Changes to a pregnant woman’s immune system can make her more sensitive to the flu.
You should get the flu vaccine as soon as it is available in your area.
The flu shot is the only flu vaccine approved for pregnant women.
You should not get the nasal spray.
If you get the flu shot during your pregnancy it will provide some protection to your baby after he or she is born.
Once the baby is born, breastfeeding will help your baby stay healthy, especially during flu season.
If you have flu-like symptoms, contact your health care provider as soon as possible.
2020/2021 Influenza Consent - Pregnancy
Please click following link named after its content and download "2020-2021 Influenza Vaccine Consent Form (Pregnancy)", a PDF File. Please complete this consent form and bring a completed and signed form to receive the Flu Vaccine during your OB Office visit.
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists advises all pregnant women to get the Flu Vaccine:
Prevention and Control of Seasonal Influenza with Vaccines: Recommendations of the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices 2020–21 Influenza Season are posted at:
Before Your Visit: Please review the Vaccine Information Sheet (VIS) published Dated 08.15.2019 by the Centers of Disease Control at http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/flu.pdf A copy could be provided for you upon request to review at our office and before the vaccine is administered. This VIS Dated 8.15.2019 holds current for 'Flu Season 2020-21.'
Again, vaccination is for Practice Patients only and please call (847) 466-7260 to schedule this additional service during your regular OB Office Visit.
UpToDate Healthcare for Women is committed to healthy mom, babies and families. We are pleased to offer FLUARIX QUADRIVALENT 2020-2021 flu vaccine to protect pregnant moms and their babies. To keep our community safe from flu, we urge all families to consider getting the Influenza vaccine this season.
For detailed prescription information on FLUARIX Quadrivalent (Influenza Vaccine) 2020-2021 Formula; follow the link for HIGHLIGHTS OF PRESCRIBING INFORMATION & FULL PRESCRIBING INFORMATION:
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