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Can my baby get the rotavirus vaccine along with other vaccines?

Your baby can get the rotavirus vaccine at the same time as other childhood vaccines. Babies get two or three doses of the rotavirus vaccine at either 2 and 4 months or at 2, 4 and 6 months. It is a liquid that the baby swallows, not a shot. The rotavirus vaccine protects babies from infection with a virus that can cause severe diarrhea.

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