Who should not get a haemophilus b conjugate vaccine?

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If children are allergic to any ingredient in haemophilus b conjugate vaccines, or if they have ever had a reaction to another vaccine, they should not get the haemophilus b conjugate vaccine. Children who are younger than two months or older than five years of age, should not get this drug unless specifically instructed by a doctor. Consult your doctor if your child has any immune system problems or Guillain-Barre syndrome before getting the haemophilus b conjugate vaccine.

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