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Getting a tetanus booster dose early is not harmful. However, booster doses of tetanus-containing vaccines given too frequently may cause an increased local reaction. Your immunizing health care provider can make a recommendation for you.
 
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There is no current recommendation for a booster dose of Twinrix (combined hepatitis A and hepatitis B) vaccine for adults who received all three doses of the Twinrix vaccine according to the standard schedule.  For adults who received Twinrix on the rapid dosing schedule, a reinforcing dose is recommended 12 months after the first dose.  

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