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Multiple vaccines can be given at the same clinic visit. Research has shown that getting multiple vaccines at the same time is safe and that there is no increased risk in side effects and that vaccines work just as well when given together.
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Children can usually get vaccinated if they have a mild common illness like a cold, ear infection, or diarrhea. Mild common illnesses do not interference with the immune response to vaccines and do not increase the risk of adverse events following immunization. Children taking antibiotics can also receive vaccines as antibiotics do not interfere with the immune response to the vaccine. If yoRead Full Answer