My kids are 12, 10, and 7. The youngest has hardly had any shots at all, the other two were fully vaxed up until the oldest was around 5 or 6 and the youngest was 3 or 4.
If I decided to slowly start getting their vaccines "up to date" - what would the catchup look like? I know they wouldn't be getting some vaxs since they're older, and we are never doing the HPV one.
Thanks for any help! I know you can't tell me specifics since you don't have their shot record - but I was just wondering how catchup works in general.
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