Pregnant mother and little girl smilingPrevent Pertussis and Flu 

Protect you and your baby from diseases. Get the Tdap and flu vaccines.

Women should get a Tdap vaccination during every pregnancy to protect their infant from whooping cough, even if they have had Tdap vaccine before. It's also safe to get the flu vaccine anytime during pregnancy, and it keeps protecting your baby up to 6 months after birth.

We've collected some of the most common questions women ask about these vaccines, along with answers backed by the latest medical research. Use this information to start a conversation with your doctor and get vaccinated to prevent pertussis and flu.


Flu - Frequently Asked Questions



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Pertussis - Frequently Asked Questions



doctor talking to pregnant womanAdditional Resources

For more information on flu vaccine effectiveness/safety, addressing vaccine hesitancy, and advocating for routine vaccination with pregnant patients please visit the following websites and scholarly articles: 

Flu Vaccine Effectiveness/Safety: 

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy: 

Advocating for Routine Vaccination: