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bexg1984 said on 06 November 2012

I had the vaccine at 37+3 & my Son was born by emergency section at 38+1... Given that the vaccine takes 2 weeks to pass to baby I'm really concerned that he won't have git the benefit. I am expressing & feeding baby breast milk in the majority of his bottles (I sometimes give formula at night). I'm so concerned that he will catch this as I've heard of so many kids in the area having it that I've literally locked us both away in the house. If I'm passing antibodies on through the breast what are the chances of him catching it?