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Posted by: Anon | 2008/11/24

Yellow fever and pregnancy

Hi
My husband and I are planning to have a baby, we wanted to " start"  from the end of this month to try and conceive, but he had a yellow fever vaccination 1,5 months ago. We are concerned because we heard that it stays in your body for at least 3 months, is this the case?
Should we rather wait till the yellow fever vaccination has worked out of his body before we try to conceive?

Thank you.

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