Vaccines for Teenagers and Adults
Please select the vaccine(s) you wish to receive from the list below and click on the search button to find the vaccinating clinic closest to you.
Province Specific Resources on Vaccines for Teenagers and Adults
Here below you will find a series of reputable links that offer information related to Vaccines for Teenagers and Adults:
This link provides public education on HPV, information on prevention, and treatment, including sections designed specificly for teens, adults, parents, and teachers.
Recommendations on a Human Papillomavirus Immunization Program - Canada
HPV disease information, prevention, immunization recommendations and surveillance and monitoring from the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Should I get vaccinated if I’m trying to get pregnant?
Some vaccines can’t be given during pregnancy, so it’s best to take a look at your immunization record prior to getting pregnant. If you’re like most women, there’s a good chance you haven’t thought about vaccinations since you were school-aged. Are you up to date? Do you need any boosters? If you are fully immunized prior to pregnancy, you will protect your new baby from these diseases for the first 6-12 months of life. If you get a vaccine that contains a live virus (e.g., measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox), you should wait 4 weeks before becoming pregnant. Read more and talk to your health care provider about getting your immunizations up to date
Your Immunization Schedule Tool - Canada
To find your teen's routine immunization schedule, parents can use the following interactive immunization schedule tool.
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This information should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your doctor. There may be variations in treatment that your physician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.