Vaccination Package for Adults & Children


Vaccination KL & Selangor

Vaccination is an essential aspect of preventive healthcare that helps protect individuals from infectious diseases. Our vaccination services cover both adults and children. Vaccines work by stimulating the body’s immune system to produce antibodies that can fight off specific disease-causing pathogens. Vaccines in Malaysia are widely available for both adults and children, including typhoid, hepatitis, and flu vaccines.

At Dr. Prevents, we offer a wide range of convenient and cost-effective vaccinations, including those specifically required for Umrah, such as meningococcal vaccines. Performing Umrah is a significant spiritual journey, but it also involves a risk of exposure to infectious diseases. Therefore, it is crucial for you to get vaccinated against diseases that are common in the region if you are planning to perform Umrah.

Types of Vaccines

Influvac Influenza Vaccine

Influenza Vaccine

Protects against influenza viruses; up to yearly once.
Twinrix Hepatitis A & B Vaccine

Hepatitis A & B Vaccine

A single injection, combination vaccine for both Hepatitis A and B.
Infanrix Hexa Vaccine

Infanrix Hexa

Infanrix Hexa Vaccine protects against hepatitis B in addition to diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, and Haemophilus influenzae type B.
Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 Vaccine

Pfizer COVID19 Paeds Vaccine

Be in touch with us to obtain the COVID19 vaccine for your child which is free.
Prevenar 13 Pneumococcal Vaccine

Pneumococcal Vaccine

It prevents invasive diseases caused by several pneumococcal bacteria.
Engerix-B & Engeriz-B 20 rDNA Hepatitis B Vaccine for adults and children

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Protection against Hepatitis B virus recommended for Healthcare workers.
Varilrix Chicken Pox Vaccine

Chicken Pox Vaccine

Initiates active immunization for the prevention of varicella zoster or also known as 'chicken pox' in individuals 12 months of age or older.
Comirnaty Covid-19 vaccine

Pfizer COVID19 Adult Vaccine

Be in touch with us to obtain your Booster COVID19 shot which is free.
Rotavirus Vaccine

Rotavirus Vaccine

Against rotavirus infections - cause of severe diarrhea among children.
Nilmenrix Meningococcal Vaccine

Meningococcal Vaccine

Protection against meningitis. Compulsory vaccination for Umrah patrons.
TYPHIM Vi Typhoid Vaccine

Typhoid Vaccine

Compulsory vaccination for all food handlers by Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM). Provides immunity against typhoid fever.
MMR II Vaccine

MMR Vaccine

Antibodies against measles, mumps, and rubella.

Vaccination Aftercare

It is common to experience mild side effects such as pain, swelling, or redness at the injection site, as well as headache, fever, and fatigue after receiving a vaccination.

Stay at Observation Center

It is recommended to stay at the observation center for at least 15-30 minutes after vaccination to monitor any immediate adverse reactions, such as difficulty breathing or a severe allergic reaction, and seek medical attention if necessary.

Monitor side effects

Keep track of any side effects that may develop after leaving the observation center, such as a rash or persistent fever. Seek medical attention if these symptoms persist or worsen.

Take pain relievers
if necessary

Paracetamol or acetaminophen can be taken after vaccination to reduce pain, fever, or discomfort, but it's crucial to consult before taking any medication, especially if you have underlying medical conditions or take other drugs.

Keep hydrated

Staying hydrated after vaccination helps prevent dehydration and its associated symptoms such as headache, dizziness, and fatigue. Proper hydration also helps the body produce an adequate immune response to the vaccine, promoting faster recovery and reducing the risk of complications.

Get plenty of rest

Taking adequate rest after vaccination allows the body to recover and build a strong immune response to the vaccine. Rest also helps reduce the risk of vaccine side effects, promotes faster healing, and ensures that the body is better prepared to fight off infections.

How Do Vaccines Work?

Vaccines work by stimulating the body’s natural immune system to recognize and fight off specific viruses or bacteria. When a vaccine is introduced into the body, it contains a harmless part of the virus or bacteria or a weakened version of the pathogen. This stimulates the immune system to produce antibodies that fight the pathogen. 

Vaccination readies the immune system to fight actual viruses or bacteria, preventing or lessening illness. It’s vital for public health, preventing disease spread, and safeguarding individuals and communities. A wide range of vaccines is available in KL, Malaysia, such as hepatitis vaccines, flu vaccination, vaccines for Umrah, and more.

Importance of Vaccination

Vaccination is essential for individuals of all ages as it is the most effective way to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Vaccines, such as hepatitis and flu vaccines, are specifically designed to stimulate the body’s immune system to recognize and fight off specific viruses or bacteria. 

By getting vaccinated, individuals protect themselves from getting sick and prevent the spread of diseases to others who may be more vulnerable. Vaccination is a simple yet powerful tool that can protect individuals and communities from various preventable illnesses, making it a crucial aspect of preventive healthcare.

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Hurry up and get your flu vaccine shot now! Prevention is Better than Cure.