Vaccinations for Turkmenistan

Because health services in Turkmenistan aren't of a high standard, try to avoid any injuries that can land you in the hospital. You should schedule an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss the immunizations you will require based on your destination. It is critical to schedule this initial consultation at least eight weeks before your trip in order for the immunizations to be ordered. The vaccines will require a second appointment. To allow the immunizations to work, your second appointment should be at least two weeks before your trip.

Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (Tdap), chickenpox, polio, and a yearly flu shot are all recommended by the CDC. In Turkmenistan, tuberculosis is endemic, and HIV is present. Hepatitis A and B, rabies, and typhoid vaccines may also be suggested, and your doctor can advise you based on your specific circumstances.

In Turkmenistan, several common drugs, such as codeine, are prohibited. While it's generally a good idea to bring prescriptions with you while traveling abroad, ask your doctor to produce a letter verifying why you need them — otherwise, you may be denied entrance. Always declare your prescription drugs. If you become ill or injured while traveling, your medical expenditures could be costly. Pack travel insurance with 24-hour emergency support.

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