My OB had a few doses in stock when I went and I got one of them.y Dr classified me as "high risk"/since I'm a pediatric RN and around sick children all day. Walgreen's can be iffy about it because a lot of times the people giving the vaccines aren't licensed nurses. A lot of pharmacies will allow students to volunteer so the fact that your pregnant they may be cautious with you. You have plenty of time though, flu season doesn't usually start until end of December/beginning of January.
They give pregnant women a different flu shot usually. But about the above comment if you go to a pharmacy and a student or anyone other than the pharmacist is giving you the flu shot please report that pharmacy to the board. Students and techs may not give shots only pharmacists.
I'm 31 weeks & got mines today
C_woody91 it may be state by state then, because when I was in nursing school they'd urge students to go to volunteer. Either way, I'd probably feel more comfortable with a student nurse than a pharmacist giving it to be honest. As for pregnant women getting a different flu vaccine, it's all the same flu vaccine, most manufacturers just also make it available in single dose syringes so they are preservative free, but it doesn't make a difference which you get.