Went to register the girls at the doctors today (aged 3 & 1) and took along their red books to show they are all up to date with vaccinations. I appreciate that I should have looked in to the differences between UK and here before I went but I didnít really give it much thought. So after going through their books and ringing a vaccination line she told me that both would need Hep B injections and would also need to have MMRís as the one here contains the vaccine for chicken pox (neither girl has had it yet). It threw me as both the girls have had the MMR injections in the UK and my reaction was that I didnít feel comfortable for them to have another one just so that they then get a vaccine against chicken pox. She said that she sees loads of families from the UK and only one mother had chosen to buy the chicken pox vaccine separately (she thinks itís about $80). Did anyone else feel slightly uncomfortable giving his or her children a 2nd lot of MMR or am I being a paranoid mother?