Short answer: Honestly, I don’t know. You should ask your doctor.
Longer answer: Prior to travel, you should make sure all of your routine immunizations are up-to-date. Be sure to find your child and adult immunization record books and take them to your pre-travel doctor’s appointment. During your doctor’s appointment, you can discuss which specific shots and medications you need, if any.
Do not wait too long to schedule your appointment because depending on the vaccine, you may need multiple doses. Also, it may be difficult to get many different types of vaccines all at one time.
Although I am not a doctor, I would suggest going to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to give you an idea of what vaccinations and medicines you may need for your trip.