3 vaccinations pregnant women need to take
The time of pregnancy is the period of adjustment and organization. The woman begins to organize for the coming of a new member for the family, choice of maternity and layette. But she can not forget her health. Keeping your immunization record up-to-date is one of the requirements of obstetrician gynecologists.
According to the Ministry of Health, there is a vaccination system at public health posts to avoid epidemics, so there are no excuses to stop vaccinating, after all the distribution is free for the public network.
Among the many diseases to avoid, there are those that can be reduced by vaccines, including three vaccines that pregnant women need to take: Influenza, Hepatitis B and dTpa Vaccine.
Let’s look at what diseases these vaccines prevent and how important the health of women and children is through prevention.
Influenza – Influenza
According to a doctor, he said that the pregnant woman who acquires the flu could develop pneumonia and, consequently, death.
This is one type of vaccine that every mother need in order to prevent jaundice from getting to the baby. This vaccine gives the baby more immunity to more disease or the other.
The vaccine is for the prevention of three diseases: diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough. Pertussis is an acute infectious disease of high transmissibility, caused by bacteria.
When future moms do the vaccination with the vaccines indicated by obstetrician gynecologists and follow the appropriate prenatal care, avoid future problems and ensure the health of the baby. Remember to always consult a trusted doctor.
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