Ideally, if women are allowed to be vaccinated before pregnancy.
During pregnancy, the immune system of the female body is subject to several changes that facilitate the development of infectious diseases.
Influenza may cause severe complications in pregnancy
not only the future mother, but also the fetus. In some cases, this may happen
death Miroslav Kotek, a gynecologist, reported this
Vaccination of pregnant women.
A woman gynecologist had to finish everything before pregnancy
mandatory vaccination. Living vaccines should be given for at least one month
before scheduled pregnancy. "The most important is vaccination
Sheep if not their wife. There may be inhalation vaccines
pregnancy and, if necessary, during pregnancy.
Each pregnant woman should be vaccinated against influenza,
October-December, as well as diphtheria, vaccination against tetanus
and black cough, during the 28th and 37th weeks of pregnancy, "Kotek said
vaccination with the doctor
state of the patient's health and age.
According to Kotek, flu may cause pregnancy in pregnancy
complications of the fetus. He recalled that he died of pandemic in 2009
The SARI flu in Slovakia was presented by six pregnant women
46.15 percent of cases.
The gynecologist also noted that direct transmission from the mother to the fetus
during pregnancy, but may be the cause of pregnancy
during the first three months of pregnancy. He noted that influenza virus is possible
The fetus also causes nerve tube. Children of victorious mothers
It can grow during a chickenpox
The gynecologist also recalls the importance of postpartum vaccination of the woman.
"Now a child suffers from a mother. graduate
Even postpartum vaccination is safe even when breastfeeding.
A woman who is not vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria and black cough
During pregnancy, if not, should be vaccinated immediately after birth
vaccinated over the last five years, "Kotek said. After the pregnant woman is vaccinated
Within about two weeks, they gradually create antibodies
The doctor noted that vaccination of pregnant women was properly documented
and is safe for both mother and child.