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"Vaccines" for women What should I inject?

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    January 13, 2021 9:12 AM +04

    Women who have neverรีวิวเกมสล็อตpreviously received a pertussis, diphtheria, and tetanus vaccine should receive these vaccines every ten years.
    For women 9-14 years old, two doses of the vaccine against HPV, the cause of cervical cancer, are recommended for women over 14 years of age, three doses are recommended, but not recommended during pregnancy.
    Some vaccines are prohibited during pregnancy as they can affect the fetus, so if planning a pregnancy, consult your doctor for appropriate advice and vaccinations.
    In addition to receiving the vaccine according to the age from birth Up to the common vaccines recommended in adulthood To stimulate immunity Women are considered to be vaccinated as appropriate. Because female sex has a complex function of the organs in the body Especially during pregnancy increases the risk of various diseases. That may affect the fetus as well

    Vaccine for women
    Dr. Nattaya Rachatawan, obstetrician and gynecologist at Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital stated that although more than 50% of women conceive without planning in advance. But, in principle, every woman should receive the necessary vaccinations before conceiving. Therefore, it is important that all women complete the necessary vaccinations with the following vaccines:

    Influenza vaccine
    To reduce the risk and severity of the disease Which should be injected once a year every year

    Vaccines against whooping cough, diphtheria, and tetanus
    Women who have never received any of these three vaccines before. These vaccines should be given every ten years.

    Hepatitis A vaccine
    For those at risk of contracting hepatitis A virus (HAV) by getting 2 vaccinations 6 months apart.

    Hepatitis B vaccine
    For women over 15 years of age, a blood test to check for immunity is recommended first.If there is no immunization, one dose of vaccination is required after 2 months of immunization again. If immunity is found No need for a second dose, but an immunosuppressive injection should be performed every 10 years in case the immune system is not detected. To complete the injection of 3 needles and take blood to see the immunity. If the immune system was raised after only one dose of vaccine, the child had previously received this vaccine. But if the test does not improve the immune system even after having completed 3 injections It shows that the Poor Responder is unresponsive to vaccination. It is advisable to be careful to prevent hepatitis B.

    Vaccines against HPV infection
    In women aged 9-14 years, 2 injections are recommended (but if you've had sex Should have an internal exam first If no abnormality is found Or not found cancer can receive the vaccine.) In women over 14 years old, it is recommended to get all 3 doses of injection, but not recommended during pregnancy. Because there is a lack of information to confirm the safety of the unborn baby


    Mumps and Rubella Vaccine
    Women with no previous vaccination history Or not immune to rubella should receive at least one vaccine in addition to helping prevent disease in the mother. It can also prevent congenital rubella in babies after birth. If there is rubella infection while pregnant, the baby will have abnormalities such as blindness and deafness. It is important to take contraception for at least 1 month after vaccination. (Or some doctors may recommend 3 months depending on the brand of the vaccine Can ask your doctor for details) because it is a live virus vaccine It can result in fetal disability from the vaccine.

    Vaccine against varicella
    Because there has not yet been a safety report. And is at risk of congenital birth defects Severe infection And underweight Therefore, if planning to have a baby, the pregnancy period should be at least 1-3 months after the vaccination.However, postpartum mothers can get their first dose of the vaccine before leaving the hospital and the second dose after delivery. 6-8 weeks

    Shingles vaccine
    Should be injected for people over 50 years old.

    Meningococcal vaccine
    For women who are at risk of infection or are traveling to Africa. Including those who are going to study abroad who still have meningococcal fever And pilgrims to Saudi Arabia Will have a chance of infection Therefore, it is best to get the vaccine before traveling.

    Pneumococcal Vaccine
    Women with a high-risk medical indication should receive the pneumococcal vaccine. Including those who smoke Have chronic lung disease (Including asthma) chronic cardiovascular disease Diabetes or immunocompromised people But for those who are not at risk, injection is recommended after age 50.

    Vaccine for pregnant women

    Many vaccines are not contraindicated during pregnancy. Conversely, it is also highly recommended for pregnant women in the prenatal period, such as influenza vaccine, if within a year the pregnant mother has not received this vaccine. Your doctor will recommend an injection to prevent the flu. After the first trimester of pregnancy

    The whooping cough, diphtheria, and tetanus vaccine is recommended to be administered in 1 dose between 7-9 months of gestation to prevent disease occurring in newborn babies.

    There is also a vaccine that cannot be administered during pregnancy. This is because the vaccine may infect the unborn baby. Causing organ disabilities, including the vaccine against varicella Shingles vaccine This includes the mumps and rubella vaccine.

    Therefore, if you want to plan a pregnancy, you should consult your doctor for consultation and appropriate vaccination at the correct stage of pregnancy. For the safety of both the mother herself and the fetus.