Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Get Information About Different Types of Vaccines During Pregnancy


Some vaccines are essential to make your proper immunization power and to prevent some diseases which can hard you and your baby. Here is given information about some vaccines which are safe to use and which you will avoid in your pregnancy period.

The vaccines which are safe to use in pregnancy
·       Hepatitis B: When the blood test report of a pregnant woman shows there is a risk for the disease Hepatitis B, she should have to take the vaccines for Hepatitis B which is one of the safevaccines in pregnancy to give the protection to mother and her baby. This vaccine is made including three steps of doses to build your immunity. The second and third steps of doses are given one and six months respectively after taken the first dose.

·     Influenza: To prevent the serious illness of you due to flu at trimester in your pregnancy Influenza vaccines are given to give the protection you and your baby.

·    ADP (Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis): Generally, at the time between 27 and 36 weeks of your pregnancy your doctor can recommend for the vaccine of TADP. It will protect your baby from the disease whooping cough. It may be used after your baby’s birth when it is not taken during the pregnancy period.

The vaccines which will be avoided in pregnancy
·         Hepatitis A: You will avoid the vaccine for Hepatitis A as it is not defined as a safe for use in the pregnancy period. If you have the risk for this disease, you will have to consult your doctor. If you take this vaccine in your pregnancy, the side effects of this vaccine are a headache, allergic reaction severely, appearing redness and soreness around the injection site and fatigue.
·      Varicella: You should take the vaccine of Varicella at least before one month to get the protection from the disease like chicken pox. The side effects of this vaccine are fever, appearing redness and soreness around the injection site, small bumps or rash during three months after taking the vaccine.
·     MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella): You can take the vaccine of MMR at least one month before your pregnancy. If the Rubella test shows that there is a risk for rubella, you can take the MMR vaccine after the delivery. The side effects of this vaccine are feeling stiffness and pain in the joints, noncontagious rash and swelling of glands at the regions of neck and cheeks during one or two weeks after taking the vaccine.
·      Pneumococcal: You will avoid the vaccine of Pneumococcal during your pregnancy period as it is not determined as safe during your pregnancy. If you have a high risk of the disease, you can take this vaccine. The side effects of this vaccine are appearing soreness around the injection site and fever.
·       OPV (Oral Polio Vaccine) and IPV (Inactivated Polio Virus): Your doctor will not recommend these vaccines to get while pregnant period will start. There is no side effect of OPV vaccine, but redness and feeling of discomfort at the injection site are the side effects of IPV.


Finally, above-mentioned information will help you to take the right decision for the vaccines during your pregnancy.