Ideally, if women are allowed to vaccinate before pregnancy.
The female immune system during pregnancy experiences several changes that make it easier to develop infectious diseases.
In pregnancy, flu can cause serious complications
not only for future mothers but also for the fetus. In some cases, that might happen
Dead. This was reported by gynecologist Miroslav Kotek, who reviewed this problem
vaccinate pregnant women.
Before pregnancy, a female obstetrician must complete everything
mandatory vaccination. Live vaccines must be given for at least one month
before the planned pregnancy. "The most important thing is vaccination against
lamb pox if their wife does not. Inhaled vaccine can
given just before pregnancy and, if necessary, during pregnancy.
Every pregnant woman must be vaccinated against influenza,
every year from October to December, and also vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus
and coughing black, at the 28th to 37th week of pregnancy, "Kotek said
with the attending physician recommending vaccinations on a basis
health condition and age of the patient.
Kotek explained that in pregnancy, flu can also cause mother and baby
fetal complications. He remembered that in 2009 he died of a pandemic
SARI influenza in Slovakia, six pregnant women representing it
46.15 percent of cases.
Gynecologists also show that direct transmission of flu from mother to fetus
during pregnancy, but it may be the cause of a miscarriage
in the first three months of pregnancy. He stressed that the flu virus could
the fetus also causes nerve tubes. Children of mothers by overcoming
Chicken flu can also lag behind in growth
Gynecologists remember that postpartum vaccination is also important.
"Inoculated mothers reduce the risk of infecting their babies
postpartum vaccination is safe for the mother even if she is breastfeeding.
A woman who has not been vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria, and black cough
during pregnancy, it must be inoculated immediately after birth if not
vaccinated for the past five years, "Kotek added. After inoculating pregnant women
in about two weeks they create antibodies that pass smoothly
Doctors emphasize that vaccination of pregnant women is well documented
and safe for mother and child.