Baby lenses are vaccinated against serious diseases, management of small doses of bacteria or viruses, the immune system is triggered into developing antibodies that prevent them from their disease vaccination or vaccination.
Vaccine does not protect children of all diseases, but they can protect them from serious diseases, such as diphtheria, whooping cough, measles, mumps, rubella, influenza, polio, tetanus, hepatitis A and hepatitis B, varicella, rotavirus, pneumonia bacterial diseases.
Immunization is required by law, the children go to public schools. Exception only when the child has a severe reaction, vaccinations, or when it is in direct conflict a known religious beliefs.
Parents often ask yourself if infant immunization is necessary. Breastfeeding provides temporary anti-common infection, but not for a specific vaccine-preventable diseases. Protect children from these diseases the only way is through vaccination.
Pay attention to the possible side effects. Vaccine is safe, researchers continuously, in order to ensure and increase the safety. Each vaccine rigorous testing, and continue to monitor the safety of the vaccine, as long as in use.
Most of the side effects are minor, such as fever, pain at the injection site. Severe reaction is so rare, it is considered to be a lot less risk than contracting a disease vaccine, their potential.
Baby Shot family therapy:
Comfort, relieve pain, and to appease the baby:
Every new mother cringe when they see the needle toward their baby, and fear that their children will have a reaction shots. Vaccination reactions are usually mild and serious adverse reactions, under normal circumstances, is extremely rare.
Your goal should be to make as easy as possible to get the vaccine for your child. Important that mothers do not show fear, tension, and love to be calm, soothing the baby, while shooting is being managed.
Typically, the lens can be combined in a single, in order to avoid having more needle. It has been proven to get shots of the baby seems to react less pain, cry less when they are given sugar water to drink, and on his mother’s lens.
Shooting Mild reactions include paranoia, low-grade temperature, injection site redness, tenderness, mild swelling.
Some pediatricians recommend to the baby about a half hour after injection before immunization, every four to six hours twenty-four hours Tylenol or ibuprofen dose to minimize these reactions.
Give your baby a soothing lukewarm bath, not only relieve tenderness at the injection site, which will help reduce any low temperature, the baby may develop.
Although rare, serious reactions. If your child develop a temperature higher than 105, becomes lethargic, unresponsive, or have convulsions or seizures, consult a doctor immediately.