Before pregnancy, women should be given all mandatory vaccinations according to a gynecologist. Live vaccines should be used at least one month before the planned pregnancy. "The most important thing is vaccination against sheep puppies if their wife does not survive." Live vaccines can also be administered immediately before pregnancy and, if necessary, during pregnancy, each pregnant woman should be vaccinated against influenza every year from October to December, as well as vaccinations against diphtheria, tetanus and black currant pregnancies 28-37. pregnancy weeks, " Kotek turned to a doctor who recommends taking a vaccine based on the patient's state of health and age.
Kotek explained that during pregnancy, the flu can cause maternal and fetal complications. He reminded that six pregnant women die from pandemic influenza in Slovakia in 2009, accounting for 46.15% of cases. The gynecologist also noted that during pregnancy, the direct transmission of childhood flu is very rare during pregnancy, but in the first three months of pregnancy it may be omitted. He stressed that the flu virus could also cause a fetus in a nerve tube. Infants with infected infected mothers with infected chickens can also observe growth at infancy.
The gynecologist recalled that postnatal vaccination is also important. "Vaccinated mother reduces the risk of infecting her baby and if she is not breast-feeding, a woman who has not been vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria and black cough during pregnancy should be vaccinated immediately after birth, unless she has been vaccinated for the last five years," Kotek added. Following vaccination by a pregnant woman, antibodies that pass through the placenta are formed within about two weeks.
The doctor emphasized that the vaccination of pregnant women is properly documented and safe for mother and child.