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If you are expecting a baby, the flu can be especially dangerous for you. Let's take a break from the mid-life beliefs to decide whether to vaccinate yourself or to skip it.
I have heard that you should not receive an influenza vaccine.On the contrary! According to the guidelines of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, women who are pregnant are among the first to be immunized against the New Flu. According to international data, 7 to 10 percent of new influenza patients in hospital need a second-to-third pregnant mother. According to World Health Organization data, they are at tenfold the risk of needing intensive care. In Hungary, five women were treated in intensive care units at the end of November and two died in early December. They didn't get the vaccine. At the same time, it has not happened that domestic vaccine has had a serious side effect in recent decades, apart from some leather. Neither of these two risks can be compared.
My childbirth and my home doctor have dropped off the H1N1 vaccine, and I found it unnecessary.
She is worried that the vaccine may infect the fetus.This is an unfounded concern! The virus in the vaccine is not infectious. However, if your mother is vaccinated, the antibodies that produce this effect will be protected after the baby is born, so you may want to give yourself the vaccine twice. If you are vaccinated during breastfeeding, the antibodies will also appear in breast milk and will provide some protection for the baby. If you are planning a kid in the near future, the best thing you can do is to pre-vaccinate yourself.
I'm healthy, why is this for me?
So I know I can be sorry for that vaccine.This vaccine is no different in manufacturing technology and ingredients from the home-made flu vaccine that has been used reliably for years, at most, in that it protects against another strain of the virus. No serious illness or sin associated with vaccination has occurred so far in the use of the vaccine. Serious events occurring in non-vaccinated patients are much more likely to develop.
In recent months I have had flu, so I don't need to be vaccinated.If an antibody test confirms that you are actually defending against the very current flu virus, it is unnecessary. However, if you can't make sure of it, you don't want to do it if you are vaccinating yourself for safety.
What should I do if my doctor doesn't want to give us the free vaccine? Neither your home doctor nor your concubine may refuse vaccination. If you do so, you will be in violation of current professional recommendations and may file a complaint with the BNTSZ, which will provide professional oversight. On the BNTSZ website, you can check out the locations of the vaccines, including some that provide free vaccines to those who qualify.