Before you get vaccinated, you should get a sense of what the vaccine is, and know what you can't get vaccinated. Here are some things to watch for:
1. Children should not be vaccinated when they have some diseases, such as cold, diarrhea, fever, fasting hunger, vomiting, etc.
2. Children with allergies are more likely to have adverse reactions and need to consult a doctor.
3. Explain the health of the baby to the doctor. If it is premature or malnutrition, it is better not to get the inoculation, and consult with the doctor about the time for injection.
4. Children with skin diseases cannot be inoculated;
5. Children with infectious diseases without the quarantine period should not be vaccinated.
6, if the baby have infectious diseases such as hepatitis, tuberculosis, and serious diseases such as heart disease, the body's immune system will decline, is not in May with vaccination reaction caused by, or is likely to aggravate;
7. If your baby is not inoculated, but if you have a special situation such as being bitten by a dog, be sure to get vaccinated under the guidance of your doctor.
8. Precautions after vaccination
9. Don't rush home after the inoculation, observe 30 minutes in the same place, and if serious adverse reactions, such as high fever and breathing difficulties, call the doctor in time.
10. The inoculation site should be kept dry and clean within 24 hours, try not to bathe and prevent local infection;
11. After inoculation, redness of the inoculation site, pain, low fever, etc., all of these conditions are normal and will naturally disappear after 24 hours.
12. If the response is strong and lasts for a long time, you can go to the nearest doctor and report to the vaccination unit.