Vaccination is very important in order to maintain public health properly. Especially in infancy and childhood vaccination is of great importance in terms of public health.
In order to protect babies and their children from various infections and diseases, vaccination is one of the most necessary medical methods. Vaccines protect people from various diseases and prevent the development of various diseases in the community.
Children should be vaccinated in certain periods in order to prevent diseases and prevent the development of diseases. These vaccines are made free of charge by the Ministry of Health in various health centers.
So, at what times should children be vaccinated?
Postpartum: Hepatitis B vaccine
1st month: hepatitis B
2st month BCG (Tuberculosis), Five-fold vaccine (DaBT-IPA-Hib), KPA
4th month: Five-fold vaccine (DaBT-IPA-Hib), KPA
6th month: Hepatitis B, Five-fold vaccine (DaBT-IPA-Hib), KPA, OPA
12th month: NCC (measles, rubella and mumps), chickenpox, KPA
18th months: Five-fold vaccine (DaBT-IPA-Hib), OPA, Hepatitis A
24th month: Hepatitis A
Fear of vaccination
The little ones are afraid of the vaccination to some extent natural. But; sometimes the misbehavior of parents causes excessive fears. The child doesn’t even want to go near the office or hospital.
Advice For Baby:
When babies feel the anxiety and nervousness of their parents, they are scared and do not feel safe. Therefore, you must be as calm as possible.
On the way to the vaccine you can have a toy and blanket that the baby loves.
Talk to the baby during the vaccination. It would be a pleasure to hear your voice.
If it’s a baby, give it a pacifier.
When the child is old enough to understand, you should explain the benefits of the vaccine and why it should be vaccinated. Sometimes children think they are punished by vaccination. Sometimes parents frighten children like that. If you do misbehave, you need to think that you cannot calm down when you take a child to the vaccine!
Don’t lie to the kid. When you go to the doctor, tell him you’il get a vaccine. If you lie about it, you will lose your trust to you and your doctor, and next time everything will be even more difficult.
Explain that the vaccine can hurt a little, but it will be too short.
Deep breathing or number counting during vaccination may distract.
Don’t get angry.
Reward the good behavior during the vaccine. This award can be a kiss or a hug.
Ask your doctor about any side effects you may have after the vaccination and how to deal with them, regardless of your child’s age. Thus, the post-vaccination process can be more comfortable.
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