Administration Of Drugs After Immunization In Infants?
Hello, in the morning my child got DPT 1 injection and polio … My child was 3,5 months old … But I was given two tablets that I didn’t have the same drinking rules for … Because I was in a hurry … I could explain that the tablet was taken when I was like that. and the rules are within 1 day .. Nb: I am a new citizen in the place where I live so confused who I want to ask .. Not yet have an acquaintance … While my neighbors are close to my house, the question and answer are confusing one thing like this one …
Is there a product name on the tablet packaging? What is the shape and color of the tablet? Is the tablet intended for your child or for you? It is difficult to ascertain the function of the tablet and the rules of drinking the tablet without knowing the type of tablet. There are several possibilities regarding tablets, including drugs to reduce complaints after immunization (but usually for babies given syrup preparations), vitamin A (blue for ages 6-11 months, and red for ages 12-59 months), or other vitamins .
Because it is difficult to explain the functions and rules of use without knowing the type of tablet, I suggest that you ask the health worker or posyandu cadre directly in your area. If your child is immunized at the posyandu or puskesmas, you can go directly to the nearest puskesmas and ask the doctor or midwife on duty there. If your child is immunized at the hospital, you can go to the child's clinic at the hospital.
Hope it helps you,