Diphtheria Vaccine During Pregnancy?
afternoon, greetings in advance. I am from Bekasi.
In general, there are no contraindications to the administration of diphtheria vaccine during pregnancy. Based on recommendations from experts, a woman who is already pregnant is allowed to get the diphtheria vaccine (recommended for Tdap or tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis). Therefore there is nothing you need to worry about and stay focused on the pregnancy program that is being undertaken.
Most vaccines are safe to use while you are pregnant. However, when you are pregnant, there are some vaccines that are not recommended for use. The vaccines that are not recommended include the HPV, influenza, MMR, and varicella (chickenpox) vaccines.
I hope this information is helpful
dr. Muhammad Fadhil