Can I drink coffee after diphtheria injection?
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Diphtheria is an infectious disease of the throat, tonsils and mucous membranes of the nose caused by the bacteria Corynebacterium diphtheriae. Because this disease is very contagious and dangerous, it is necessary to take preventive measures through diphtheria immunization which is one of the government's mandatory immunization programs. Diphtheria immunization is part of DPT immunization (diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus) which must be given completely from 2 months to 5-6 years of age five times and it is recommended to be repeated as a booster (single booster dose of Tdap) once every 10 years . However, if there is an extraordinary event (KLB) status in a certain area, then all children aged one to 19 years must be given three additional immunizations within this month, then one month later and six months later (o-1-6). DPT immunization side effects are generally mild, the symptoms that are encountered are usually:
Swelling, redness and pain in the injection area Mild fever Allergic reactions Children become fussy Appetite decreases The administration of further vaccines should be postponed if you have a history of severe allergic reactions or neurological disorders after DPT vaccine administration and the child is sick with fever In general, there are no specific restrictions on certain foods or drinks after diphtheria immunization, as is the case with drinking coffee, as long as it drinks in an appropriate portion. May be useful. Greetings, Dr. Shirly
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