I want it, on week 10 I get married. Shouldn’t you be immunized first? But I am now menstruating. Is it true that you are being immunized again for menstruation ???
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Immunization is an effort to prevent disease and introduce viruses that have been weakened or killed in the immune system, so that the body can form a specific immunity against the disease. Later, the person will be protected from diseases without ever having to be exposed to a related disease.
In immunization, the most absolute abstinence is when someone has a history of allergies or his body reacts when given similar immunizations before. If so, it means that person should not be immunized. The next abstinence that is not too absolute is when the person or child is sick or has a fever, because it is feared, the immune system is not ready to recognize the vaccine being injected because he is experiencing another infection.
That's why there is absolutely no prohibition on immunization when menstruating because the mechanism is very different between the two. There is no danger that is borne by someone when immunizing during menstruation. If you still have something to worry about, you can ask the doctor or medical officer who will immunize you directly. So, hopefully answering your question.