Is It Possible To Get Immunized When A Child Has The Flu?
Evening, my child is 4 months old, for DPT immunization if he has the flu, is it okay? And if there is a history of allergies is it better to use a hot vaccine or not? Thanks
In children with mild flu conditions, immunization can still be done, one of which is DPT immunization.
This mild flu condition can include complaints of nasal congestion, runny nose, and the child looks strong and is not fussy or has a fever.
However, in children who are fussy, have a fever, and may have decreased appetite, immunization can be delayed and further immunization can be carried out after the child's condition improves.
While the use of vaccines that have hot side effects or not, this does not need to be a concern. However, to reduce any concerns that may arise, giving a vaccine that does not cause a fever effect will help you provide better care for your child, especially when he has a mild flu.
However, you should be able to consult directly with your child's doctor to plan further immunizations for your child.
Thus the information we can convey, also read about immunization-benefits-and-side-effects.