Is The Drug Injected Back Out Or Enter?
Tonight, I want to ask this morning, my child was abused by injections, but when the vaccine was injected, he did not enter the injection site but something came out. I was so nervous .. I was afraid I wouldn’t just enter the vaccine … Thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. BCG vaccine is a vaccine given to protect themselves from tuberculosis (TB). This vaccine is mainly given to newborns up to 2-3 months old. Giving can still be done on infants and older children, but there must be a TB examination first beforehand to find out whether the child's condition at that time had been infected or not.
Regarding your question, because there is no way to know whether the BCG vaccine is working or not, actually it will come back again depending on how much vaccine is wasted. If only a few, or maybe a quarter of the vaccine for example, is not a problem because the vaccine is only one of the efforts to strengthen the body in avoiding TB infection, not as a cure or absolute prevention of TB infection. Those who have already had the BCG vaccine can still become infected with TB in the future, but it is more likely if they have never been vaccinated.
But if the majority of the vaccine comes out, then it may be necessary to revaccinate. Our advice, because we did not know the exact condition at that time, it would be far better if you consult directly with the pediatrician, because this condition is prone to misunderstanding.