Doctor, my child is 1 year old but has not immunized against IPV and measles, can I still be vaccinated (follow-up immunization)?
Immunization is a good thing to do. Immunization should be done regularly according to the schedule given by the doctor.
IPV immunization is intended to help prevent polio. IPV is administered by injection with inactive bacteria. In polio immunization, it should be done at the age of 0, 2, 3, and 4 months. Has your child received polio immunization at month 4? If your child has had polio immunization at the 4th month, then the new booster immunization will be given again at the age of 18 months.
Measles immunization is usually performed on children aged 9 months. If your child is currently 1 year old, your child can still immunize against measles. However, prior to immunization, a direct examination by a doctor is necessary. later the doctor will check the condition of your child whether they can immunize against measles or not. usually if the child has a fever or is in a state of serious illness, the child cannot be immunized.
here is an article that you can read about immunization
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