Measles Immunization When A Child Has A Cold?
Hello r ndok my child I want to immunize against measles r nEvery time he cries He comes out and then he gets snotty, how can I get immunized …
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On the inside of the eyelid, there is a tube that connects the eye to the nasal cavity called the nasolacrimal duct. Due to the presence of this duct, whenever someone cries (not only in young children, but in all humans of all ages), the nose will also run. The condition experienced by your child is a very, very normal condition. Therefore, you still have to immunize your child according to the existing schedule.
In addition, minor illness in children, such as low-grade fever, mild cold cough, mild diarrhea, mild earache, is not a barrier to immunization. Children can still be immunized when they are experiencing minor illness. Immunization will not decrease its effectiveness and immunization will not make the disease worse.
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