Good evening,. NSo like this, my son was 2 years old when he had the first MR immunization. And I had the first diphtheria injection. now my child is 2.5 years old. Then I injected MR again. (Due to misinformation), the second injection of diphtheria should be. Is it okay? For the double MR. What is the danger of being given a double? Then for the second diphtheria, how many weeks is it after the MR injection? Thank you
Immunization is a good thing to do. Immunization can prevent children from getting a disease. Ideally, the first MR immunization is given at 15 months of age. However, MR immunization of 2 years can be done. Usually the second MR immunization is done at around 5-6 years of age.
If your child gets an MR immunization at the age of 2 years, and yesterday was given another MR injection, then it does not cause anything dangerous, doing immunizations that are not on schedule either too soon or too long can make the effectiveness of the vaccine decrease. Additionally, MR immunization may cause a slight fever.
For the second MR immunization, it is recommended that you check your child directly first to a pediatrician, so that the doctor can check the condition of your child directly first. thus later the doctor can provide an appropriate test schedule.
For the second diphtheria vaccine, usually it can still be given a span of several weeks. However, it is also good to have an examination by a pediatrician first.
The following is an article that you can read about the MMR vaccine
may be useful. thank you