Polio Immunization 1?
Evening, n nI want to ask, nWhile my child is 1.5 months old .. nThe Polio1 immunization should coincide with the BCG immunization, nI left it to the medical personnel who helped me give birth beforehand, nIt turns out that Polio1 is not done, only injections Just BCG immunization, I want to ask, for Polio1 immunization, do you have to keep doing it or just continue to polio2, which is scheduled for the end of July. n nPlease explain. n nThank you.
Polio immunization is carried out to help prevent polio. Polio immunization is given at newborns, 2 months, 3 and 4 months of age.
What is your child's previous immunization status? make sure what immunizations your children get? Polio can consist of either OPV (oral) or IPV (by injection).
Polio 0 is given when a new child is born or when he is about to go home from the hospital. Polio 1 is given to children aged 2 months. Polio 2 is given at 3 months of age, and polio 3 is given at 4 months of age.
So from the situation your child is experiencing, if the age of 1.5 months is given only BCG then it is the right thing. at the age of 1.5 months, BCG can be given (if previously not given BCG). Then you can give polio 1 at the age of your child 2 months.
Maybe later in July what we will do is immunize polio 1.
Therefore, to confirm your child's immunization status, you can ask directly to the doctor or the place where you did the immunization, so that the doctor or health worker can provide more accurate information about your child's immunization status.
here's an article you can read about polio
may be useful. thank you