Tonight, DokDok, a child, a week ago, a cold, the fever has subsided, but the cold is still … well, tomorrow is the immunization schedule … can I not get immunization after the illness? The problem is the DPT doesn’t make it hot normally … thanks
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Generally mild illness is not an absolute contraindication to undergo immunization or vaccination in children. But there are several factors that constitute absolute contraindications to undergo immunization, including:
History of systemic allergy expected previous immunization If the child has a history of immune system abnormalities, but keep in mind that, immunization still has side effects or is referred to as a follow-up event after immunization (KIPI) as a response from the child's body to form antibodies to virus particles introduced through the vaccine.
If you are worried, you should consult with your pediatrician to get an evaluation and further information that is right for you and your child.
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