Prevention Of Chickenpox For Babies Aged 7 Months?

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, I’m having chickenpox for just 2 days now the pox spots are still flexing, but I have a 7 month old baby, do I need to be vaccinated??

1 Answer:

Hello

Chickenpox or varicella is an infectious disease caused by the varicella virus. This disease is very easy to spread. Transmission can be through saliva to wounds caused by this disease. The period of transmission of this disease can occur 1-2 days before the appearance of the rash to 2 weeks after the rash appears.

Children have immature immune systems, so they are very susceptible to contracting this disease. From IDAI, the chickenpox vaccine is recommended to be given at the age of 15 months with the MMR preparation if at the age of 9 months you have received the measles vaccine, or at the age of 12 months if you have not received the measles vaccine.

What you can do is:

Avoid contact with babies It is better if you are in a separate room during the treatment period to avoid transmission to others Wear a mask Wash clothes and others separately Take medicine regularly as recommended by a doctor

Read also: chicken pox

I hope this helps

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