Relationship With Tetanus Injection Before Marriage With Pregnancy Program?
I have been married for 5 months. I want to get pregnant and have a son soon. What good things should I prepare? R nPlease explain. Because I have read several articles on pregnancy preparation on the internet and have not succeeded in doing so. R nDoes the TT immunization that I do a month before marriage have an effect on pregnancy planning? Because at that time I was asked for a second immunization a month later, but I didn’t. Please explain, thank you very much. Regards.
Thank you for the question.
Currently you are not included in the infertility group. Infertility means the inability of a married couple to have offspring who have had sexual intercourse between husband and wife regularly (2-3 times a week) for 12 months. The success factor of a pregnancy is determined by the husband and wife, therefore the health of the husband and wife needs to be maintained.
The health of the husband can be maintained by, among others:
do not smoke do not drink alcoholic eat healthy and nutritious food perform pubic examinations and sperm analysis other health checks such as congenital thalassemia, hepatitis B, blood group, blood sugar, syphilis do not have sexual intercourse risks other health checks and immunizations that may be needed such as hepatitis B The health of the wife can be maintained by, among others:
not smoking, not drinking alcoholic beverages, eating healthy and nutritious food, not having sexual intercourse, risk of health checks such as TORCH, blood group, congenital diseases such as thalassemi, immunizations that may be needed such as hepatitis B and tetanus toxoid (TT). consuming adequate amounts of folic acid, iron, and calcium. TT immunization given to you is an important thing to do before the mother plans a marriage or pregnancy. This immunization aims to prevent tetanus infection in newborns.
The tetanus immunization schedule is given as follows:
TT 1 is given as an initial step of protection against tetanus TT 2 is given 4 weeks after TT1 TT 3 is given 6 months after TT2 TT 4 is given 12 months after TT3 TT 5 is given 12 months after TT4 If you take complete TT immunization, it will provide protection for 25 years. This immunization does not interfere with the pregnancy process, even if a pregnant woman can be given TT immunization.
The percentage of pregnancy for a woman to produce a boy or a girl is 50:50. So, sex is basically no condition that can guarantee 100% pregnancy for boys or girls. Conversely, the healthy condition of both parents to determine the health status of the fetus.
Hopefully my explanation can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono