Tetanus Vaccine Is Only 10 Days Apart?
Hello .. r nDok I want to ask for the first TD immunization with the 2nd BP within 10 days, what are the side effects? With a pregnant condition. R nShould be at least 4 weeks from BP 1 huh? R nThank you, regards.
When pregnant, pregnant women can receive the tetanus diphtheria vaccine at 27-36 weeks of pregnancy.
In adults, it is generally enough to give the vaccine once to remember the complete vaccine status as a child, or 2 times with a 28 day interval of vaccine if the vaccination status is not remembered.
Vaccines are given 1 month (28 days) intervals to ensure the vaccine works optimally in forming antibodies in the body. Vaccination too close to the distance does not have a good effect because it actually causes discomfort due to vaccine side effects such as aches and pains.
If you have already received 2 vaccines then you don't need to worry. Immediately contact your obstetrician and check your pregnancy routine.
I hope this helps.