The Vaccine Is Intended For Pregnant Women?
, my husband had herpes or smallpox, his condition had started to dry up because he had been taking the medicine for 2 days. Then we have sex as usual. I am worried that it will affect the fetus in my womb because I am currently 7 months pregnant. Do I have to take certain medications? Is there a special vaccine for pregnant women to protect against various viral diseases?
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Need to be clarified, what exactly is the complaint that your husband experienced and where is the location? Has it been checked by a doctor and diagnosed with shingles (chickenpox)? So, what treatment is given by a doctor?
Shingles occurs due to reactivation of the Varicella zoster virus which previously caused chickenpox. Reactivation of this virus occurs due to susceptibility of the sufferer's body that is less good. In line with chicken pox, herpes zoster sufferers will also experience clustering watery nodules and itchy skin. The difference is, this nodule also causes pain or heat, and its location is limited to only one side of the body which is supplied by certain nerve fibers. Not only that, shingles can also cause sufferers to weak, easily tired, decreased appetite, dizziness, more sensitive to light, and has a variety of other complaints. If your husband's immune system is good, and his condition has also been treated with proper treatment by a doctor, often this disease can be cured in 1 to 2 weeks.
Need to clarify beforehand, have you ever experienced chickenpox / chickenpox or have had chickenpox vaccination?
If not, and you are exposed to the virus from contact with your husband at the age of 7 months, then your baby is indeed potentially infected with this disease. Although the risk of transmission is smaller than infections that occur at 36 weeks or more, your baby is still at risk of becoming infected with the virus and having chickenpox or chickenpox early in life.
Better, you consult yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician in this regard. If necessary, to prevent transmission of the disease, you can be advised by your doctor to take certain medications and vitamins. Contact between you and your husband (including sexual contact) may also be limited to the time when the disease is no longer at risk of being transmitted. Depending on the age of the womb and your baby's immune system later, the risk of transmission can be high, can or may not, can be severe, or may not. Earlier examination to the doctor can make this condition treated more quickly, so that the potential for dangerous conditions can be avoided.
Herpes during pregnancy
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