TT Vaccination During 4 Months Of Pregnancy?
Hello, I am eager, I want to ask I was 4 months pregnant and yesterday I was injected on the 8th day but 1 day after the injection I experienced shortness of breath in the neck like choking, Is it safe for my fetus do I have to see a gynecologist?
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Basically, giving TT vaccinations can cause some mild side effects such as redness, swelling, and warmth at the injection site, itching and rashes at the injection site, fever, headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle and joint pain, swelling lymph gland.
If you experience severe shortness of breath after vaccination, you may experience an allergic reaction to the vaccine. If until now you are still experiencing shortness of breath, you should immediately go to the hospital for further treatment. If at this time you are no longer experiencing shortness of breath, you can tell the reaction that appears after immunization to your obstetrician at the time of control so that the doctor is more vigilant at the next vaccination. If it is suspected that you have a severe allergic reaction to the vaccine, it is likely that the vaccine will not be given again.
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