With the popularization of vaccines, every baby must be vaccinated according to regulations after birth. This can prevent diseases to the greatest extent. However, the vaccination process has not been smooth sailing. Parents cannot be vaccinated if their baby has a fever or cold. Faced with various vaccines and not knowing how to choose, as well as the adverse reactions after vaccination, parents are at a loss. Today, we will ask 11 questions about vaccines! To solve the doubts in the hearts of all mothers and fathers. Without further ado, let’s get started~ 1. Many people say that people should get the pentavalent vaccine. Should I follow suit? Pentavalent vaccine refers to a pentavalent vaccine that combines DPT triple vaccine with HIB and inactivated polio vaccine. It can prevent whooping cough, diphtheria, tetanus, Haemophilus influenzae type b and poliomyelitis at the same time. five diseases. They are generally imported, are less invasive to the baby, require 8 less needles, and have good effects. Of course, the choice lies with the parents. Don\’t show off when financial conditions do not allow it. The two effects are the same. 2. What will happen if the vaccination time is exceeded? Need to be revaccinated? It is best to vaccinate according to the prescribed time. If the vaccination is delayed due to force majeure factors, it is not too late as long as the disease has not yet arrived. The vaccination must be one step ahead of the disease to be effective. Generally speaking, vaccination can be postponed for one month, but it is best to get vaccinated as early as possible. In addition, most of the vaccines are missing and only need to be re-vaccinated without starting from scratch (a very small number of vaccines need to be re-vaccinated, please consult the staff of the epidemic prevention station for details). 3. Why should the baby be kept under observation for 30 minutes after the injection? Don’t underestimate these 30 minutes, because it plays a very important role! Generally speaking, vaccines contain proteins or other ingredients. Infants and young children are prone to allergies to certain ingredients, and most of them will show up in about 30 minutes. If allergies occur during the observation period, the baby will receive timely treatment. Avoid or mitigate serious consequences to a large extent. If parents think it\’s okay and take their baby home after vaccination, if they fail to treat allergies immediately, they can easily put their baby in an extremely dangerous situation with disastrous consequences. 4. After receiving the relevant vaccine, does it mean that you will not suffer from this disease? Vaccination cannot achieve 100% absolute prevention, but it can prevent the occurrence of diseases to the greatest extent. Vaccination will definitely have a lower incidence rate, milder symptoms, and fewer complications than those without vaccination. In other words, vaccination is safer . 5. Which babies should be vaccinated with caution? Babies with a history of severe allergies or allergic reactions after vaccination, babies with neurological diseases such as epilepsy and spasms, and babies with specific diseases such as congenital immune system defects, severe rickets, and malignant tumors need to consult a doctor in detail before proceeding. Relevant vaccinations or inability to receive certain vaccines. 6. Which vaccines cannot be vaccinated after the age? Over 4 years old: Rotavirus vaccine is not allowed. Over 5 years old: Haemophilus influenzae vaccine and hand, foot and mouth vaccine are not allowed. 7. If I am going out of town, can my baby be vaccinated in advance? Vaccine vaccination can be postponed appropriately, but vaccination cannot be carried out in advance. Once the rules are broken, it may cause medical accidents. 8. What adverse reactions are normal after vaccination? After baby is vaccinatedCrying, mild fever (generally no more than 38°5), not liking to breastfeed, loss of appetite, redness and swelling at the needle site, bad temper, etc. are all normal reactions after vaccination. When the above situations occur, parents should take appropriate measures. Treatment, such as soothing methods, physical cooling, drinking more water, paying attention to rest, eating light food, and carefully caring for the vaccination site, just do not squeeze or pick it (especially for BCG, pus and scabs are normal, so Don\’t crowd). 9. If the vaccine is out of stock, can I get vaccinated elsewhere? Yes, but you must bring a vaccination book with you so that medical staff can vaccinate the baby based on his previous vaccinations. As for newborns, it is not recommended to run too far. 10. Why can’t babies take a bath just after vaccination? Because of fear of infection! Afraid of infection at the injection site, afraid of breaking the wound which is not conducive to recovery, and afraid that unclean water will cause inflammation of the wound, so it is safer to take a shower after 24 hours. Of course, it is not absolute that people are not allowed to take a shower that day. There is currently no news about contracting the virus due to taking a shower. Therefore, parents can decide based on the situation, but just in case, it is generally not recommended to bathe a newly vaccinated baby on the same day. 11. Do I need to delay vaccination as long as I am sick? If your baby is sick, it is best not to vaccinate, because it can easily aggravate the condition. Even if the baby is cured, he should recover a week before getting vaccinated. But not all diseases require postponement of vaccination. For example, nasal congestion, mild cough, mild eczema, etc. due to temperature differences or secretions blocking the nasal cavity will not affect vaccination (please consult the epidemic prevention station staff for specific circumstances).