When being vaccinated against measles, rubella and mumps and how is it tolerated

�Caring parents need to know when and what vaccinations a small child needs to be given. In addition, they should have an idea of how the vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella (CCP) is transferred in order to adequately respond to the reaction of the child's body.

How is the vaccine from the PDA

The first complex injection is given to a healthy baby at 12 months. The body of the child may react differently to the vaccine.

How is measles, rubella, mumps vaccination
How the measles, rubella and mumps vaccination will be tolerated depends on the individual characteristics of the organism
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In 10% of cases after an injection, a child may experience:

  • runny nose;
  • headache;
  • lack of appetite and sleep disturbance;
  • slight fever and weakness;
  • redness of the throat.

These symptoms should pass in 2 to 3 days. In addition to them, there may be redness and swelling in the field of vaccination.In order to make the child easier to pass the vaccine, it is enough to use anti-inflammatory antipyretic and anti-allergic drugs.

How to tolerate vaccination in children 6 years

At this age, do a secondary vaccination against PDA. The injection is administered in the region of the liver, under the scapula or in the right shoulder. In addition to signs of a mild viral disease, you may receive:

  • allergy in the form of a rash at the site of vaccination or throughout the body;
  • bronchitis;
  • sore throat;
  • otitis.

Such a reaction occurs as a result of improper behavior of the patient before vaccination or after it.

Side Effects on the Rubella Ingredient

On this component, in rare cases, there is an increase in lymph nodes and redness at the injection site. A slight increase in temperature and the appearance of pain in the joints are allowed.

Reaction to the mumps vaccination element

The vaccination component can cause toxic reactions that are accompanied by high fever and poor health. A side effect is also damage to the nervous system, then the child feels a headache, general weakness, convulsions and vomiting may occur.

Complications for measles vaccine

In most cases, it is the measles component of the injection that leads to complications. From the 6th to the 11th day, a toxic reaction may occur, which is accompanied by fever, rash, sore throat and weakness. In rare cases, the inflammatory process can affect the nervous system, which leads to convulsions and signs of inflammation of the brain. In severe cases, there can be anaphylactic shock and angioedema.

With such signs, immediately contact a specialist.

There are many conflicting reviews about the effects of vaccinations. But negative indicators after vaccination can not be compared with the dangerous consequences as a result of abandoning it.



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