Vaccination is important after childbirth, know which diseases are vaccinated against?


The mother’s immune system protects the baby in the womb, so the baby feels safe. But after birth, the baby is exposed to all kinds of viruses and bacteria. In a few years, the immune system in the body of the baby is not developed enough to protect the baby from external bacteria-virus, etc.

Therefore, to prevent serious diseases, the baby is given some injections, called vaccines. Vaccination is very important for an infant after birth. Immunization is a process by which one has the power to fight infectious diseases.

Why is it important to vaccinate a child?

This vaccine is also known as injection in the language of the colloquial. By vaccination, a sick person makes his body resistant. Along with this, it also helps to develop ‘adiphenomenonism’ in the body. If someone gets an infection in their body, after vaccination, their body has enough ability to fight. Vaccination is a good way to fight infectious diseases. It helps a lot in controlling and eliminating diseases. Vaccination is an effective health investment and many reports claim it too.

From what diseases does a vaccine save a child?

– Cough (diphtheria)

– Hepatitis a

– Hepatitis b

– Arias, mumps and rubella

– Polio

– Rotavirus

– Typhoid

– Tetanus

– Chickenpox

– Influenza type A

– Meningitis

– Pneumonia

– TB

About 2.5 million people (2.5 million) are vaccinated every year because of vaccination. Includes children under 5 years of age. The smallpox disease, which caused the vortex of death worldwide, has now been completely eradicated by effective vaccination. Along with this, vaccinations have also provided a great deal of relief from diseases like polio, but do you know how the vaccine was used and how it became a lifeline for the people of the country, let’s know about it.


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