Before pregnancy, a woman should be given all compulsory vaccinations according to the gynecologist. Live vaccines should be given at least one month before the planned pregnancy. "The most important thing is the vaccination against the sheep pups, if the wife does not survive." Every pregnant woman should receive an influenza vaccine every year between October and December when non-live vaccines are necessary just before and during pregnancy. diphtheria, tetanus and black cough, 28 to 37 weeks of pregnancy, " Kotek approached the physician by recommending vaccines based on the patient's health and age.
Kotek, during pregnancy, explained that the flu can cause complications of mother and fetus. The applicant recalled that six pregnant women had died from pandemic influenza in Slovakia in 2009 and had 46.15% of cases. The gynecologist also said that the direct transmission of mother-child flu is rare during pregnancy, but may be caused by miscarriage in the first trimester of pregnancy. He also emphasized that influenza virus may cause the fetus to break the neural tube. Infected mothers of infected mothers may also be delayed in infancy.
The gynecologist also reminded that postnatal vaccination is important. "A vaccinated mother reduces the risk of infecting her baby and, if she is not fed with breast milk, a woman who has not been vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria, and black cough should be vaccinated immediately after birth, if not vaccinated for the past five years." Kotek added. After the vaccination of the pregnant woman, the antibodies that pass through the placenta occur in about two weeks.
The doctor emphasized that the pregnant women who vaccinate are properly documented and safe for the mother and child.