Vaccination against encephalitis and contraindications

Tick encephalitis is for people very serious danger. Its bite can trigger various disorders of the nervous system, cause inflammation of the brain. Causative agents of tick-borne encephalitis are viruses that carry these insects.

To prevent the disease is much easier and cheaper than to cure it. In addition, encephalitis is a serious threat and can lead to complete paralysis or even death.

To prevent the development of the disease it is necessary to get vaccinated. You can choose domestic or imported vaccine.
It is believed that imported drugs against encephalitis is easier tolerated by the body thanks to their high purity.

Some time after the first vaccination requires repeated administration of the drug. The vaccine cannot enter people recently had any disease. For vaccination, the body needs to get stronger.

Vaccination encephalitis and is contraindicated in children under 2 years, pregnant women and some other categories of citizens.

Currently, doctors say that the pregnancy should be planned. This avoids many of the problems associated with gestation.

2-3 months before planned conception is advisable to visit some experts and pass all required tests. The analysis on antibodies to tick-borne encephalitis is not required for delivery, but the doctors suggest to pass this test, so that you can weigh all the risks and, if necessary, to get vaccinated.
It must be remembered that the vaccine protect against infection with tick-borne encephalitis, but not all of the diseases carried by ticks. Nymphal ticks are unwanted even after the enforcement of vaccination.

Vaccinations during pregnancy

Despite contraindications to administration of vaccine against tick-borne encephalitis during pregnancy, experts believe that in some cases vaccination is acceptable. This applies to those situations where the risk of Contracting encephalitis was significantly higher than the risk of harm from vaccination. For example, vaccination is necessary after the onset of suspected tick bite.

Vaccination is forbidden for the reason that the drug can penetrate the placental barrier and harm the child. However, currently this issue is still not fully understood and scientists have no reliable data confirming the risk of introducing vaccines to pregnant women. That is why in exceptional cases, vaccination is still possible.

Pregnant women generally is not injected the vaccine itself and the antibodies. This allows the body to quickly deal with virus. To be vaccinated in the clinic, but before that, be sure to consult with your doctor, a leading pregnancy.