Vaccination against hepatitis B is initially newborn babies in the maternity ward.Typically, the vaccine is administered intramuscularly in the first days of baby's life.Next vaccination against such diseases is carried out directly between the ages of three and six months.It should be borne in mind that after the implementation of vaccination against hepatitis B immunity lasts for twenty years.This preventive measure in the fight against hepatitis B is required for the baby due to the fact that in the first hours after birth, the baby is able to easily get infected with this virus.Often, the infection occurs during labor from moth
er suffering from such a serious illness.Since hepatitis B is spread through blood, infecting the child may also happen during operations, injections, blood transfusions.

adult vaccination against hepatitis B is made between the ages of 20 to 55 years only in the case if the person never got sick of the disease and, accordingly, does not serve its carrier.Vaccination against hepatitis B can be put in a district clinic or fee-based medical institutions.Mostly it is important for people at risk of the possibility of infection with hepatitis B. This includes donors, drug addicts, medical personnel, as well as people with promiscuity.

Complications and side effects of vaccination against hepatitis B


noteworthy that complications after vaccination against hepatitis B occur infrequently.Generally, it is an allergy, which can occur on any other medication.Other complications include damage to the nervous system, namely, meningitis, multiple sclerosis, neuritis;disorders of the heart;diseases of other organs - lymphadenopathy.

Side effects can be distinguished appearance of fever, which is characterized by fever, lethargy and malaise.In addition, there may be headache, nausea, vomiting state, diarrhea, pain in joints and muscles.However, these side effects are rare.The normal response to the vaccine against hepatitis B, does not require additional medical treatment are: formation of swelling, redness and swelling in the area of ​​injection.

Contraindications to vaccination against hepatitis B


Hepatitis B vaccination is strictly forbidden for people suffering from severe food allergy to yeast or other components of the vaccine.Thus, prior to vaccination should be mandatory to inform the medical staff in the event that occurred before the attacks of a severe allergic reaction.In addition, the vaccine is contraindicated in hepatitis B to any person who has in the past there was an allergy to the vaccine from the previous dose.We must remember that at elevated temperature at the time of planning vaccination is necessary to make sure the medical discharge to improve.