Types Of Vaccine Before Marriage For Male And Female Bride Candidates
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YOGYAKARTA Before you decide to get married, it would be nice to know what types of vaccines to get, especially for the bride and groom. However, the prospective groom is also advised to get a certain vaccine. So what types of vaccines before marriage need to be obtained?

It must be noted that before getting married, prospective brides must undergo a health screening in order to insult the risk of certain health infections. There are several types of vaccines that must be obtained by the woman, namely as follows.

The human papillomavirus or HPV vaccine is a vaccine that is injected through an immunization program for women that is useful for maintaining immunity from human papillomavirus infection. This vaccine helps women from cervical cancer attacks and prevents them from contracting HPV. The type of HPV vaccine is given by a woman before the first sexual intercourse because this vaccine cannot be given when a woman is pregnant or suffering from moderate to severe disease.

Quoted from AI Care, the DPT vaccine is a vaccine that is given to protect recipients from several diseases, namely diphtheria, pertussis cough, and tetanus. This vaccine must also be given to infants aged 2 to 18 months.

Meanwhile, tetanus vaccines are given, especially to those who are already vaccinated against DPT with a complete dose. This is done to avoid vaccine recipients from tetanus virus infection during sexical relations and to avoid infection when giving birth in emergency situations with less sterile places.

This vaccine is given to preventokera, gandongan, and rubella. This vaccine is also highly recommended for brides-to-be, both for men and women. This vaccine should not be given to pregnant women because it is dangerous for the fetus. MMR vaccine is given 4 months before marriage or 1 month before carrying out a pregnancy program.

Vaccine variricella is given to fertile women before pregnancy who are less immune to variricella or chickenpox. Varisella vaccines should be given before marriage because they cannot be given while pregnant.

Before getting married, the bride-to-be must receive the hepatitis B vaccine to prevent the hepatitis B virus. This virus can be transmitted through sexual intercourse and syringes. When exposed to this virus, the sufferer will experience complications, for example, such as cirrhosis and liver cancer.

Not only for women, the prospective groom is also advised to get a certain vaccine, namely as follows.

The HPV vaccine is not only for women, but for men aged 15 to 59 years. This vaccine helps avoid HPV infections, especially if you often have sex with different partners without safety.

Men can receive the hepatitis B vaccine from the age of 19 to 59 years. Usually this vaccine is given at 3 doses in the 1st, 1st, and 6th months. This vaccine will provide protection from hepatitis B up to 30 years.

The Tdap vaccine will provide protection from tetanus, diphtheria, and cough rejan (pertussis). This type of vaccine is highly recommended to everyone including men with the lowest age of 19 years and is given once every 10 years.

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