During Pregnancy

Pregnant women should get the Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) vaccine to help protect their babies from pertussis (whooping cough), which can be life-threatening in infants.

Whooping cough can be really dangerous for your baby, and you may not even know he has it.

14 thoughts on “During Pregnancy

  1. Thanks for this info beautiful.

    Though i don’t think the Diphtheria and Pertusis vaccine is common here because in my two pregnancies, we’re only told about and given Tetanus vaccine.

  2. Another eye opener from our precious Angel of life. I will also document this and keep it handy though as I have mentioned before I hope these treatments are available and affordable in our health care system in Nigeria. Thanks so much. I appreciate deeply every effort you put in to make life healthier for people. God bless you.💕❤💕

  3. ever since i attended an Inaugural Lecture titled …Recalling ‘Therapeutic Exiles’: Who Speaks for Women and Children?. i have always love seeing a good family health professional and health advocator like you speaking for woman and children…i see you are one who routinely mainstreams women and children issues into your teaching, sensitisation, community service and practices…keep it up ma….to be shared.

  4. ever since i attended an Inaugural Lecture titled …Recalling ‘Therapeutic Exiles’: Who Speaks for Women and Children?. i have always love seeing a good family health professional and health advocator like you speaking for woman and children…i see you are one who routinely mainstreams women and children issues into your teaching, sensitisation, community service and practices…keep it up ma….to be shared.

  5. Waoo waoo, waoo, this is an amazing piece. When I was pregnant with my dota, I never went for anti – natal, because I was hiding the pregnancy, I remember I took the first vaccine when I was 8 month, all because I was a novice, any other thing the women usually do I don’t know much it was divine help from God almighty that I put to bedpeacefully, and again I didn’t breast feed her due to my examinations. She is 9 years now so beautiful, smart, & intelligent.
    I want to ask you dearest Nurse, will there be any sort of repercotion on me or my girl in future. Thank you.

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