Should "pregnant women" get "COVID-19" vaccine?

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Should "pregnant women" get "COVID-19" vaccine?

Post by jiraporn66 » Tue May 04, 2021 5:07 am


Department of Health, Ministry of ยิงปลาออนไลน์ Public Health Most of the 77 pregnant women infected with COVID-19 were asymptomatic and found 81.5% of the infection in the last trimester of pregnancy. But to be suitable, should be injected during the period after 12 weeks of gestation and to protect themselves continuously.

Dr. Suwanchai, M.D. Wattana Yingcharoenchai Director-General of the Department of Health said that from the meeting of the Working Group on the health care of pregnant women. And after birth with COVID-19, the latest survey data of the Department of Health was presented. On April 28, 2021, 77 pregnant women with COVID-19 were asymptomatic, 43 with pneumonia. 21 deaths were not intubated. Most of them, 81.5 percent, were infected in the last trimester of pregnancy. There are few data on vaccine use in pregnant women. But pregnant women infected with COVID-19 There is a risk that the disease will be more severe than the general population.

Practice of pregnant women during the COVID-19 epidemic
Pregnancy examination appointments If pregnant during the first and second trimester without any special examination. Can call to request to postpone the pregnancy examination appointment as appropriate In cases where the pregnancy is 32 weeks onwards And in high-risk pregnancy or associated diseases, including hypertension, diabetes, thyroid, heart, asthma, chronic lung, kidney and autoimmune disorders. Should go to the antenatal care according to the doctor's appointment every time With an appointment in advance In order to reduce the length of stay in the hospital as short as possible
Avoid traveling by public transport.
It is recommended to have no more than 1 accompanying person, and to wear a mask all the time when going out. Carry an alcohol gel with you to wash your hands when necessary.
While waiting for examination or receiving medication Keep a distance of at least 2 meters from others.
When you get home, remove the mask properly, wash your hands and change your clothes immediately.
Notice signs of pregnancy disorders, such as swelling and less wriggling. Vaginal bleeding, pain in the womb, if you have such symptoms Please contact the antenatal service to refer to the hospital further.

Recommend pregnant women Get vaccinated against COVID-19

Ekachai M.D. Pian Sriwachara Director of the Bureau of Health Promotion And a spokesperson for the Department of Health Added that Department of Health by the Bureau of Health Promotion Had a meeting with Assoc. Prof. Chanen Wanaphirak, MD, Chairman of Maternal and Child Health Subcommittee Royal College of Obstetricians of Thailand Along with infectious disease specialists And the Maternal and Perinatal Subcommittee Under the National Maternal and Child Health Committee Had a preliminary conclusion With a suggestion that All pregnant women should be vaccinated. And should be informed about the benefits and side effects of vaccination. Including the risk of contracting COVID-19 And the severity of the disease before making a decision

Which pregnant women should get the vaccine first It has the same principles as the general public, such as those at risk of infection, such as medical personnel. Or a person who works in a way that has to come in contact with a large crowd Individuals living in areas with high disease outbreaks Including those who are at risk of developing severe disease when infected, such as pregnant women with underlying disease, diabetes, high blood pressure. Chronic lung disease, asthma, overweight.

What period of pregnancy should the vaccine be administered?

The recommended vaccination period is after 12 weeks of gestation. And recommend getting the Sinovac vaccine first Because it is produced from dead germs While AstraZeneca is a viral vector vaccine, it has a high chance of developing a fever after injection. And thromboembolism has been reported in women younger than 30 years, but it is rare for women planning to become pregnant. And lactating women Can be vaccinated just like a normal person.

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