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ala25
03-04-04, 22:43
na<a target="_blank" href=http://www.szczepienia.pl>www.szczepienia.pl</a>dowiedziałam sie, ze jest szczepionka przeciwko ospie. Czy któras z Was sie zdecydowała? Ja chyba zaszczepie.


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Ala i Filipek
ur 29.07.2003

polahola
04-04-04, 04:02
alu, w stanach szczepienie na ospe jest szczepieniem standardowym. co nie znaczy, ze musisz dac swoje dziecko zaszczepic.
wiem, ze ja nie bylam szczepiona, bo w polsce na ospe sie nie szczepilo i dlugo pokutowalo, a moze tylko istanialo i istnieje przeswiadczenie, ze te chorobe dzieci powinny po prostu przejsc. jak strasznie ja przechodzilam pamietam z opowiesci mamy. ile sie najadla strachu przeze mnie nie bede ci opowiadala. sama pewnie wiesz, ze powiklania przy ospie moga byc nawet smiertelne.

w tych czterech punkatach (ktore skopiowalam z tej strony <a target="_blank" href=http://www.parentcenter.com/refcap/health/wellness/1072.html>http://www.parentcenter.com/refcap/health/wellness/1072.html</a> ) dowiesz sie, ze jednak lepiej jest dzieci szczepic. a ze swojej strony dodam, ze adas byl szczepiony majac 13 miesiecy a na ospe zachorowal kilka tygodni temu. jednak te pare krost na plecach, zadnej goraczki i w sumie zadnych innych dolegliwosci, mowia same za siebie. nam lekarz nawet nie kazal niczym smarowac, bo krostki byly male i blade.

1) Chicken pox is no party. If your child gets it, he's likely to develop a rash of itchy, painful blisters accompanied by fever and fatigue. If the blisters get infected, he may need antibiotics. They may also leave permanent facial scars. He'll have to stay home from daycare or school for at least a week and sometimes two. And if you work, you'll have to stay home, too, and care for him.

2) Chicken pox can be serious and even deadly. Each year one in a thousand infected U.S. children ends up in the hospital with complications such as pneumonia or encephalitis (a brain infection), and 50 of them die. Researchers think the virus may also make your child more susceptible to skin infections caused by "flesh-eating" bacteria.

3) The vaccine will protect your child from the worst of this illness. About 20 percent of vaccinated children may still get chicken pox, but will have only very mild symptoms. (That usually means fewer than 50 blisters, no fever, and less sick time.)

4) The vaccine can protect your child from a related disease called shingles. About 20 percent of adults who had chicken pox earlier in life get this rash with extremely painful and disfiguring blisters on the face, chest, or abdomen. The blisters can be inches across. Shingles appear when the chicken pox virus, which lives forever in the central nervous system, "reawakens" and becomes active again. Adults who have been vaccinated against chicken pox may still get shingles but will have a much less severe case than those who had the virus itself. Offit says this is the primary reason he decided to have his own children vaccinated.

ps. u nas szczepi sie varivaxem a chicken pox to oczywiscie ospa.
powodzenia :)

pola (adam 3 l. nina & maya 11 m)
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ala25
04-04-04, 13:51
Teraz wiem, ze zaszczepie, i to jak najpredzej.
Szczepic mozna od 9 mies.
No własnie w Stanach.........
Mi to sie coraz czesciej wydaje, ze zyjemy w kraju 3go swiata:-(

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Ala i Filipek
ur 29.07.2003