There may be redness, swelling and pain at the site of inoculation, accompanied by occasional loss of appetite, vomiting, fever and other symptoms. These reactions, usually short-lived, will go away within a few days.
Breast milk is the source of antibodies and immunity. Colostrum contains antibodies, which can increase the resistance of the baby, especially to the diseases of the respiratory tract and digestive tract, such as enterovirus. In addition, the baby who drinks breast milk are less likely to have allergies.
Like the measles vaccine, there are occasional symptoms such as rash, cough, rhinitis or fever 5 to 12 days after vaccination.
After vaccination, sit and rest for 30 minutes, and leave the hospital when there is no discomfort.
A 5-in-1 DTaP-Hib-IPV vaccine is an inactivated one that is injected to simultaneously protect against five infectious diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis and haemophilus influenzae type b.
The injection site may have redness, swelling or caking. A cold compress can be applied first, and a hot compress and massage can be given 48 hours later.
Newborn screening is conducted for congenital metabolic disorders, with the aim of early detecting congenital abnormal metabolic diseases in infants and giving appropriate treatment to reduce the physical or intellectual damage caused by the disease.
Sit bath twice a day or after defecation. Warm water is suggested and duration is about 10 to 15 minutes.
If you have bloody stool, bowel habit change, undetermined abdominal distention or anemia, please consult colorectal doctor for further examination.
Minor hematoma and pain on the surgical area is considered normal, which will improve in about 3~7 days after the surgery.