safety of tetanus vaccination during pregnancy?
- meLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
no vaccines are safe during pregnancy! Although they are supposively no longer being manufactured with mercury, there are still some out on the market, don't risk that!
- shadeLv 44 years ago
TETANUS - being pregnant A pregnant woman should not be stricken if she gets a dose of tetanus vaccination. in actuality a earlier unimmunized pregnant woman who would furnish her toddler under unhygienic circumstances could acquire 2 doses of the person formulated tetanus and diphtheria toxoid vaccination. The doses could be spaced as conventional, 4 to eight weeks aside, over the previous 2 trimesters. Incompletely immunized pregnant women people could complete the three dose sequence. those immunized greater desirable than 10 years earlier could have a booster dose.
- MommadogLv 61 decade ago
I do not think that it is safe PERIOD... I refuse to have one, last one I had I was 22 and I am now 44...
I would not do any vaccines during pregnancy..