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Why You Should Get the Polio Vaccine and Tetanus Shot

Why You Should Get the Polio Vaccine and Tetanus Shot

Why You Should Get the Polio Vaccine and Tetanus Shot


There are certain vaccines that everyone should get. The polio vaccine, in particular, is extremely important because it protects against one of the most devastating diseases in human history. Polio can cause permanent disability, and even death, so it’s crucial to take steps to protect yourself from contracting this virus by getting the polio vaccine and the tetanus shot if you haven’t yet had these immunizations. In this article, we’ll discuss why you should get the polio vaccine and the tetanus shot and what you can do to prevent both of these illnesses from affecting you in the future.


10 Facts About the Polio Vaccine

These shots have been used for more than 70 years to prevent polio. The vaccine is safe, and it doesn’t cause polio. It takes an average of 7-10 days for your body to make enough antibodies to protect you from getting sick with polio. This means that you can still get infected during that time—but if you do, your body will fight off infection before there are any symptoms. If anyone you know hasn’t gotten a shot yet, make sure they do so today! Here are 10 facts about these lifesaving vaccines: *This post contains affiliate links; when you purchase something through one of these links, I receive a small commission.*

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Benefits of vaccines

It’s important to note that vaccines don’t cause these diseases, they prevent them. For those of us who have never had polio or tetanus, it’s hard to appreciate just how awful they are. Many people believe that polio is a thing of the past; but we continue to see about 20 cases in our country each year (and there are actually twice as many worldwide). The CDC says those numbers make it easy to forget that poliovirus infection can be a devastating disease.


What to ask your doctor about vaccinations?

You’re sitting in your doctor’s office, waiting for a well-child checkup. It’s time to talk about getting a vaccination or two—and you know you want them. Just one problem: What are those mysterious vaccines for? Are they safe? And why do kids need more than one at a time? These common questions may help answer some of your concerns. Here’s what parents should ask their doctors about vaccinations: Is it safe to receive more than one vaccine at a time? Yes. In fact, it's better that way; children need all their shots (and good nutrition) at the same time to maximize protection against diseases like polio and measles.


The side effects of polio vaccination

While not a common occurrence, polio vaccination can cause some mild side effects, including fever, soreness or redness at injection site, tiredness or weakness and headaches. If these are experienced for more than 24 hours after receiving your vaccine you should contact your doctor immediately. As always talk to your doctor before administering any vaccinations or drugs to yourself or loved ones. If a child has an adverse reaction they will be hospitalized while treatment is administered.


8 myths about polio vaccine

Many people assume that because polio no longer exists in many developed countries, vaccinations are no longer necessary. In fact, polio is still present in some parts of Africa, Asia, and South America, which means it’s very possible for an unvaccinated person to contract polio while traveling or living abroad. If you’re planning a trip to one of these areas, speak with your doctor about getting your flu shot well in advance.


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Infants are at risk for polio as soon as they are born. The only way to protect them from getting it is to get them vaccinated. The CDC recommends children receive a series of four shots at 2, 4, 6-18 months, then again between 4-6 years old. Adults need a booster shot every 10 years after that.

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