Good afternoon, the fact is that vaccinations themselves are not harmful if they meet all the requirements.
We will now write you the pros and cons of vaccination, and the choice is yours.
-Vaccination only weakens immunity for a short time , but in general it becomes stronger. A person does not have natural immunity against pathogens of severe infections. Vaccinations are the only way to protect against them.
-Vaccination is not a 100% guarantee that a child will not get sick with the disease from which he was vaccinated. No vaccine can completely protect against infection.
-Even partial protection is better than none at all. In vaccinated children, even if they get sick, the disease progresses in a milder form and gives fewer complications.
- The danger of many infections is greatly exaggerated. It is better for the child to have had chickenpox or measles on his own and purchase lifelong immunity to them. A vaccine will not protect against these diseases for life - revaccinations are necessary, each of which is associated with a risk of complications.
-So-called d infections can also cause serious complications. Especially if adults who have not been vaccinated against them and have not been ill with them in childhood are caught up: for example, rubella in pregnant women often leads to congenital malformations of the fetus.