The child is the entity through which the woman gets the most important position of the mother. Due to proper care by the mother, the new generation is also protected from diseases and becomes strong. It is in the womb of the little mother that the mother has to take two doses of TB. She also needs to take iron and calcium tablets regularly so that the baby can develop properly in the mother’s womb.
It is important to check the baby and the mother every month until the baby is born.
The dose of BCG, OPVO, Hepatitis B is given at birth. The purpose is to prevent tetanus in the baby or mother after birth. The baby is protected from polio and jaundice.
According to a report, 47,000 children in Pakistan die of various diseases every year. The number of children suffering from tetanus, whooping cough, smallpox, meningitis and measles is on the rise. By doing so, the mortality rate can be reduced.
Immunizations activate the human body’s immune system against any disease. Immunizations around the world led to the eradication of smallpox in the 1980s. Polio, tetanus, whooping cough and other diseases in developed countries. Has ended. In the United States, measles vaccine controls about 95% of measles cases.
In the United States and Canada, about 90% of children up to the age of two have completed a course of immunizations.
The Child Immunization Program includes 9 notable childhood diseases including polio, whooping cough, measles, tuberculosis, diphtheria, meningitis, pneumonia and hepatitis B. Vaccination, polio vaccine at ten weeks and polio vaccine after 14 weeks, the first measles vaccine after nine months and the second measles vaccine after fifteen months and polio drops.
Thus, a pregnant woman receives two TB shots during pregnancy and one after birth.
Vaccination campaigns are conducted every year to protect against seven diseases, such as polio, hepatitis and measles, especially in areas where the disease is more prevalent. Becomes more aggressive.
Little parents have a right to be given full attention. No parent can tolerate a piece of their liver suffering from diseases such as polio, whooping cough, diphtheria and tetanus. Why the delay in getting vaccinated?
The immunization course should be completed on time. Here is a simple immunization plan:
BCG and polio (congenital) immediately after birth
One and a half months (six weeks) Polio (first) DPT (first)
Two and a half months (ten weeks) Polio (second) DPT (second)
Three and a half months (fourteen weeks) Polio (third) DPT (third)
Nine months: (Measles).
In addition, all married women up to the age of 40 should complete a course of vaccinations to protect themselves from tetanus. These vaccines protect them and their unborn children from tetanus.
It is important for mothers to monitor their baby’s development. They should weigh their babies monthly for three years from birth. If they do not gain weight for two months, it is a matter of concern.
Under normal circumstances, a baby should weigh twice as much as its birth weight in five months and three times as much at one year of age. Here are a few things every mother should know.
Breast milk alone is enough for a baby up to six months old.
The baby then needs a diet other than breast milk that is high in vitamin A, such as carrots, apples, etc.
Children under the age of three should add a little ghee or oil to their food.
Children under the age of three need to eat five or six times a day.
After the disease is over, children become more hungry so that they can make up for the lack of development caused by the disease.
It is also important to pay close attention to the child’s mental and emotional development, play with him, talk to him and love him.
The bra of health and hygiene is with the skirt. Here are some things that mothers need to pay attention to:
Cover food items and protect them from flies, insects and dust as they can spread diseases such as diarrhea, cholera, dysentery and tuberculosis.
Dispose of household waste properly so that dirt does not spread.
Do not use another’s used glass, cup, spoon, etc. without washing.
Be sure to wash your hands with soap before and after eating or feeding babies.
These words of cleanliness are not new, everyone knows them but still it has been observed that some men and women do not follow them.