Vaccine: Not only children but adults need vaccines, here are the important vaccines that must be taken

Generally parents prefer to vaccinate their children on time. They don’t care about themselves. Just as there are some important age-appropriate vaccines for children, there are also vaccines for adults. But adults are not interested in taking these. In order to cope with the increasing health problems in modern times, it is necessary to take all kinds of vaccinations. It is less likely to get them for free. These vaccinations have to be taken for a hefty fee. Here is a list of vaccines that adults should definitely take.

Cervical Cancer Vaccine 
This is a vaccine for women only. Every woman should definitely take this. Because in 2019 more than 45 thousand women died due to cervical cancer.  It is estimated that 19 out of every lakh women will get cervical cancer. So every woman should take this vaccine.  Our country has recently introduced the first indigenous vaccine to prevent cervical cancer. 

Tetanus Short
Tetanus… it is known as Dhanurvatam in Telugu.  This disease is caused by bacteria called Clostridium. Muscles contract and become very painful. A vaccine is available to prevent this disease. It’s important for those over 18 to get it every ten years. 

Flu Vaccine
Who cares less about the flu? They think that even if it comes, it will decrease. But when viruses like covid attacked, it was understood that flu is also deadly. So all adults should get the flu vaccine. This flu shot needs to be taken every year. It does not cause respiratory diseases. 

Pneumonia vaccine
Adults who are struggling with diseases like diabetes, heart diseases, lung diseases, liver diseases, cancer can get pneumonia at any age. The risk of falling is high. People over 65 should also be careful with pneumonia. So all of them should take pneumonia vaccine without fail. Two types of vaccines are available for this. These two vaccines provide protection against various bacteria. 

Some more…
In India, adults are recommended to get some other vaccines along with the above mentioned vaccines. Haemoflus influenza type B vaccine, hepatitis A vaccine, hepatitis B vaccine, human papillomavirus vaccine, meningococcal vaccine, pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, varicella vaccine, tetanus, diphtheria vaccine, rubella vaccine. 

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Note: Information collected from various studies, researches and health journals is provided here as usual for your understanding. This information is not a substitute for medical care or treatment. If you have any doubts regarding health, you should definitely consult a doctor. For the items mentioned in this article, “ABP Country”, ‘ABP Network’ Note that no liability is assumed.

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