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The following seven types of people should not be vaccinated against influenza:1, allergic to eggs or other components of the vaccine;2, inf


The following seven types of people should not be vaccinated against influenza:

1, allergic to eggs or other components of the vaccine;

2, infants younger than 6 months;

3, patients with acute exacerbation of chronic disease;

4, mental illness, severe epilepsy and schizophrenia patients;

5, pregnant women in the first 3 months;

6 fever, cold.

In general, children with epilepsy can be vaccinated on time. But if the baby frequent seizures or progressive unexplained encephalopathy, should be delayed injection; above 7 years old children with epilepsy patients with epilepsy failed to control, should not replant pertussis vaccine; patients with epilepsy in children with immunodeficiency disease should disable vaccine; convulsions within 3 days if the children in patients with epilepsy after the first injection, it should not be to strengthen vaccination; if the encephalopathy within 7 days after the first injection, also should not be second times of inoculation.

In our experience, vaccines and diseases of the nervous system related with epilepsy may aggravate or even cause seizures, a common Japanese encephalitis vaccine, vaccine, DPT vaccine (tetanus vaccine is influential, so most doctors recommend) does not hit the three vaccines. There is no evidence that other commonly used vaccines have been linked to seizures. Of course, there will be fever after vaccination and some discomfort symptoms, for patients with epilepsy may aggravate the attack, which is the result of fever, and the type of vaccine.

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