Not only packing the suitcase belongs to a good travel preparation. Several weeks prior to departure you should learn about malaria regions and any vaccination requirements and recommendations for the holiday destination as well as complete the travel kit with all the necessary utensils. The long-awaited vacation is finally imminent and the anticipation rises with each passing day. To experience any unpleasant surprises however in the holiday, you should ask in advance about the best known pathogens and recommended vaccinations for the destination already in time. The World Health Organization and tropical institutes and travel medical centres provides extensive information about the respective destinations. Some health insurers reimburse for such vaccinations, which can ask so worthwhile. What is important to note it? Some vaccinations can bring side effects and a full vaccination takes some time to build up, is recommended the required vaccinations at least four weeks, better two months prior to arrival to complete. First, it should be checked the disembark of all family members and tetanus, polio and diphtheria are refreshed when needed.
What vaccinations are necessary? According to destination duty can be under other following vaccinations recommended, or even: yellow fever, an infectious disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. Hepatitis A, which is transmitted through contaminated drinking water and food, and hepatitis B, which you can catch through body fluids, for example, during sexual intercourse,. Furthermore the infectious disease typhus, the pathogen is found in water and milk and the severe diarrhea disease cholera. Also you can transfer via contaminated drinking water. In addition, a malaria prophylaxis is recommended in many countries and a vaccination against meningitis, the so called meningococcal meningitis and vaccination against rabies. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Goop. It can cause reactions and side effects side effects can occur with all vaccinations. It can be after a vaccination to temporary pain in the respective arm coming or skin reactions to the injection site around.
In some cases, even cold symptoms or stomach upset may occur. However, your doctor will enlighten them about the possible side effects. In particular pregnant women and the chronically ill should consult in advance in detail. Additional protective measures to a possible contamination with pathogens to escape, they should drink tap water and dispense ice cubes, salads and other uncooked or unshelled foods. A mosquito and insect sprays provide protection from stinging insects and thus from diseases that can be transmitted through these teases. Health information, as well as the Advisor see.