Reduce liver cancer!
Protecting babies from hepatitis B, which is transmitted through blood and easily transmitted at home
It is transmitted through blood and bodily fluids.
There is a 70% to 90% risk of transmission to the baby if the infection is sexually transmitted or if the mother is infected.
Symptoms include fever, malaise, and jaundice, and can cause major liver diseases such as fulminant hepatitis, cirrhosis, and liver cancer.
Children under 1 year of age can be vaccinated regularly. Older people can be vaccinated at their own expense. Depending on where you are traveling to, you may need vaccinations.
Simultaneous vaccination with rota vaccine, Hib vaccine, and pediatric pneumococcal vaccine is recommended for the vaccine debut at 2 months of age. From the age of 3 months, you can be vaccinated with the 4-type mixed vaccine at the same time.
The 3rd vaccination is given on a schedule about 5 months after the 1st vaccination, so the schedule differs from the 3rd vaccination date of the vaccination that was done at the same time until the 2nd vaccination. Be careful when making a reservation!