It does not cause chicken pox, which is a painful blistering with high fever and itching mainly in the stomach that is infected from saliva or contact!
If you don't have immunity, you will develop the disease in almost 100% of cases.
Severe cases can lead to severe bacterial infections of the skin, bleeding disorders, encephalitis, and pneumonia.
after coming of age
It can also cause shingles.
Children from 1 to 3 years of age can be vaccinated as routine vaccinations.
Children over the age of 3 can still be vaccinated at their own expense, so we recommend that you get vaccinated as much as possible.
After 1 year of age, the first dose is given, and the second dose is given 3 months later.
It is often given at the same time as the MMR vaccine and the mumps vaccine.
Simultaneous vaccination with the 4th Hib vaccine, the 4th pediatric pneumococcal vaccine, and the 4th combined vaccine is also often reserved.
Since it is an injectable live vaccine, it is important to note that if the MR vaccine and the mumps vaccine, which are also injectable live vaccines, are administered separately, they must be given at least 4 weeks apart. If you have been vaccinated with BCG just before 1 year of age, please pay attention to the vaccination interval of 4 weeks.
Chicken pox is more severe when you get it later in life, and people who had it as a child are at risk of developing shingles as an adult.
It is best not to get chicken pox. Because it is a highly contagious infectious disease, it is recommended that even people of an expensive age get vaccinated.