The reason that children should be immunised is that the various vaccines that are available to so that our bodies are prepared to fight serious infections that we may come into contact with in the future. There are some diseases that can have a severe lasting damage to the childs health and in some very serious cases can eve resort in death.
Due to the high success rate of vaccinations, it is now becoming rare for children to get serious diseases, like diphtheria, polio or tetanus. Measles and pertussis (whooping cough) are also starting to become less common.
5-in-1 Infant Vaccine
Rota Virus Vaccine
Men C Vaccine
5-in-1 Infant Vaccine (2nd Dose)
Rota Virus Vaccine (2nd Dose)
5-in-1 Vaccine (3rd Dose)
Pheumococcal Vaccine (2nd Dose)
Hib/Men C Booster Vaccine
Pheumococcal Vaccine (3rd dose)
2, 3 and 4 Years
Children’s Annual Flu Vaccine
3 Years and 4 Months
4-in-1 Pre School Booster
MMR Vaccine (2nd Dose)
Men C Teenage Booster
3-in-1 Teenage Booster Vaccine
There are quite a few reason why a child can’t be vaccinated the case maybe that they are too young, the child has specific medical reasons or in very rare cases that the vaccine doesn’t actually work.
Some parents may choose not to have their child vaccinated for multiple reasons, one of the main reasons that parents don’t vaccinate is that they have been online and seen the side effects and they don’t wish to put their child through it, even though the effects are very mild and don’t last a long time, the most common side effects are –
Injection site reactions (pain, swelling and redness)
Muscle & Joint pain
On more rare occasions, a severe allergic reaction may happen within a few minutes of the vaccination, this is called an anaphylactic reaction, this can be anything from breathing difficulties to even