My baby's hyperthyroidism level was a little bit high before, but now he is taking medication to keep it normal, can he get vaccination now?Do you need to stop the medication?
According to the situation described, if the baby's hyperthyroidism is not particularly serious and is now under control, it is possible to take preventive injections, which will have no effect on the condition.The baby must pay attention to keep warm, do not catch cold, prevent infection, and eat a light diet.
Hyperthyroidism occurs in association with autoimmunity and is a specific type of autoimmune thyroid disease.Vaccination is possible if the hyperthyroidism is well controlled.It is recommended that the child be reviewed for hyperthyroidism before vaccination.
The occurrence of hyperthyroidism is related to autoimmunity, a special type of autoimmune thyroid disease, which is influenced by both genetic and environmental factors. It is a thyrotoxicosis caused by multiple causes of excessive production of thyroid hormones by the thyroid glands themselves, and there is no such preventive shot.It is recommended that the family remain calm and can take the child to the endocrinology department of a regular hospital for a thyroid function test, which is not difficult to diagnose.Once the diagnosis is confirmed, treat it as early as possible.