Adacel/Adacel Polio

Adacel/Adacel Polio Use In Pregnancy & Lactation




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Use In Pregnancy & Lactation
Pregnant Women: The effect of ADACEL-POLIO on the development of the embryo and fetus has not been assessed. Limited post-marketing data is available following administration of ADACEL-POLIO in pregnant women. Vaccination in pregnancy is not recommended unless there is a definite risk of acquiring pertussis. As the vaccine is inactivated, risk to the embryo or the fetus is improbable. The benefits versus the risks of administering ADACEL-POLIO during pregnancy should be carefully evaluated when there is a high probable risk of exposure to a household contact or during an outbreak in the community.
Nursing Women: The effect of administration of ADACEL-POLIO during lactation has not been assessed. As ADACEL-POLIO is inactivated, any risk to the mother or the infant is improbable. However, the effect on breast-fed infants of the administration of ADACEL-POLIO to their mothers has not been studied. The risks and benefits of vaccination should be assessed before making the decision to immunize a nursing woman.
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