Best Place for Vaccination in Jaipur

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Vaccination is administering vaccines in the human body as a preventive measure to develop immunity against different diseases. Vaccinations are a form of preventive infection control. They protect people from becoming sick. Diseases such as polio, measles, tetanus, whooping cough, etc have been controlled due to the process of the vaccination. Our doctors offer vaccinations against a wide array of diseases. These vaccinations teach the body to recognize different diseases. The body is stimulated to produce antibodies that fight against antigens which cause infection. Vaccines expose the body to a safe form of the disease and as a result, the body gets trained to ward off actual infection. An injection is used to give vaccines. For infants, a vaccine schedule has been set. Each vaccine is given according to the timeline. Some vaccines can lead to side effects such as sleep disturbances, low-grade fever, joint pain, redness or swelling at injection site etc. However, the benefits of vaccines often outweigh its disadvantages.

Vaccination is the most effective and safest way to protect the kids from contagious and infectious disease. Vaccines significantly reduces the dangerous and fetal effects of the infectious diseases that supposed to be fatal for the infants and children.


Vaccines are basically live weakened virus or inactive virus or small amount of any toxin secreted by the viruses or bacteria, that are introduced into the body. The body immune system recognize these foreign materials as enemy and develops the ability to fight, kill and inactivate them. When these vaccines enter into body, Cells of Immune system create memory of these particles, these cells are known as memory cells. If the body is exposed by these particles again, memory cells of immune system immediately take action against and inactivate or kill them.


    There are mainly four types of vaccines as given below:
  • • Live attenuated Vaccine - These vaccines contains a strain of live weakened virus like Mumps, Rubella, Chickenpox vaccines
  • • Inactivated / Killed Vaccine - These vaccines are developed by inactivating or neutralizing the virus like Polio Vaccine.
  • • Toxoid Vaccine - These vaccines develop by the weakened toxin called toxoid produces by the bacteria or viruses.
  • • Subunit Vaccine - These vaccines contain a part of the bacteria or the virus, not the whole microorganism like DTaP Vaccine.
  • • Conjugate Vaccine - These vaccines are developed by using polysaccharide part of the envelope of the microorganism like Pneumococcal Vaccine.


Vaccines are the best way to prevent the disease. If a person is infected by the virus or bacteria directly or naturally, the complications can be more severe and fatal but if they are introduced into the body artificially in weakened or inactivate form, the body’s Immune system learns how to fight and kill them. So, the complication become less severe.


    Not only babies even adults also need more then one dose of vaccine because -
  • Sometimes a single dose does not develop sufficient immunity so that in order to generate more immunity, more then one dose of vaccines is required.
  • Some viruses develop changes in their genetic material or structure (like Influenza virus) so these vaccines are redesigned according to virus every year and need to be given.
  • In case or certain type of vaccines (such as measles, mumps, rubella) more then one dose is required to ensure that person develops an optimal and adequate immune response.
  • Some vaccines protect against more then one infection such as DTaP vaccine (give protection against diphtheria, tetanus and whopping cough), required to receive routinely because after some time immunity against these infections gradually decreases so that a booster is required to get the immunity back.


Like other medications Vaccine can also cause some side effects but these effects are usually not severe and can be controlled easily.

Side effects due to vaccination are :-

  • • Pain, swelling, or redness (Where injections have been given)
  • • Mild fever, cold
  • • Mild rashes
  • • Vomiting
  • • Feeling tired
  • • Headache and joints pain
  • • Sleeplessness and loss of appetite

“In spite of advance in health care field, the disease prevented by vaccines can still be very severe and vaccine are the best way to prevent them. Vaccination is necessary to prevent children from getting sick from infectious diseases. Vaccine prevents the spreads of infectious, dangerous and deadly diseases.”