Up to 4 months, the baby can safely take on a visit to the grandparents or the closest relatives with whom the mother closely communicated during pregnancy. In each house there is a special microclimate to which we get used.
During the 9 months spent in the womb, the baby, too, albeit in absentia, meets through the placenta with “apartment” microbes and bacteria. After he is born, his immune system is able to recognize them, so they do not pose a serious threat to him.
But on a visit to friends with whom the mother spoke rarely, it is better not to walk up to 4 months: the child can not withstand the onslaught of “alien” bacilli. The greatest risk is a visit to a family where there are kindergarten children: they very often become carriers of childhood infections.
For the first six months of life, the pussy sleeps more than it stays awake, so it’s better to visit him in a wheelchair with a removable basket. Put a mobile bed preferably in a quiet room, where pets and children will not be allowed. At this age, babies usually quickly get used to the festive noise and do not react so keenly to the light, but older brothers in mind can drop them or hit them with a toy.
For bacterial and allergenic safety, guests should take all their hygiene products up to creams, diapers and diapers. A blanket brought from home will also be useful.
In foreign penates, the baby must sleep, crawl or play on their bedspreads, especially if the owners have pets.
After 6 months, when the baby sits and crawls, vigilance will have to be tripled. Exit the situation again will help plaid. Having raised a crumb on him, it is necessary to entertain him with a toy during the entire visit.
When the baby begins to move along the wall, it is impossible to move away from it a single step, especially if the apartment is cramped: the risk of stuffing a lump is too real.
If a family has friends with a child of the same age as your baby, you need to take into account which of them is being vaccinated and who is not.
If an unvaccinated child goes to visit a vaccinated live vaccine, then such contact is very dangerous for the first. A live polio vaccine, for example, contains a polio bacillus that, for 6 months after an injection, is released into the air with saliva, breathing, urine and excreta. That is why any contact with unvaccinated babies during this period should be excluded.
If children are vaccinated with the same drugs on the same calendar, there is no threat. If the calendar does not match, but both children are vaccinated with non-living (inactivated) vaccines, there is also no risk.