Stamaril

Vaccine against yellow fever, designed for persons from 9 months up to 60 years of age. Travellers above that age limit can get the vaccination based on health conditions consideration and based on informed consent addendum signature.

The vaccine is applied to the upper part of an arm. Infants under 6 months of age mustn´t get the vaccine.

Vaccination scheme

Vaccination by 1 dose on the selected day.

No re-vaccination is being performed. This is a lifelong efficient vaccination.

When it is necessary to postpone the vaccination?

You mustn´t suffer from any acute disease at the time of vaccination. On the day of application it is recommended to avoid any strains, sauna or excessive alcohol drinking. The delay after previous vaccination must be 2 weeks as a minimum (after application of live vaccines, like e.g. Priorix, Varilrix – 4 weeks) and any consequent vaccination may be administrated in 4 weeks as a minimum. You mustn´t take antibiotics at the time of vaccination.

Undesirable effects after vaccination

Soreness, sensitivity, redness and swelling in the point of vaccination, muscle pains, qualm, diarrhoea, vomiting, fever, nervousness, rash (eruption).

Pregnancy, breastfeeding

Vaccination of pregnant women is recommended only in necessary cases and based on careful assessment of potential risks and benefits.

Vaccination at the time of pregnancy is not recommended, unless unavoidable.

Warning

All the data stated herein are of informative character only. The doctor always selects the vaccine or vaccination scheme based on personal consultation in the vaccination centre.