No need to have too much fear of Toxoplasma
The reason why we was afraid of the toxoplasma worm is because they may cause malformations of the fetus's fetus, so many owners will send the dogs away when they are preparing for children. Even if some owners are unwilling to send them away, their family members will persecute or even secretly send the dog away. So is the toxoplastyworm really that we are so terrible.
Gow -shaped worms can infect the fetus through the skin, mucous membranes, placenta, etc. The object of the mother's infection is usually a cat or dog in the family. The healthy dogs will not develop even if they are infected with a bowworm. Most of them are invisible infections. Gow -shaped worms can also cause premature or miscarriage in the pregnancy of the hoe. The puppies produced often have symptoms of dilute, breathing distress, and exercise disorders.
If a pregnant woman is infected with a hormone, it may cause problems such as death, abortion, and fetal malformations, which sounds terrible. But generally don't worry too much. First of all, the chance of the dog itself is not very likely to infect the toxoplasma worm. Relatively speaking, the chance of a cat infected with a bowworm is higher. And in general, the current owners have a good health awareness. If you plan to ask your child, you will go to the hospital for an examination. If the dog and themselves have no problems, just help the dog to do insect repellent care work in the future. Usually reduce contact with dogs, pay attention to breeding, there is usually no problem.
In addition, it is a problem about the toxoplasma vaccine. In fact, the toxoplasma vaccine in many pet hospitals is not very common. First of all, it is not sure what the effect of this vaccine is. After all, the infection rate of dogs itself is not very high. Secondly, there is really no need to inject this vaccine for dogs, and the effective time of such vaccines is not very long.
It is normal for us to be afraid of toxoplasma, but we should also treat them rationally. As long as we usually do related nursing work and do the corresponding inspections, there are generally no problems, so we don't need to panic too much.