View Poll Results: Does your LO get affected when they have their vaccinations?

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  • Yes- my LO get's irritable/fever/not him/her self after vaccinations

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  • My LO doesn't change at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    Hopefully he is a bit better today
    I think he is. He went down for his morning nap without a fuss. 9am and it is now 20 past 11 and he is still sleeping. Catching up from lost sleep last night lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    I think he is. He went down for his morning nap without a fuss. 9am and it is now 20 past 11 and he is still sleeping. Catching up from lost sleep last night lol.
    That's a good sign! Sounds like it was relatively short lived then thankfully

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    That's a good sign! Sounds like it was relatively short lived then thankfully
    Hopefully! We had troubles with sleeping for the first 3.5 months of his life, needed to get help from a mother and baby unit (also for my depression). Would hate for all the hard work to go out the window now..

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    Both, two of my kids do, and two don't. I much prefer when they don't!

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    Well last night he was back to normal

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    Glad it was just the needles then and you don't need to worry about sleep regression.

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    Default Does your LO get affected when they have their vaccinations?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    Our lil fella has not been fazed by any others, expect last night after his 4 month needles. He just would not settle at all
    My DD2 was the same. Fussy and wouldn't settle after 4month needles but fine fibre first ones. Having said that it was only one night and she was fine after so will count my blessings.

    DD1 had no issues with any of the needles except small rash on the spot where needle went in

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    My DD was born at 25 weeks and has had all her vax on schedule, so her 2 month vax was when she was only 33 weeks corrected and not even 2kg. She was hooked up to lots of monitors - no reaction whatsoever. Same with 4 and 6months (but at home then).

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    Default Does your LO get affected when they have their vaccinations?

    That should be 33 weeks *gestation* corrected

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    My DD handles them well, she gets a small lump at the injection site but is otherwise ok. Last time I did give her some panadol because she felt a little warm, but when I took her temp a few second later she was fine
    She was a little out of sorts, but she did miss a nap while we were at the doctors, so it was more the mised nap than the jab I think


 

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