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    Hi all, as post states, would you consider this normal? First time one of my children have reacted like this?? Immunisation yesterday around 10am? ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1365759837.561194.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1365759846.188760.jpg
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    Poor thing, what was the vaccine? I wouldn't say it's 'normal', but I wouldn't be too concerned unless she feels unwell.

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    It's the 4 yr old ones, don't have the book on me to check names. She doesn't seem unwell, no fever or anything. Maybe localised redness just from needle?
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    They are all boosters, so I would put it down to localised swelling from the needle rather than a vaccine reaction.

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    my little one got a very similar reaction. A pharmacist told me just to tell doctor before having that one again

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    Redness and swelling is a normal reaction to the the adjuvant, whose purpose is to trigger an inflammatory response. Sometimes it's less of a response and sometimes (like here) it's rather more (poor girl). But nothing to worry about. Which vaccine?

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    My DS had a reaction like this at his 6mth needles I thought she put the vaccine too close to the skin (not in muscle deep enough). It took a good week to go away.

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    Thanks for everyone's responses. It's the infenrix ipv vaccine. The whopping cough/diphtheria/tetanus one. Doctor called back last night. It's getting less red and hot today, so that's good it hasn't bothered her at all, so at least that's a positive as well!


 

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