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can hepatitis b prevent a child from walking

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Updated on Jan 25, 2020

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| Jan 25, 2020

Helo itohan pain will be there so dont touch the vaccinated area just you can give ice packs mildly and hope doctor gave medicine after vaccination. You can give that if baby have unbearable pain. This is what my pediatrician suggested for my baby. Some pediatrician suggests not to give medicine unless and until baby have fever so just ensure it with your pediatrician and can give. It helps in reducing the pain. The hepatitis b vaccination is painful only. So baby will cry when moving legs.

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| Jan 25, 2020

Anytime itohan ! Take care!

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| Jan 25, 2020

Hi itohan as such it doesn't prevents walking but the paining joints make it difficult for the baby to make up his / her mood to walk..

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| Jan 25, 2020

Ok, thank u ma'am. U are a great source of encouragement to me.

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| Jan 25, 2020

itohan do not worry. He will be fine

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| Jan 25, 2020

What if the child has not started walking.

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| Jan 25, 2020

itohan vaccination can restrict the movement temporarily, but can't stop the child from walking thereafter.

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| Jan 25, 2020

But after that can the child eventually walk?

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| Jan 25, 2020

Due to pain the baby might not move his legs. you could put an ice pack on the affected site and avoid movement till the baby feels better. Also if pain is unbearable please do consult your baby's pediatrician.

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