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Vaccines

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Updated on Mar 29, 2016

Hi my kiddo is 1. 5months old ,today I have given him first vaccinations,his left leg is in pain,can u suggest me good painkiller and is it obivious pain after the vaccines given

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| Mar 29, 2016

Thnks alll

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| Mar 29, 2016

Hi Doctor gave us crocin drops for my child for fever or pain. Still consult with doctor before given anything to your baby.

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| Mar 29, 2016

Hi.. After vaccination doc only gv medicine fr feaver or any painkiller.. Plz ask to ur doc abt medicines.. Wen ever my baby got feaver or pain after vaccination.. Doc only suggested me fevago drops at every 6 hrs... Nd if baby has swelling thn use ice on thighs. BT before giving any medicine first ask to doc thn gv

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| Mar 29, 2016

My son had vaccine yesterday only, he also had pain in his leg, i had used ice pack, it worked a lot, his pain gone in 4 to 5 hrs so use ice pack every 2 to 3 hrs

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| Mar 29, 2016

Hello ketan yes it is common for all children u can give Crocin drops every 6-7 hours.. take care

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| Mar 29, 2016

My baby also got the vaccine yesterday.. He was in pain yesterday... Doc gave babygesic drops.. He is cranky even today

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| Mar 29, 2016

Hello Ketan kiran yes it is common and I would suggest you to consult with your doctor for the same. Generally they give paracetamol drops like 'babygesic' for fever which will come after few hours but that work as pain killer as well. Don't worry like other suggested you can use ice packs.

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| Mar 29, 2016

Yes pain is obvious in dtwp vaccines

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| Mar 29, 2016

Place ice pack on this leg.. and give 6 hourly ibugesic plus around 2 ml.. i hope dis would b helpful..

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| Mar 29, 2016

Yes the pain is common amongst all children Just give him Crocin drops (not syrup) 4-5 drops after every 6 hours it will cover the pain and fever as well. Take care good luck

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