my daughter got her 4 month shots yesterday.. today i just took the bandaids off, and her skin where she got the shots is a little red, and it feels like lumps there. Like her skin is harder where the shots were given than the rest of her skin. Is that swollen? Or does it sound normal? She seems to be fine, happy and giggly and stuff.. but I just wanna make sure.Answer Question
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Answer by eSnA2008 at 10:38 PM on Oct. 21, 2009
It could be a reaction to the Tetanus component. You could use a warm compress. You can get the manufacturer's inserts from your doctor; here are inserts for most vax
though they may not list the manufacturer of the particular vaccines given today.
Also, I just want you to be aware that vaccination is optional, and exemptions for school are available for "non-medical" reasons in 48 states.
Answer by happytexasCM at 10:55 PM on Oct. 21, 2009