IF U DID HOW DID THEY DO WITH IT? I WANT TO GET MY 20MONTH OLD ONE AND JUST WANT TO SEE IF THERE WAS ANY SIDE AFFECTS THANKS!!!!!!
Asked by Anonymous at 5:14 PM on Nov. 25, 2009 in Toddlers (1-2)
My twins are 15 months old. They got the seasonal flu shot and the H1N1. They have had no side effects. The choice to vaccinate or not is a decision I did not take lightly. I weighed out my options and I felt it was best to get them both. They got it at the pediatricians office and the shot was in the left thigh. They don't go to daycare but I have nanny coming into our home. I also work at a bank. So I am dealing with a lot of people. Good luck with whatever you decide.
Answer by kathywalsh at 8:41 PM on Nov. 25, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 5:33 PM on Nov. 25, 2009
I got my son the H1N1 vaccine at his one year check up two days after his first b-day on the 9th of November, along with the reg flu shot and all the others. That night he started acting sick like he had the heaviest head ever, all he wanted to do was lay on me. He barely slept that night. The next day he cried off and on, played a very little, only to come back and lay on me. He slept off and on all that day for 5 to 10minutes at a time. He had a temperature of a hundred off and on for three days. A stuffy runny nose. Barely slept for that time. Finally the temperature was gone but the cough, stuffy, runny nose, congestion continued up until a couple days a go. He's still fight the cough and getting rid of the congestion. I'm really not sure if he just happened to get a cold at the same time as the shots or if the shots created it. But I do know for sure, he had the lack of sleep and temperature from the shots.
Answer by CadensMama117 at 5:44 PM on Nov. 25, 2009
Our little ones are 3 & 4 and we will not be getting them the vaccine. It's too new, no studies & too many have had bad side affects with it. We don't trust anything the government is saying about this supposed pandemic... I think it's all a bunch of BS. The few studies that have been done on the swine flu has proved to be saying that it' s not as bad as they are saying and it's too early to be throwing out a vaccine that was just thrown together in such a short time.
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