I had my son's doctor stagger out my son's vaccinations to help reduce the side effects. The first two rounds didn't have much of an impact on him. He was fussy for a few hours but one dose of Tylenol and a nap and he was fine. He had his third set yesterday (a second dose of the same shots he had the first time around) and he reacted much stronger. He spiked a fever and got really fussy. He was hot all night. I have been keeping up on the Tylenol every four hours, but sometimes he spits it out and this most recent dose he threw up all over.
If your baby had a reaction to his/her vaccines, how long did it last? Did your baby react to the second dose but not the first? Is that normal?
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