Have you or your child ever suffered from a bad reaction to shots?

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  1. Kristin DB Wilson profile image61
    Kristin DB Wilsonposted 4 years ago

    Have you or your child ever suffered from a bad reaction to shots?

    My daughter is 4 months old and is having a bad reaction to shots. She has a fever,  cold, sweats, and an eye infection,  all within hours of getting the shot.  I have taken her back to the doctor, was given ointment for her eye, and also advised to give her Tylenol for her fever. I have missed work because I do not want her around any other people, especially with her infection. Plus she is very cranky and sad. Please be careful when getting multiple shots,  or any shots for that matter.  It's not fun to have a sick child especially when they're normally happy and full of smiles.


  2. Penny G profile image68
    Penny Gposted 4 years ago

    Hmm lots of things on the news about this. The side effects are better than the alternative which is the disease. I could be something else too. Think about this shots are given where people go when they pare sick. The Doctors office is full of sick children. Could be your baby caught something there. My Doctor for my children had a separate entrance for well children and sick children, no waiting rooms, straight into the door into a room, Out the same way.

    1. Kristin DB Wilson profile image61
      Kristin DB Wilsonposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Wow. Thanks Penny. I didn't think of the fact about the sick patients.   As a matter of fact when the baby was brand new we went straight back to a separate waiting room.  I guess there's an age limit on this in her doctor's office as to who gets tha

    2. Penny G profile image68
      Penny Gposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Always nice to share with other Mothers, even those who are older. I raised 6 children, and I am so proud when my own daughters come to me for some information or advice. Enjoy your sweet little one.

  3. Lowdown0 profile image60
    Lowdown0posted 4 years ago

    In my opinion and from what I've researched is the New World Order conspiracy depopulation agenda is contaminating vaccines with chemicals and poisons in order to cause diseases and kill of the "useless eaters." Also, they make money by us being sick, weaken our defenses from their communistic laws, and generally cause us to be distracted by our health problems. Unless you look into this, I wouldn't disagree with me here. Every single person I talked to this year who took the flu shot got very sick right after wards. My wife and I don't take the flu shot and we were fine. Think about it...

  4. Patty Inglish, MS profile image92
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 4 years ago

    At age 6 or 7, I began vomiting a bit after a booster shot and that is the only bad reaction. My problem is that the long-term vaccinations lost effect after 20 years.

  5. mgeorge1050 profile image78
    mgeorge1050posted 4 years ago

    My youngest son got an infection right after getting his one year immunizations.  I was pretty irritated with the doctor, but she was nice and explained that the shots taxed his immune system and he was more susceptible to germs. She said that this was common.  I felt like they could have made me more aware of this common occurrence when he got the shots.  They basically assured me that any symptoms would be from the shots, even when I called the office.  Luckily, I took him in anyway and they found that he had a sever sinus infection.  I was not very happy that my baby boy had to get three shots and got a severe sinus infection on top of that.  However, I do believe the immunizations are necessary to help avoid a more serious illness. 
    I understand your frustration and I hope your child feels better soon.

  6. bethperry profile image92
    bethperryposted 4 years ago

    I know how you feel because yes I've had kids that underwent the same. I can only tell you from my experience that staying home to care for her is the wisest decision you could make. She certainly doesn't need to be exposed to any other bugs out there while she's getting over these side-effects - which aren't exactly side-effects, but mild cases of the very diseases the immunizations are supposed to prevent. And in most cases these mild episodes do pass quickly enough without serious, long-term effects. They do get cranky and get those fevers, but I'd definitely have the doctor keep a GOOD eye on the eye infections. That does not sound typical at all.


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