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Dear sir baby age 55 days 2nd vaccine done done last week but as I obseeve baby crying if we touch on leg on vaccination area .. it's area bacame hard leg.. can u give any ointment like that .. why this happen this is doctor fault like vaccine giving trick is wrong or what I can't understood...
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It is common post vaccination with dpt ..not to panic not massage or apply any oil.if swelling is associated with redness and pain ,better to visit a doctor .. otherwise not to worry
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it will resolve in few days
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Dear parents, After dpt vaccinations, injected site do get inflamed, reddish, hard. Do cold water formentation at site &give paracetamol syp every 4hrly till subside.
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Give pcm every 6hrly for1-2 days . Apply ice on surrounding area.
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Most likely due to vaccine associated.. Give calpol drop....for pain.... If area is red than visit for evaluation...
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