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Urine incontinence after taking vaccine
My daughter age 18 months now. She was able to feel urge of urine and told our before passing urine and we put off his pant and then she passed urine when she was 16 months baby but after taking government  recognised baby vaccine DPT Booster-1, Vit-A-2, MR-2, JE-2, OPV Booster( This vaccine are given in our village primary health centre to every child between age 16-24 months)she has been passing urine automatically, she doesn't told our before passing urine since the day she was vaccinated. Now almost 42 days has gone but still she has been passing urine automatically, she is not telling the urge of urine which was told before vaccination but no problem in stool, she can tell stool urge. Now, my question has she lost his controlling power of urine due to side effect of vaccine??? What I should do now, I am in great worry??
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Not a side effect of vaccine. It's too early to have controlling power of urine. Most children start after 2yrs
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Wait for a few months then start again
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Greetings looks normal ,need not be worried.
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Looks normal
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Looks normal.
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Not due to vaccine . Consult surgeon once
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