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Vaccination, no fever
Yesterday, my baby boy got vaccination after 14 weeks from birth but he didn't get fever. of course colpol was given every 6 hours for one day..is that okay??
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Next time give antipyretic like calpol etc only if baby gets fever don’t keep popping medicine unnecessarily please
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Yes that's completely okay.
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Yes..that is absolutely ok .. if you have given calpol then it may have prevented temperature from rising... Fever is not necessary for deciding vaccine's effectiveness
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