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12 month vaccinations - what to expect?

(7 Posts)
SuperDuperTrooper Tue 26-Feb-13 11:03:53

My DS was fine too. He was really unsettled after the last lot so I dreaded the mmr. We also had the boosters given at the same time so was 3 injections in total. he had 2 in one thigh and 1 in the other. He cried during - obviously- but was fine soon after and wasn't poorly or unsettled at all. That was about 4 weeks ago. Such a relief. Hope yours goes smoothly too!

babySophieRose Mon 25-Feb-13 21:58:34

Mine was fine, has 12 &13th months together, I was worried sick at the time, as she has been unsettled after the previous ones, but surprisingly no ill effect at all.

vallinnapod Sun 24-Feb-13 20:58:30

DS was completely fine - he was after all jabs at all stages. Hope that helps - I too had a bit of a worry about these.

The worst part is they are now grabby so trying to control the octopus arms is the toughest part grin

Side affect-wise I was told to think if it in reverse. Week 1 they are likely to get Rubella symptoms, week 2 facial swellings etc for Mumps and week 3 measles type rash. As I said though none of this happened with us.

Jac1978 Sun 24-Feb-13 20:39:57

Thanks guys! Feel nervous about this one for some reason!

mummy2benji Sun 24-Feb-13 19:52:29

Some babies can get the above, but many are absolutely fine. Ds didn't have any adverse effects after his, but had a high fever after his 3 month jabs. Same advice as with the previous jabs - and watch for localised reaction etc. Make sure you have Calpol in the cupboard just in case!

Bibs123 Sun 24-Feb-13 16:13:18

they tell you to expect a high temp/off colour a week or 2 post vaccination. Mine had a high temp and was generally off 7 days after the MMR. Apart from that she was fine.

Jac1978 Sun 24-Feb-13 14:20:11

Are there many side effects with this one? (MMR)

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