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Help 3m old!!!!

(5 Posts)
MumToBe2015R Thu 05-Nov-15 22:23:55

Okay so LO has been fine but on Tuesday had his 2nd lot of immunisations & has since been very teary/crying Lots & clingy. He wasn't like this after his 1st lot of immunisations 1 month ago but is this time. Temp is normal. Could it be something else troubling him? Take him to a&e? Get a gp app tomorrow? Don't no what to do im a first time mum so not sure on what to expect.

ODog Fri 06-Nov-15 07:13:40

He might be a bit achy and feeling bad without having a temp. I'd try giving him some calpol first and se how it goes. If your instincts are telling you something isn't right then of course seek medical advice. I've always found 111 to be very helpful.

justonesherryformedicinalpurpo Fri 06-Nov-15 11:40:58

My daughter was fine with first and second immunisations but after her third it took ages to settle her so maybe it's just upset you LO more than before.

agree with giving him some calpol and see how he is and if you're still worried give 111 a call.

Hope the little champ feels better soon x

youlemming Fri 06-Nov-15 16:05:22

My DD has been the same, not her usual happy self. Had a bit of a temp the first time with the Men C included and lumpy thighs but no visible signs this time.
She is better today but still not 100%.

I would give 111 a call if still the same tomorrow.

spillyobeans Fri 06-Nov-15 17:57:14

My ds was the same, very grumpy, crying nothi g would settle him for more than 20 mins at a time and didnt have a good sleep for a couple of nights. We just gave calpol every 4 hours on the dot and just breastfed for comfort and just tryed to distract him with tv, singing, going for walk in pram etc.

But like others have said, if you just feel somethings not right take him to docs or a and e. I personally wouldnt bother with 111 as if they cant see child i wouldnt feel happy with over the phone. But it is a good source of info.

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