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Does Previous Severe Reaction To Ipv Vaccine Cause Severe Vaccine Reaction
Studies using these systems are ongoing and none to date have confirmed reports of any significant association between most vaccines and severe side effects that would outweigh the benefits of these important and lifesaving agents. No vaccine is 100% safe. Allergic and serious reactions are possible. In 2 cases, the early oral live polio vaccine and the first rotavirus vaccine, problems did occur, and some were serious. It is important to note, however, that even in these cases, the vaccines were withdrawn and the severe events were still far fewer than the number of lives saved. Both of these vaccines have been changed ...Read more
4 year old received Kinrix (Dtap/IPV) vaccine yesterday and has large bruise, mild swelling and hard knot at injection site - normal?
Not uncommon: These vaccines are injected into muscle which may knot up for several days after the injection.If the needle passes through a small vein during the injection it can bleed more than usual, producing the bruise. The swelling would be a response to both. It is not uncommon or considered an "allergic" response. ...Read more
Symptomatic: Ipv usually does not cause any severe reaction. So if your child has severe symptoms, you should contact his/er doctor. The symptoms could be caused by something else, not having anything to do with the ipv, and your doctor would be able to determine that. ...Read more
See below:: Most people have no side effects at all. Some people have soreness where the shot is given. Ipv is not known to cause any serious side effects. However, if a serious allergic reaction occurs, it happens within a few minutes to a few hours after the shot. Ipv cannot cause paralysis, as the vaccine virus has been inactivated. ...Read more
My son took 4 doses of IPV so far and now he is 4 years and a half. The vaccine is out of stock , is it ok to wait or shall I rush and give him OPV?
Polio vaccines: OPV is more effective at preventing polio as it is a live attenuated virus. That being said , the risk to being administered the OPV is higher as polio is pretty much eradicated from the world, and the only cases of paralytic polio are from the oral vaccine. So, IMHO, the decision to go with the inactivated vaccine is the correct one and OPV is no longer available in the US. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son is on the right schedule of polio vaccine.He has taken 4 doses IPV.There is a campaign to vaccinate oral polio for all kids.do I need to give?
3 dozes of polio vaccine are over for our baby.We are moving to india.They give only opv not ipv in india.What shud I do for booster doze at 4 yrs.
OPV is fine: The OPV was the standard polio vaccine in the US from about 1960 to 1990's and only replaced by the IPV due to the rare Polio cases associated with OPV. (immune compromised patients).It remains a standard for most of the world and promotes immunity to the same strains included in the shot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If we miss 1st dose of ipv Hib rotavirus vaccine along with 1st dose of opv hepb DPT can it be taken along with 2nd dose to my child who is of 75old?
Not advised: It is not a huge problem if you miss a dose of vaccines. Hepatitis- if your child has no high risk behaviors, it can wait. Ipv- polio is unlikely in the continental United States so if it is a few months late, no problem. Rotavirus cannot be given after 8 months so ask your pediatrician bout that. Hib can be caught up later. Often less reactions to all vaccines when given a little older. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No vaccine is 100% safe. Allergic and serious reactions are possible. In 2 cases, the early oral live polio vaccine and the first rotavirus vaccine, problems did occur, and some were serious. It is important to note, however, that even in these cases, the vaccines were withdrawn and the severe events were still far fewer than the number of lives saved. Both of these vaccines have been changed ...Read more
Some people who get IPV get a sore spot where the shot was given. The vaccine used today has never been known to cause any serious problems, and most people don't have any problems at all with it. However, a vaccine, like any medicine, could cause serious problems, such as a severe allergic reaction. The risk of a polio shot causing serious harm, or ...Read more
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