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Can immunizations cause allergic reactions?

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Dr. Marcus Degraw
Pediatrics
5 doctors agree

In brief: Sure

Yes, any medication of vacation can cause an allergic reaction.
Talk to your physician about the symptoms you are concerned about for an evaluation.

In brief: Sure

Yes, any medication of vacation can cause an allergic reaction.
Talk to your physician about the symptoms you are concerned about for an evaluation.
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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine

In brief: Yes It Can

Yes it can cause allergic reaction to any of the ingedients in the vaccine.
It is rare to get a severe life threatening Anaphylactic type reaction.But local reaction at the injection site are seen more often but not that frequently though

In brief: Yes It Can

Yes it can cause allergic reaction to any of the ingedients in the vaccine.
It is rare to get a severe life threatening Anaphylactic type reaction.But local reaction at the injection site are seen more often but not that frequently though
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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics

In brief: Very Rare

Possibly yes, including hives and wheezing.
In reality, very , very rare. Remember that fever and soreness are types of mild reactions, but not allergic.The chemistries of the body are different.

In brief: Very Rare

Possibly yes, including hives and wheezing.
In reality, very , very rare. Remember that fever and soreness are types of mild reactions, but not allergic.The chemistries of the body are different.
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