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Will my baby have a bad reaction to a vaccine?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: No

Some data suggests the 4in1 shot (mmr+v) has had rare but higher than expected number of high fevers with the 1st dose.
That does not appear to be the case if the MMR & v are given separately at the same time. The fraud generated by british reserchers about the MMR has cost them their licenses when the fraud & money trail was exposed. Countless infants have suffered due to vaccine avoidance.

In brief: No

Some data suggests the 4in1 shot (mmr+v) has had rare but higher than expected number of high fevers with the 1st dose.
That does not appear to be the case if the MMR & v are given separately at the same time. The fraud generated by british reserchers about the MMR has cost them their licenses when the fraud & money trail was exposed. Countless infants have suffered due to vaccine avoidance.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Jason Perkel
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No

It is very rare these days to see bad reactions to vaccines.
They are effective and safe and if you ask pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners, i would predict that they all have fully vaccinated their own children, without fear.

In brief: No

It is very rare these days to see bad reactions to vaccines.
They are effective and safe and if you ask pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners, i would predict that they all have fully vaccinated their own children, without fear.
Dr. Jason Perkel
Dr. Jason Perkel
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Dr. Lisa Roberts
Pediatrics

In brief: No

Most babies will cry after they get a shot.
Some may be fussy/sore; others may be more sleepy. It is possible he/she develops a fever or some swelling at the injection site. There are rare reactions that are considered severe, and those are very uncommon. Some parents worry vaccines may cause autism, however this theory has been proven not to be true. Talk with your doctor if you have questions.

In brief: No

Most babies will cry after they get a shot.
Some may be fussy/sore; others may be more sleepy. It is possible he/she develops a fever or some swelling at the injection site. There are rare reactions that are considered severe, and those are very uncommon. Some parents worry vaccines may cause autism, however this theory has been proven not to be true. Talk with your doctor if you have questions.
Dr. Lisa Roberts
Dr. Lisa Roberts
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