6 month old got vaccines and 4 hours later fever of 101. Fever not going down with Tylenol (acetaminophen) and has runny nose. She seems very miserable. ER?

Not necessarily. The 3rd dose of the pneumococcal vaccine will often give such a mild fever in infants. It is more expected than not. It may or may not respond to Tylenol, but a mild fever is not bad for the kid. As long as the kid takes feeds & stays hydrated it should pass in 48 hrs.
Fever. If she was otherwise well prior to the vaccines, it is highly likely they are causing her symptoms. Check her weight and make sure you are giving her 15mg/kg/dose of Tylenol (acetaminophen). If this is not working and she is inconsolable then you need to take her to get checked. All the best and I hope she feels better.

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