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Old Jan 9th, 2010, 15:49 PM   1
CharlieP
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Upset baby after first jabs


My LO had his first set of jabs on thurs. Today he has been very unsettled, crying much more than usual and has had 2 very runny, green/brown poos... He's breastfed and they arent the usual poo. He has also has very red cheeks.

I think these are side effects of the jabs. Can anyone confirm and if so do you know how long it will take til he's over this?

The alternative could be teething but at 8+3 weeks I'm thinking this may be a bit early?



 
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Old Jan 9th, 2010, 16:11 PM   2
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ive heard its '' never too early to start teething ''

but im not sure ! x



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2010, 04:12 AM   3
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After our LO had her first set of jabs, she was much more unsettled than usually and just out of sorts. Her second set gave her diahrrea for a while, and again out of sorts. Has he got a temperature at all? Mind u the red cheeks indicate teething. How is he today?



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2010, 06:14 AM   4
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Hey... He's still under the weather... he was just getting over a cold when he had his jabs but it is now back with a vengeance... He's having problems latching on and is sleeping more than usual. it's such a shame as he had been poorly with one thing or another since Christmas day.

I really hope he gets better soon. :0(



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2010, 06:59 AM   5
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My lo had his 1st set on fri, 2 hours later he developed red cheeks, went off his food and cried for 4hours straight. I ended up ringing the docs but as he didn't have a temp they were not concerned. He was sleepier than usual yesterday but seems back to his normal self today. I think it's alot for their little bodies to take. Hope your little man feels better soon!



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Old Jan 10th, 2010, 12:40 PM   6
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My doctor told me that all his side affects should be gone within 48 hours so if that time passes and he is still unwell, I would contact the office for some piece of mind.



 
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