Immunisations - should I change the date?

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  1. Flower

    Flower Well-Known Member

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    Hey girls,

    I've had the date through and its 3 days before we are due to go to a house party (our first outing - so quite nervous about taking LO).

    I've not read up on the jabs yet - how long will it take for LO to get over the jabs - should I change the date as it co-incides with the party?
     
  2. xCherylx

    xCherylx Pregnant and Mum of 1

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    Jack usually feels a bit grumpy for the rest of the day, however we give him some Calpol after the jabs and then some before bed and the next day he is back to his normal happy self :)
     
  3. sam's mum

    sam's mum mum of two gorgeous boys

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    Sam was a bit grumpy for the rest of the day but was fine the next day after his first jabs - the second lot were a bit worse (grumpiness lasted 2 days) but he was still feeding and sleeping ok...just not quite himself. I'm sure it'll be fine for you to go if it's 3 days later :D x
     
  4. CK Too

    CK Too Well-Known Member

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    If the party is three days later I would think you´ll be OK. Sam had his first lot of injections on Monday and on Tuesday I was supposed to be taking him to a mother and toddler group, but didn´t bother in the end as he still was a bit grumpy. By Weds he was pretty much back to his normal cheeky chappy self.
     
  5. Vickie

    Vickie Hannah & Rhys <3

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    It really depends on the baby....Hannah's jabs affected her for 3-4 days :(
     
  6. Serene123

    Serene123 Guest

    Give your LO some calpol or something before and they shouldn't really be effected
     

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