Can You Take A Drug In The Shop After The Diphtheria Vaccine?
Hello Doctor ,, good night, I want to ask, one day ago I was just given the Diphtheria Vaccine, I am 15 years old, and now I have a fever and cough, r nCan I take medicine from the shop
From the information you conveyed, there is a history of diphtheria vaccine in the past one or two days, complaints of cough and fever can appear as the body's immune response to vaccinations. Therefore, if these complaints bother you, you can reduce the heavy burden of your activities, and you should increase your rest and sleep time. Thus, your body's recovery is more optimal.
If you use over-the-counter medicine, or what you mean is cough and fever medicines that are sold freely in stores or supermarkets, then you can use them to help reduce complaints of cough and fever. Post-vaccine complaints can get better again after day 3 or 4 by increasing rest and increasing portions of healthy food.
However, if after more than 3 or 4 days, your complaint still persists, you should immediately consult directly with your family doctor or a pediatrician for examination and evaluation of your current condition.
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