Influenza And Infant Fever 1 Day After Influenza Vaccine?
Good afternoon,. my child is 10 months 12 days old, BW 10.48 kg, male has just been immunized with an influenza vaccine on 8 February 2020.
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Influenza is an acute and contagious viral infection that attacks the respiratory tract. Symptoms of influenza can include fever, chills, sore throat, cough, runny nose, weakness, muscle aches, and headache. Influenza vaccine is very useful to minimize the risk of influenza and its transmission. Influenza vaccine works by building antibodies in a person's body to fight influenza viruses.
Influenza vaccine takes about 2 weeks to work creating antibodies in a person's body. There are also some side effects that can be caused after giving the vaccine, including: fever, runny nose, nausea, pain in the injection site, sore throat, and others. If the complaint does not improve, you should check your child to the doctor. Some things that can be done at home are providing adequate nutrition and fluids to children, reducing contact with sick people, and getting enough rest.
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