Edema after vaccination in a child

My son had a reaction to the second DPT inoculation. Too strong reddening in several places with small swelling. I used beponen and a lifeguard. The redness disappeared about a week later. Later I consulted with an allergist and found out that the reaction was not to the vaccine itself, but to the wrong scheme of preparation for it. We usually drink Fenistil (from the day before, on the day of inoculation, 3 days after) to 8 drops, on the day of grafting viburkol 1-2 candles up to 3 days, depending on the reaction, and antipyretic suppositories. So, the doctor instead of candles antipyretic prescribed us panadol in syrup, which we had a reaction. And our allergist approved the beanten and the rescuer.

My son had a reaction to the second DPT inoculation. Too strong reddening in several places with small swelling. I used beponen and a lifeguard. The redness disappeared about a week later. Later I consulted with an allergist and found out that the reaction was not to the vaccine itself, but to the wrong scheme of preparation for it. We usually drink Fenistil (from the day before, on the day of inoculation, 3 days after) to 8 drops, on the day of grafting viburkol 1-2 candles up to 3 days, depending on the reaction, and antipyretic suppositories. So, the doctor instead of candles antipyretic prescribed us panadol in syrup, which we had a reaction. And our allergist approved the beanten and the rescuer.

My two children had such a reaction tothe fourth DTP-infarix, our pediatrician said that this is a normal phenomenon, the older the children, the more they tolerate the inoculation. I made a grid, I did not put on a cabbage leaf, it all passed.

Each child takes the vaccine differently. Someone needs training (these are usually allergic children), some do not. Much depends on the vaccine. For example, pentaxim is transferred more easily than infarix. Also, grafting into the leg gives more local reactions and more pain than in the ass. And yet recently all manufacturers recommend to introduce the vaccine into the thigh. Each vaccination can give both a general reaction in the form of temperature, and local - redness and condensation at the site of the injection. If the child does not worry about this densification, then Mom should not worry. It is enough to lubricate with fenistil-gel. Sometimes the doctor recommends immediately after the vaccination and in the evening before going to bed to drink nurofen or another antipyretic. It is possible, but not necessary. I worked in the inoculation office for eleven years and know what I'm writing about.

It is impossible to exclude and allergic reaction toInoculation, we to our son and before and after DTP gave syrup Erius, reddening and condensation was not, but on the tenth day the temperature rose to 39 and within three days passed after taking antipyretics.