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Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis vaccines taken, other variant also taken, restless and has slight fever - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Just wanted to clarify one thing
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User :   This is for my daughter , she is 60 days old.
User :   I have taken the DTap Vaccine ( The painless one in 6 weeks )
Doctor :   Ok
User :   and Today i have taken the other variant ( The normal one )
User :   second dose..
User :   So my question here is that
User :   whether this is ok ?
User :   to mix the painful/Painlesss vaccines
Doctor :   It does not matter whether it is painless vaccine or painfull vaccine
User :   The first dose was painless ( Pentaxim or someting )
User :   and the second dose is painful ...the normal one
Doctor :   Its strength will be the same
User :   u there
User :   ok...
User :   She is very restless now and she has a slight fever i am worried
Doctor :   There will slight fever after taking this vaccine
Doctor :   It is normal
Doctor :   Just give her anti pyretic syrup
Doctor :   See that she recovers in a day or so
User :   ok ok ...
User :   thanks a lot doctore
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Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me. Take care. Bye for now.
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