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Baby started to vomit after taking DPT 3, Polio 3 injection, sleepless, stomach discomfort. Reason, treatment?

daughter 7 months old,had dat 5 month injection for dpt 3 and polio 3 & started vomiting some hours sfter continously untill had to visit a gp.4 days ago she had some droplets placed in her mouth for imunisation and she started vomitin.went to hospital and was injected and the vomitin stopped but shr hss had a running tummy since then and its so frequent.noticed body temp is kind of low.she sleepless and shows stomach discomfort.kindly advise
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Hi, it's the side effect of pertussis vaccination amongst DPT ,it can cause irritability , excessive crying episodes, nausea, discomfort and in some cases it may precipitate fits , these symptoms will resolve in couple of days , don't worry and take care
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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