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PBS MMR

Postby LucyLastic » 13 Oct 2015, 11:54

C is having hers this afternoon - side effects to keep an eye out for?
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Re: PBS MMR

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 13 Oct 2015, 12:09

Mine didn't have any immediate reaction (Munchie didn't have any reaction at all). Pickle had a rash start around 7 days after the jab, accompanied by a cough, which turned into a cold. (which she gave to me, which I gave to DH, which he gave to Munchie and then developed a chest infection, which he's on his 4th round of anti-b's for. Munchie then passed her cold back to me, which I still have and have sinusitis. I gave it back to Pickle who also developed a chest infection. So 6 weeks of illness from 1 little MMR!!!!!!!) Sorry!!! :wink:
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Re: PBS MMR

Postby LucyLastic » 13 Oct 2015, 12:38

La-la-la-I'm not listening! I guess I shouldn't ask the question if I don't want to hear the answer!

I am going to choose to believe that the cough and subsequent infections have nothing to do with the vaccination. Fact is, she's got to have it, so I guess I'll just have to see what happens :-)
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Re: PBS MMR

Postby Gizmo » 13 Oct 2015, 13:19

No side effects with my two here. Not even a slight temp. Cried for a minute after the jab but that was it.
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Re: PBS MMR

Postby LucyLastic » 13 Oct 2015, 14:16

That's more like it, G. Thanks :-)
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Re: PBS MMR

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 13 Oct 2015, 20:29

No, I don't think the infections have anything to do with it!!!! It was just a snowball effect (which I am fed up with!!!!!)

Rash, cough and cold are all normal. Forgive my ranting!

Hope it went well and she doesn't have any ill effects!!!!!
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Re: PBS MMR

Postby LucyLastic » 13 Oct 2015, 20:54

Hope you and your bunch kick the bugs soon, HF... Imms went fine - I took a bunny for her to cuddle, a new little Playmobil toy as a 'yay, brave girl' present and a mini bag of Haribo. The latter wasn't needed, as she was rewarded with a sticker and a Kinder chocolate bar :-S Mixed messages much?!!?! :-/ I wonder if that isn't a nurse initiative rather than a practice-agreed strategy...
We went to see a friend afterwards, but her daughter started running a temp of 39, so chances are we'll both come down with something soon anyway. Boo. Luckily, I bought about 400 boxes of Kleenex Balsam tissues (£2 for 2) in Waitrose. Pessimist, moi? Probs.
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Re: PBS MMR

Postby Brigitte » 19 Oct 2015, 02:52

We're lucky here, our kids have never had any side effects from any vaccinations at all. Best of luck with yours!
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