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When to Notify Your Pediatrician after a Vaccination

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baby check upNotify your baby's healthcare provider if your baby experiences any of the following symptoms after an immunization:

  • Difficulty breathing (Call 911) or other signs of severe allergic reaction.
  • Fever of 105°F or higher (or as otherwise stated by your pediatrician).
  • Presence of seizures.
  • Crying for 3 or more hours.
  • Presence of vomiting and/or diarrhea.
  • Becomes abnormally drowsy, sluggish, or unresponsive.
  • Or anytime you are concerned and feel that your child is acting unusual.

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