A child after vaccination: what to do if, as a result of vaccination, the baby feels unwell21.09.2022
What is the risk of complications after vaccination?
Quite another matter – complications after vaccination. They are always more severe than just the body’s reactions to the vaccine, and they are always unpredictable, just like the first allergy attack is unpredictable.
Indeed, there are extremely rare cases from time to time when the child’s body demonstrates a clear intolerance to one or another component of the vaccine. thereby provoking the occurrence of complications.
Unfortunately, medical science has not yet come up with a way to carry out some preliminary tests with which one or another rare intolerance to a given vaccine could be detected in a child.
The occurrence of complications in a child on the introduction of a particular vaccine depends solely on the individual characteristics of the organism of this child, and in no way depends on the vaccine. While the likelihood of reactions and their severity, on the contrary, largely depends on the quality of the vaccination. In other words, by buying more expensive, modern, purified vaccines for their child, parents certainly reduce the risk of general and local reactions after vaccination. But, alas, this does not guarantee the absence of complications – it can be in any case.
However, there is no reason to panic and refuse vaccination altogether, fearing complications. Because according to statistics, the risk of getting a complication after vaccination is still hundreds of times less than getting a dangerous infection without being vaccinated.