According to a recent survey, kids who have serious reaction due to vaccination tend to have lesser chance of having reaction in their second shots. This survey reveals that severe reaction recurred very rarely in kids, even if the kid has received the same vaccination again in future with similar compounds. Some of the common reactions that kids usually encounter due to It include dangerous allergic reaction called anaphylaxis and seizures. Fever is the most common reaction of vaccination in kids and recurred very often. However, the fever is milder and for short duration which never occurs in the second dose of vaccination.
Vaccination of any type can cause side effects or reactions in kids and they are usually minor that alleviate by its own. Low grade fever and sore arm are the common side effects of this in kids. Younger child and babies are likely to have troubling side effects like high fever that trigger a seizure or serious allergic reaction. Most of the parents are not aware that these side effects are temporarily and may not recur again during their second shot of it. According to the survey, seizures only affect one out of 14000 vaccinated kids, especially when they receive the shots of DTaP vaccine against diphtheria, acellular pertussis and tetanus.
What are the Side Effects of Vaccination and How Often It can Recur?
There are several studies done of children, especially on those who are allergic to symptoms after this. It is found that child after vaccination get fever and symptoms of anaphylaxis. The number of child with seizure after it is very low. These allergic reactions and symptoms are not likely to happen again even they have received the same vaccination. Anaphylaxis is not the common symptoms of allergic reaction after vaccination and it is a life threatening reaction which triggers breathing problems and sharp drop of blood pressure.
Only 5% of kids are likely to get another allergic reaction after receiving the second dose of vaccination, the survey reveals. It is not yet clear why they get allergic reaction in their second shot of vaccination. According to some experts, the initial allergic reaction might not be due to vaccination and hence they are likely to get allergic reactions and side effects when they are re-vaccinated. But, in maximum kids the chance of reoccurrence of allergic reactions after re-vaccinated is very low and too the minimal.
According to a survey, the allergic reactions affecting younger kids after vaccination are likely to appear again when they are re-vaccinated and their body go limp and their skin turn pale or blue which are the common symptoms of allergic reactions and side effects of vaccination in younger kids.