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Using paracetamol to prevent and treat fever after MenB vaccination

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Series : Immunisation - the safest way to protect the health of your baby

Published : September 2015
Page Length : 2
Format : Factsheet A4
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Department of Health

This leaflet provides advice on how to prevent and treat fever in babies by giving them paracetamol after their MenB vaccinations. Fever can be expected after any vaccination, but it is more common when the MenB vaccine (Bexsero) is given with the other routine vaccines at two and four months.