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Media reports have created fear amongst parents and some of the reports weren't accurate enough.
It's natural to worry but it feels so good afterwards knowing your child is safe.
Trusts the government to make responsible decisions and warns of the risks of being misled when...
I've spoke to my parents about it, I've spoke to friends, and we're all of the same, like that the government wouldn't let you be doing this to your little child that's only one if there was something seriously going to happen to him in later life. And you have to go with that, just have faith that it'll work. And I've trusted the professionals this far. They delivered my son for me, they've looked after us at the beginning, so I don't see why I should turn against their great advice now when it's got us this far and everything went fine so far.
After the 2, 3 and 4 months old immunisations, her son had flu-like symptoms for a couple of days.
After the three immunisations that he's had previous to this he has been a little bit ill, he's kind of took flu-like symptoms, the fever. It's, they tell you to expect these things but when you see it happening and you, in front of you, you do worry, “Have I done the wrong thing? Look at him”. But I just need to remember that doesn't last for long at all. It was only I think two days at the very most that I thought, “He's not himself. What's happened to you?” He was really hot, I gave him a wee bit of Calpol as advised to do and he was fine.