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Giving acetaminophen to babies to prevent fever after routine inoculations reduces the immunity that some common vaccines provide, Czech researchers said.
Although the clinical relevance of the findings isn't clear, they said routine administration of fever-reducing drugs at the time of vaccination "should nevertheless no longer be routinely recommended without careful weighing of the expected benefits and risks."
It's hard to resist the Tylenol when your baby is suffering, but I think this is important to follow.
I was surprised when they gave me a sheet outlining proper tylenol dosages for Jamison today, because I had read a bunch of similar research in the past year. No tylenol being given here. Thankfully he is not running a fever.
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