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March 17th, 2009, 10:48 AM
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Here are some things you can do to help put your child at ease and comfort them when they get their vaccines:
  • Stay calm. If your child feels that you are relaxed, they are more lilely to feel safe.
  • Bring your child's lovey, or a favorite toy or book.
  • Hold your child in your lap for the vaccination. There is no rule that says they must be on the doctors table/bed.
  • Give non-aspirin pain relief shortly before the shot.
  • Speak or sing softly and soothingly close to your child's ear during the shots.
  • If you are nursing, breastfeed during or immediately after the shots are administered.
  • Encourage your child to take deep breaths and "blow out" the pain.
  • Tell a story, or ask your child to tell you one.
  • Let them cry! Don't try to force them to "be brave".
  • Reward them afterwards.

What did/will you do to make getting shots as easy as possible for your child?
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March 17th, 2009, 06:00 PM
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Something sweet before, during or after the shot relises endorfins which can naturally counteract the pain. Thats why lollipops were introdused

Little OT but I LOVE those pics you have
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April 26th, 2009, 03:28 PM
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these are actually good tips !
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