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Posted by: Burac LIA | 2012/08/04

RE: SYNFLORIX subsequent doses administered closer than recommended to the previous dose

Subject: RE: subsequent doses administered closer than recommended to the previous dose
Posted by: Burac Lia | 4/8/2012
t''''s been almost 90 hours since the second dose of synflorix. She has experienced light fever 37.8 Degrees Celsius. We''''ve ran blod tests, head and langs w-ray, evereything is allright untill now. How long should we be in alert?Three doctors in our country say we should be very carefull, that if the baby catches a cold it might make his imune sistem very weak and activate the disease. They say we should keep our child away from other persons, stay inside the house as much as we can, for a month, a month and a half, because that is the periode when the anticorps activate. Please tell me your opinion, i would be more then happy to pay the consultation. Could her imunnitary sistem be that weak. Is it possible that the framgements of the virus arebrought to life by another virus, such as a simple flu? The vaccine is repeatead 4 times, it has 4 doses. What do we do? Do we repeat the second dose? She will have 4 doses or 5 doses? Or don''''t give any dose/ Is there any imunology analses we can ran?

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Burac

The Sinflorix can not be activated by another viral infection. It is possible that the overdose of Synflorix can compromise her acute immune response to infection. It is therefore, advisable to prevent her from catching the flu or a bacterial infection. It can take up to a month for her immune system to be back to normal. Monitor her temperature closely and if she has mild to moderate fever, above 38.5 degrees celsius, you will have to consult a doctor. I do think that she will need repeat doses to ensure complete immunity against pneumococcal infection.

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