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Although most children do not experience any problems after receiving Infanrix, side effects are possible. Some of the most common reactions that have been reported with this vaccine include fussiness or irritability, drowsiness, and pain at the injection site. While most side effects are mild, some may require prompt medical attention (such as seizures or high fever).
An Introduction to Infanrix Side Effects
Common Side Effects of Infanrix
- Fussiness or irritability -- in up to 61.5 percent of children
- Drowsiness -- up to 54 percent
- Pain at the injection site -- up to 53.3 percent
- Redness at the injection site -- up to 48.2 percent
- Swelling at the injection site -- up to 32.8 percent
- Fever -- up to 30.2 percent
- Loss of appetite -- up to 27.8 percent.