However, you may want to wait for at least 24 hours after your baby’s vaccination before giving them a bath. This is to ensure that the injection site has had time to heal and reduce the risk of any potential infections.
When giving your baby a bath, you should avoid using any harsh soaps or fragrances that could irritate their skin. You should also avoid scrubbing the injection site or applying any lotions or creams to the area.
If your baby is experiencing any discomfort or has a fever after their vaccination, you can give them infant pain relief medication, such as paracetamol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen, as recommended by your healthcare provider. You may want to wait until after your baby’s bath to give them any medication to ensure that the medication stays on their skin and is absorbed properly.
Remember to always follow the advice of your healthcare provider when it comes to caring for your baby after their vaccination. If you have any concerns or questions, don’t hesitate to contact your healthcare provider.
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