Helping Kids Get Shots

Some children are very reluctant to get their shots. You can help make this a less painful and frightening experience. This is a page about helping kids get shots.
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June 9, 2005

When your young child gets that next set of booster shots, be prepared with a bottle of Camphophenique. Pour some on a cotton ball and place over the inoculation site held in place with a bandaid for several hours. This will help reduce the pain that seems to linger for hours or days afterward.

I learned this from our local health department many years ago and used it just recently when my 9 year old got her booster shots.

By Hawkcomom

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