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Post-Immunisation Fever

CALPOL® Infant Suspension

For babies and children aged 2 months to 6 years weighing more than 4kg and not premature.

Tough on pain and fever. Gentle on the tummy.

It’s not unusual for children to get a mild fever after an immunisation. And if it happens to your little one, you’ll want to do all you can to help them feel better.

CALPOL® has many years of experience when it comes to creating treatments for the pain and fever that can sometimes result from an immunisation, and our medicines are trusted by mums and dads across Ireland.

Our experts have even created a simple guide to post-immunisation fever, and what you can do about it.


Get the dose right

Check to make sure you’re giving your little one a safe and effective dosage.

Check for the correct dosage

Paracetamol or ibuprofen?

Post-immunisation fever

A mild fever after an immunisation is common.So how can you make your baby feel better?

Immunisation: What to expect

Guide to immunisations

Guide to immunisations

Immunisations are incredibly important for your child’s health as they’re growing up.

More about your child’s immunisations

Watch our expert tips video

Caring for a child with a fever

Find out how best to take care of your baby if they have a fever.

Watch our expert tips video