I'm not sure. I prefer not to do more than 2-3 vaccines at a time for just that reason. If nothing else they can make a reasonable guess based on which vaccines are the most likely to cause a reaction and the type of reaction? I don't really know, though.
That's why we split ours up. Half at the normal wbv and half a month later. I know the chances are incredibly slim that anything beyond cranky kids will happen, but if it does I want to know which one to tell the doctor it was so we can skip it when we go in for the next round.
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