Originally Posted by prosciencemum
People are studied. Serious reactions just happen so rarely though...
Yikes. Guess someone forgot to inform my daughter that reactions are so rare that she shouldn't have had them. And I did report them - to the pediatrician, and to VAERS myself because I don't trust a doctor to go and report something that they don't believe exists. As a longer term reaction, my daughter developed a nasty sensitivity/borderline allergy to oats, following her last vaccines. Covered head to toe in hives, eyes swollen, body red hot, I was told she couldn't possibly be having a food reaction - it was labled a "non-specific viral illness". No one's been knocking down my door to study my child.