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McFly’s Harry Judd’s three-year-old son taken to A&E after rare reaction to booster vaccine: ‘He’s always been sensitive’

Harry Judd’s wife, Izzy, has revealed their son Kit had to take a trip to A&E over the weekend after he had a rare reaction to his pre-school booster vaccine.

Three-year-old Kit, who the McFly star, 35, and his violinist wife, 36, share as well as their four-year-old daughter Lola Rose, has ‘always been sensitive to vaccines’ and so was one of the rare few who experienced a reaction.

Sharing a photo of her with a face mask on as she sat with Kit, she wrote: ‘Went to A&E tonight as Kit has had a reaction to his pre school boosters.

‘Poor Kit has always been sensitive to his vaccines BUT thank goodness for vaccines!! Being in a hospital sent my anxiety flying, just can’t bear to think of the scenes behind the wall of the children’s department (which was empty).

‘Usually at this time of year we’re facing the back to back colds and bugs with the kids, it felt really weird giving Kit medicine today after so long.

‘Thank you as ever to @nhsengland and the kind doctor who took care of us tonight. We are so lucky. Oh the worry when the little ones are poorly….’

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Izzy revealed how scary it was heading to hospital in the midst of a pandemic (Picture: @izzyjudd)

Thankfully, reactions to the booster vaccine are rare, with the NHS confirming: ‘The 4-in-1 pre-school booster has been thoroughly tested to ensure it’s safe and effective.

‘The vaccine is inactivated (killed), which means it does not contain any live bacteria or viruses. It cannot cause any of the diseases it protects against.’

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Kit is McFly star Harry’s second child (Picture: PA)

Their website adds: ‘Some children will have side effects. These are usually mild and do not last long.

‘They usually happen within 48 hours of the injection. Most children will not have any problems at all.’

The four-in-one pre-school booster is usually given to children at three years and four months old and offers vital protection against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and polio.

It is a booster to the vaccines children are given as babies to ensure strong immunity as they start school.


Credit: Original article published here.

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