What happens when my child needs an injection?

Children get injections to receive medication or vaccinations. John has a syringe injection and Louie uses the pen device to get medication to help with their juvenile arthritis. They used to find it difficult but now they are ok getting their injections.

Numbing and distraction really helps them.


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