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Taking The Pain Out Of Shots : Buzzy Keeps Kids Pain Free!

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Buzzy

I was reading through one of my parenting magazines and came across this product, a very intriguing product!

This is Buzzy! Buzzy is a kid friendly bee that has ice pack wings and vibrates to distract the nerves, virtually making the shots pain free when held to your child’s skin before and during a shot.

Buzzy Takes the Pain From Shots!

I’m on baby #2 and those shots, time after time, are one of the hardest things to deal with. No one wants to see their child cry from pain of a shot!

When Andrea was little little I would do things like nurse her before the shots to put her in a “milk coma” and then I would nurse her again when the shot was done. While it didn’t keep her from crying completely it did seem to help limit the crying afterwards.

Have you heard of Buzzy?

If you have, have you tried Buzzy?

I’m so very curious to see how Buzzy works….

Look at how brave this little boy is!!
Not a single tear.. my son would have been kicking and screaming on the floor

 

Amanda

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Hi! I’m Amanda, a Kansas City Lifestyle Blogger, mom of two little people, social media nerd, travel junkie with a slight obsession to baking and Zumba.

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  • Hi! I made Buzzy for my son. He had a horrible shot day when he was 4 and it affected all his visits to the doctor thereafter. That was 2002. It’s been a while, but now the question for all our kids isn’t “Do I have to get shots” but “did you bring Buzzy?” Buzzy definitely decreases needle pain for IVs, and we’re testing for shots. So far it seems to work better the older you are. Adults often say it’s completely painless (http://blogs.webmd.com/all-ears/2011/10/painless-shot-devices-snot-suckers-and-a-special-whistle.html) while older kids more typically say “it helps a lot.”

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  • My daughter quit fearing needles when she was 4, but I wish this had been available back then. To get to the point that they stopped bothering her, she had to have QUITE a few sticks. I’ve always wondered if this worked.
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  • I need to look into this. For my 15 year old daughter. Not kidding. She comes as close to passing out as you can without actually passing out when she has to get a shot. I wonder if this would make it any easier on her. It would have been nice to have years ago too. Lol.

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  • I wonder if this really does it’s job. If so it would be awesome to have.

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