All of these reactions mean the vaccine is working.
Your child's body is creating new antibodies to protect against the real disease
Fever with most vaccines begins within 24 hours and lasts 1 to 2 days.
With live vaccines (MMR and chickenpox), fever and systemic reactions usually begin between 1 and 4 weeks.
10 minutes are still early ,that is normal ,a panadol will decrease the fever after 30 an hour approximately .Give cold fluids in unlimited amounts. Avoid excessive clothing or blankets you can lower the tempreture in a warm bath NOT TOO COLD NOT HOT
For fevers above (39° C), give acetaminophen every 4 hours.
if the baby still feverish after 2 hours you can give If over 6 months old, ibuprofen
For the zone where he received the shot: it may exhibit a local reaction of redness, hotness, swelling, and feels harder than the surrounding areas. Warm compresses (using a cotton or clean cloth) are advised.
MMR may cause fever with 1 - 2 weeks in addition to the probability of seeing a mild measles-like rash over the skin, which is nothing worrisome.