Season influenza experts recommend that anyone over the age of 6 months should receive their flu vaccine every season. Lucky for this little girl, flu season only comes around once a year because there is no way you’re getting her back in the doctor’s office for another shot after this experience.

Judging by her, some would say, dramatic response, shots are far from her favorite part of going to see her doctor. Of course, her older brother doesn’t make anything better by telling his litter sister, “It’s worse than you think, its way worse.” In the end, the girl was able to tough out receiving her flu shot, although it clearly left her little skittish, seeing as she flinched when the nurse was trying to apply a band aid.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the only side effects the little girl in this video had to worry about were soreness, redness, and swelling where the shot was given, low grade fever, and aches. Recent studies have shown that the seasonal influenza vaccination can reduce a child’s risk of being admitted to a pediatric intensive care unit for flu-related symptoms by 74 percent.