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... Which vaccines are you looking to split up? ... (1 replies)
... how can i get the mmr vaccine split up? ... (2 replies)
... edical clinics and ask if they have separate measles, mumps and rubella vaccines and if not, would they order them for you. You would probably be required to pay up front before they do however. ... (2 replies)

Split up MMR?
Nov 17, 2007
... Damned if you do, damned if you don't. A significant bit of evidence comes from japan, where MMR was stopped for two years as a result of the concerns adn autism rates did not change. ... (5 replies)
Split up MMR?
Nov 16, 2007
... ilding natural immunity is best, and our bodies are capable of doing so. We really need to beware, do the research yourself and make your own decision. Spliting up the shots is best if you decide to go that route. ... (5 replies)
Split up MMR?
Oct 20, 2007
... Sterility from mumps is rare. The MMR doesn't guarantee your son will not contract mumps. ... (5 replies)
Split up MMR?
Sep 27, 2007
... Splitting them up is ideal, because you're lightening his toxic load. To inject 3 viruses at once, directly into the bloodstream, could overwhelm his system. ... (5 replies)
Split up MMR?
Sep 22, 2007
... Most doctors just stock the combination (Measles,Mumps,Rubella) MMR vaccine but separate vaccines are available, thus the need to request it in advance so they can be ordered. The MMR vaccine has no thimerosal in it, as it is a *live virus* vaccine, but it can have side effects. Usually the side effects are mild and consist of a rash that goes away within a few days. If it... (5 replies)
Split up MMR?
Sep 20, 2007
... head banging and the fact that my husband has a family member which we believe is on the spectrum, we thought it was in my son's best interest to hold off on the MMR at one year. ... (5 replies)
... Most doctors won't so this, because they would have to order it especially for you. I would start by asking around, and by looking for a vaccine friendly doctor in your area, they will often do it. (2 replies)




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