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... I agree, that one should be optional and certainly 2 is too young for that one, so I will insist on waiting. ... (11 replies)
... I got the varicella vaccination at age seven because I never had chicken pox, and I was deathly terrified of contracting it as an adult because the disease proves far more serious and fatal. Children actually can die from chicken pox complications such as pneumonia, even though it's very rare. You might just want to do it to be on the safe side, and I recommend getting this... (11 replies)
... are way more negative reactions to vaccines than are reported because doctors often swallow what they are told by sales reps from the drug companies and pass it on to parents telling them it's safe and it was just a freak reaction or something unrelated, so the parents are made to feel paranoid or irresponsible. ... (11 replies)

... could mean 3 out of only 10 or 3,000,000 out of 10,000,000. I'm not sure how many people die from it. I found my info on www.cdc.gov, which is the center for disease control website. That is the only one I have checked so far. Feel free to check it out for yourself. ... (11 replies)
... deadly diseases according to the info on the CDC website, so I'll continue with those on schedule. ... (11 replies)
... I like the idea of waiting on the chicken pox vaccination in particular. nastabasta has a good point on that. I'm not sure when they are "scheduled" to ge that one, but I'd like to give DD a chance to get the chicken pox in childhood. ... (11 replies)
... I don't understand the purpose of that. I checked the ingredients and did not see that one on there. ... (11 replies)
... t of all, if you have not experienced an infection or flare up of chicken pox, menengitis or the flu, hep B or any other disease, in the environments you live in on a daily basis, it is unlikely that your child would because you haven't but also because... ... (11 replies)
... i know that i will have my child vaccinated on the schedule that the pediatrician recommends. ... (11 replies)
... ccinating my children against diseases that are deadly or dibilitaing. I also believe conceptually that if the diseases are no longer prevalent due to widespread vaccinations that they are serving their purpose and protecting the majority of us and our children, at least in theory. ... (11 replies)
... Are these people that are dying from menegistis (sp) infants or adults? (11 replies)
... during the first 6 months of age your babys brain is still developing. if you vaccinate them during this time and they have a bad reaction. like mine did and now has autism then it could be too late it crosses the blood brain barrier. once in the brain it normally stays there. although I dont vaccinate and dont reccomend it its your decision so be informed. I dont persoally... (11 replies)
... hat they are human too and have their own opinions. The problem is that because they are a doctor, they are expected to be right and therefore have a huge weight on their shoulders. Just see if they will give you an open dialogue on all of it and then allow you to make your choice from there. ... (22 replies)
... have decided to get my dog his puppy vaccinations, followed by an annual vaccination one year later, and then followed by one three years later, and then no more vaccinations for the rest of his life, except for the mandated rabies vaccination. ... (5 replies)
... of the other kids and try to forget that horrible day, which btw is not very easy. My hubby never really spoke about the whole thing, He kind of keep to himself on the most part and dealt with me and trying to keep me from completely going off the deep end. ... (49 replies)
... I didn't offend you Sailmaven, I just get growly when I feel like I have to prove myself, just to have an opinion... deep rooted childhood stuff!! LOL That's all on the depression board!! ... (49 replies)
... I haven't been around for awhile. This is the first time I have been on the board for a long time so I got a chuckle out of your post. I belive you were talking about me. And I do agree that Group theory has done an excellent job. ... (49 replies)
... date on all my shots, and even though I don't have any kids, if I did I would make sure they get all their shots. ... (49 replies)
... I whole heartedly agree on doing your own research. What is irritating however is the insistance that the only real proof is for the vaccinations. ... (63 replies)
... ooks written by seemingly important proffesionals. However real medical researchers do not write books, they write journal articles. I have requested many times on this board for someone to provide me with some current research from a peer reviewed medical journal backing up what they say. No one has yet done it. ... (63 replies)




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