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Re: What Vaccines
Dec 27, 2003
Hi,

I, of course, would say you should avoid ALL vaccines, but I'm speaking as a mom who has a child irreparably damaged by vaccines....

However, I would say to be "reasonably" safe, avoid EVERYTHING for at least 2 years, then proceed slowly, only one vax at a time. Do not give vaccines within 30 days of any fever or illness (which should be easy in an unvaxed kid as they rarely get sick), and give one vax only every 3 months. There is also a book out by Dr Stephanie Cave, that outlines risks of each vaccine and gives a revised vaccine schedule.

Depending on the state in which you live, there are various exemptions available if needed for getting your child into daycare, preschools, etc. Just do a search on vaccine exemptions + your state and see what you can find. Do some searching on vaccine risks, too, while you are at it.

Also, I hope you are planning to breastfeed your child. It will give the baby the very best start for a healthy immune system. I exclusively breastfed my daughter for an extended amount of time, and two doctors have told me that that kept my daughter from being TOTALLY wiped out from the vaccine damage.

And remember--you can always give a vaccine sometime in the future. However, you can never remove it (or the damage) once it is given.

Kiki
Re: What Vaccines
Jan 3, 2004
[I][I]I, of course, would say you should avoid ALL vaccines, but I'm speaking as a mom who has a child irreparably damaged by vaccines....

However, I would say to be "reasonably" safe, avoid EVERYTHING for at least 2 years, then proceed slowly, only one vax at a time. Do not give vaccines within 30 days of any fever or illness (which should be easy in an unvaxed kid as they rarely get sick), and give one vax only every 3 months. [/I] [/I]

That's great, then your kid isn't protected against these childhood diseases for the first 2 years of his/hers life.
Re: What Vaccines
Jan 4, 2004
[QUOTE=kiki lou]However, I would say to be "reasonably" safe, avoid EVERYTHING for at least 2 years, then proceed slowly, only one vax at a time. Do not give vaccines within 30 days of any fever or illness (which should be easy in an unvaxed kid as they rarely get sick), and give one vax only every 3 months. [/QUOTE]

Since I would assume that the majority of babies in this country do get vaccinated, it's statistically unreasonable to claim that an unvaccinated baby rarely gets sick when compared to a vaccinated baby. Besides, vaccinating a baby doesn't give it a cold; being exposed to a person with a cold gives it a cold. Likewise, some vaccinated babies rarely get sick. Some of each kind will most definitely get sick. The vast majority of children have little to no serious reaction to their childhood vaccines while being protected from some awful diseases.

I'm sorry your children had bad reactions to the vaccines, but realize they are in a very small minority, and it doesn't mean you should go around telling everyone not to get their children vaccinated. I'm sure people who live in impoverished countries that don't vaccinate their children and have high infant mortality rates would find your claim astounding and would love to take the risk of vaccinating. Fortunately for people who don't vaccinate here, most Americans do, so they probably won't have to worry about catching those diseases from anyone they're around.





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