2 month Vaccinations

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My little girl has just reached her two month mark and as all of you know that means it's vaccination time. Have you guys re-searched these vaccines?! I am absolutely horrified to have my daughter injected with this crap!! I've read about connections to autism and many other disorders, diseases, and sicknesses that these vaccines have thought to brought on. Has any of you gone with the decision to not vaccinate your child?

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Donna - posted on 11/20/2010

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Shanna, this is a really hot topic right now and there is so much misinformation out there, especially on the Internet. I recommend researching this topic by getting the FACTS, and not rumors or scare tactics. The Centers for Disease Control is one good place to look for credible info on vaccines (cdc.gov) and another one is the vaccine info center at Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania:

http://www.chop.edu/service/vaccine-educ...



After doing research on my own and talking to my pediatrician as well as other pediatricians (I am a health writer), I chose to have all 3 of my kids vaccinated according to the recommended schedule and am confident with my decision. Good luck to you!

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for those of you dead set against vaccinations that fine. Just be sure to keep your kids away from young babies and old people if they are even the tiniest bit off as they could be carrying something potentially devestating for those at risk.
I choose to vaccinate all of my children and all of them a very healthy. I also followed the schedule because otherwise some of the vacines wont work properly.

Crystal - posted on 12/30/2010

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I have 2 children a 5yr old and a 17month old both are fully vaccinated and always were on time and both are healthy and doing very well you can spread them out witch is better than not doing them at all

Tracie - posted on 11/17/2010

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Listen to your intuition! I did the vaccines with my first 2 children (against my intuition I might add) my kids were fine to begin with- but i didnt link the excema my daughter got and then the asthma she developed after getting the MMR vaccine- also my son was a jolly little talker, but noticed he stopped progressing after his MMR vaccine, and he developed a few quirky things about him (i refuse to label him- he's just a little different...) I started a long research into the whole vaccine debate, (not on-line, actual books) and it was quite amusing to find that the 'for' books are written by the drug companies, and the against- are written by doctors and researchers! After finding out about all the toxins (neurological poisons) and how they are actually produced by growing the live bacteria on either eggs or dead human flesh- Can't say I want it anywhere near my last 2 children. I've also been doing a little 'on the side' research of the amount of friends and family who have had their children end up in hospital with respiratory problems - up to 3 weeks after receiving a vaccine... co-incidence?? They also seem to get sick a lot more than my kids, so, once again- instincts, go with it I say :-)

Jevonna - posted on 11/16/2010

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Here is a wonderful website on vaccinations and immunizations! www.vacinfo.org. My husband and I have chosen NOT to vaccinate after listening to April Renee...she is the lady that post all the info on vacinfo.org. Now that I know what is IN vaccinations and the harmful side affects I will never let anyone give any kind of vaccination to my child!

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Frances - posted on 01/02/2011

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My kids never had any vaccinations until six months old. I think two months old is too young. My family doctor had read of a suspected connection between vaccinations and SIDS, so he did not give any shots until six months of age.

Heather - posted on 11/24/2010

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No, but we didn't do any vaccines at 2 months. We haven't done them all, and we've spread them out. She's 17 months now. There are a couple of good books on the subject.

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Thanks for all the replies!! After reviewing the links given by a few of you and after hours of re-searching this, we have gone with the decision to only get her Hep B vaccination. I feel that we have made the right decision for our child based on our personal preferences. Thanks again for everyone's thoughts, opinions, and feedback. :)

Sasher - posted on 11/20/2010

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I have had my son vaccinated, purely for the reason my mother did with me and i have had no problems related to this.

Elfrieda - posted on 11/20/2010

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It's hard to know what to believe. My husband and I kind of disagree about this, but neither of us is sure we're right. We've decided that we'll wait until he's walking and talking before giving him any vaccines, but he'll get the important ones before he goes to school.

Elaine - posted on 11/14/2010

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The decisions about vaccinations are really difficult. We're considering each vaccination one at a time and will probably be getting most of them for our daughter (she's almost 5 months now), but will skip some of them. Her doctor is really supportive of us not following the traditional vaccine schedule, and we've decided to space them out. For example, we knew that we weren't comfortable with the combo vaccine (I think it was called Pentacel) that she was originally scheduled for, so we'll be considering those vaccines individually. The drawbacks are that we have to take her in more often just for the shots and that she'll ultimately have more shots than if we had given her the combo. But I feel like it's safer this way. I read "The Vaccine Book" by Dr Sears before my daughter was born and thought it was really helpful. It's a lot of information to absorb, but he details the possible side effects, the ingredients, and the risks if you skip each vaccination. Ultimately you have to do what you belive is best for your little girl, whether that's all vaccinations, none, or just some of them on a different schedule.

Frances - posted on 11/14/2010

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None of my kids had any shots until six months of age. My family doctor did not give them earlier because he suspected a link between early vaccinations and SIDS.

Tracey - posted on 11/14/2010

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I got the shots for my son (now 2) and will be getting them done with my daughter too. We have a very up to date Doctor that if there was a link to something bad wouldn't give the shots. He recommends them. I trust his opinion fully.

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The connection that was suggested between vaccines and autism have been found now to be untrue. I chose to vaccinate my son. I'd rather he had the vaccines and didn't contract a life threatening disease, as if he did it would be totally my fault.

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