2 month vaccines
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Juanita - posted on 03/24/2009
Jayden had his on the 12th. He got 2 in one leg and one in another and got some type of drink..
He actually did really good with it. He only got a lil bit pf a fever we gave him some med and he was fine.
Alexandria - posted on 03/23/2009
its definitely not that bad! the doctor said i would cry more then my little man and was she right! my baby cried for like 30 seconds and was back to smiling. he slept a lot that day too, but it was not what i thought. give your baby some infant tylenol and everything will be fine. good luck!
Katie - posted on 03/23/2009
I have a 16 month old son and a 9 week old daughter and both have had all the vaccines that are asked of with no problems.I was never really worried about vaccines and autism for the simple fact that most of us had all those vaccines and have not had problems.I have recently heard to that they have no clinical connection with any vaccine and autsim.Simply it's like any other disorder out there, you can run a chance no matter what you do or don't do.My daughter just had 3 shots and the liquid stuff for the rotovirus.My husband is a pharmacist and he has no problems letting our children have any of these shots, so if he thinks it's fine then I feel the same way.
Amanda - posted on 03/23/2009
from what i understand, theyve removed the mercury from vaccines. it didnt change the autism stats at all. there are 5 vaccines bundled into 1-2 shots, you probably had more than 2 vaccines, even if only 2 shots. my doc says splitting them up is a waste, just making elle have more shots than necessary. i dont know what to believe. autism is one in every 150, a low percentage of possibility, but also a high percentage in comparison with other disorders. most of my friends just did the normal regiment, but it kills me that this decision would ever cause her future harm. no one really knows, they say theres no correlation (in court), but who knows. uggggg
Ashley - posted on 03/23/2009
The vaccines are only 2 actual shots and 3 vaccines in each! I split them up, my dad is a PA at the office that I take my son and he suggested doing it this way. We go back Thursday for his next group of vaccines! If they did not tell you to give them Tylonal before I would ask! I gave it to my son the first time and he just let out a little yelp and that was it!!
Corina - posted on 03/23/2009
Our little one had her 2 month check up about a week ago. They gave her 4 shots and made her drink another. Eva did ok considering... but our nurse was really gentle and that helped me relax. I think it makes things worse when your nurse is in a bad mood or just gets down to business with the needles.
Chloe - posted on 03/23/2009
My baby will be 2 months on Friday and having his shots. I am scared to death!!
its not that bad kim,i thought my son was just having the 1 injection so i took him myself then i got told he was having 2.i waited in the next room and got the receptionist to hold him.i heard them do it and he did cry but stopped after a couple of mins-try not to be scared,its all over in a few mins and your protecting your child against some serious illnesses x
Chloe - posted on 03/23/2009
my baby had his injections 2 weeks ago,he didnt have 5 though-he had two- 1 in each leg at the same time.he has another 2 when he is 12weeks and then at 4 months he has 3.ive never heard of a baby having 5 injections at once.your red book explains when your child has their injections
Melissa - posted on 03/22/2009
My little girl is getting her vaccines on thursday, but i didn't know that they give you 5 at one time. that seems like a little much. i have a cousin that is autistic and her mom is very adimit about telling the dr. not to give vaccines with mercury in them cause they could cause autism.