When do you start vaccination for your 24 weeks born baby?


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Jodi - posted on 07/10/2013




The rise in autism is NOT PROOF that vaccines cause anything. I honestly wish people would stop believing the misinformation out there. Autism had a huge spike because they expanded the autism spectrum to include conditions not included previously.

By all means, do your research, but be careful of scaremongering - many anti-vaccination groups will tend to highlight and exaggerate the risks and totally downplay the benefits. You need to weigh up the risks and benefits for yourself. Given your babies were extremely premature, I'd be questioning it at the moment too. I think giving yourself longer to do your research is a good idea.

Elena - posted on 07/10/2013




Thank you for your advices. The doctors tried to start vaccination 2 weeks ago, but I told them that I want to research more and just give my kids time to get stronger. They were born at 24 weeks 5 days and now they will be 42 weeks (or 2 weeks adjusted) tomorrow. Any moms with the same questions? Thank you.

Marie - posted on 07/10/2013




Please don't vaccinate your baby especially on the current schedule they have now. Their immune systems are developing and there is no reason to bombard your baby with all of those vaccines. If you have a boy please don't because of their brains being so affected by it all. The rise in autism is proof. When the shot schedule rose autism did too. Do your research. They give newborns shots for hepatitis b when they are just born and the way you get it is from unprotected sex ,blood, needles or if you the mother has it. That just shows the insanity of mass vaccination. I was raised in a family of 8 children and we all survived without vaccines. My children don't have them either. They're older and have all done fine. Don't let them brainwash you or scare you into it. At least wait until the child is older and do them 1 at a time.

Michelle - posted on 07/10/2013




The usual schedule is at 2, 4 and 6 months then 18 months.

That's in Australia though.

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