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Pregnancy : Too many vaccinations?
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From: MSN NicknameHiccup1  (Original Message)Sent: 10/28/2008 6:23 PM
 
 
check out the list of vaccinations they want your child to have by age 6.
 
i love the ingredient list at the bottom.


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From: MSN Nickname-jujub-Sent: 10/28/2008 6:55 PM
The problem is, if you opt not to have your child get them, missing even one could mean not enough immunizations.
 
I've seen children die or have brain damage from measles, chicken pox, rubella, etc.

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From: MSN NicknameHiccup1Sent: 10/28/2008 7:59 PM
unfortunately kids die when they get the immunizations as well. (or have other long term problems)
 
i think a lot of it is too many too soon. we're overloading these tiny kids' bodies with all of this crap.
it's not like it's a smaller dose for children.

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From: MSN NicknameHiccup1Sent: 10/28/2008 8:39 PM
yep you can get the flu shot.
 
i've gotten it in the past, but opted not to this year. mostly i would get one when i worked with kids.
 
i've had the flu before, and luckily it didn't effect my asthma. mine is so much better now than it used to be.
 
 
 
i'm not sure the parents of kid's who have died or had other problems after getting vaccinations would think it's best to have most. i'm not saying we won't ever get vaccinations, but we will wait a few years, so that their bodies can handle it better. of course we're not planning on daycare, so we have a while.

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From: KristinSent: 10/28/2008 9:41 PM
I decided to go ahead with all vaccinations on the normal schedule. My doctor/Logan's pediatrician (same guy), recommended it and I trust his judgement. Not trying to sway your decision or bash it in anyway...

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From: MSN NicknameHiccup1Sent: 10/29/2008 2:14 PM
i wouldn't think you were kristin.
 
i just want people to be aware that a lot of children have really bad reactions to these vaccinations.
and they are forcing way more on them then they used to when we were kids.

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From: MSN NicknameAvidlySent: 10/31/2008 10:22 PM
I know. I'm just terrified every time I take D in for his shots. I had to do it again today. I just pray and pray they do their job and nothing more.

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From: MSN NicknameLitaBonitaSent: 11/11/2008 3:03 AM
I too am paranoid because of everything I have heard and read. But through the extensive research I have done as well as talking with my baby's doctors the risks  that something in the vaccine will harm my baby are pretty much zilch compared to what can happen if he isn't vaccinated. The cases of deaths I have read from vaccinations weren't really tied to the vaccinations in the end so I would be interested if you had stories or links to those cases. It is a topic that always seems so damn unclear which is why I would love to read more about it. It's the MMR that gets the most attention and scares me. Autism scares the poo out of me much more so than him getting the measles.
 
Then of course you have the fact that the vaccines don't always take care of every strain of that disease But again, IMO it is better to vaccinate than not.
 
The flu shot is recommended in pregnant women. I am not telling you what to do with your body of course. I didn't get it when I was pregnant because I was too paraoid. lol
 
Just keep reading and studying and asking ...

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