http://www.health.vic.gov.au/immunis.../rotavirus.htmUp to 13 per cent of babies will shed the rotavirus in their faeces in the first week after the first dose. People who have low immunity should avoid changing a soiled nappy during this time if possible. Good hand washing after changing a soiled nappy is always recommended.
Someone commented on what I said and if you go back and read my previous posts I gave the OP advice you have to read the whole thread though you will see it
Also, lovemyfam, you gave me advice after you had a go at someone else because of their pro vax comment.
Last edited by atomicmama; 03-02-2013 at 12:56.
There is no nice way to let her know OP, it will likely cause her to be offended as she doesn't see error in her judgements. This will offend her and probably will cause somewhat of a rift, but depending on the type of person she is depends on weather or not you move past it in the end.
However although my girls are vaxxed on time every time my daughter caught whooping cough a week before her 2 month jabs, so even vaxxed kids can get it and anything else, just remember that when your kids are interacting... vaccination is to help the severity if caught, it doesn't stop you from getting it at all..
Glad things have sorted themselves out, one less thing to worry about 😉
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