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    Hi Ladies

    Just wondering where everyone sits with regards to vaccinations for or against. Delayed vaccinating?

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    Might want to have a look in the vaxxing sections if you are after some specifics. There are pro/anti and delayed sections.

    ETA: we are selective and delayed.
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    I drench my sheep. Is that what you mean?

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    I'm doing delayed/selective vaxxing

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    On time, every time,
    Was scary enough watching ds struggle with bronchiolitis, if it was something a needle could've prevented I'd have felt worse
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    Delay vaxxer here.

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    For! DS has had them on time everytime.

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    For - Delayed! After having just gone through this with GP/OB/Naturopath and doing my own research we have confidently decided in delayed vaxxing.

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    On time, every time.
    Same here. I am very strongly pro vax.

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    Pro vaccination and vaccinating to schedule.
    OP this is an extremely contentious topic on here, as a PP mentioned there are specific sections for those that are pro vax and those that are anti or delayed/selective. If there is something specific you want to know, best to ask in the appropriate section

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