Why can't a non vaccinator ask a question in the pro-non vaxxing section without it spiralling into this? It's so rude and pretty clear that this choice is not at all given the same respect as other parenting choices.
I'm am very strongly pro-vax and personally don't understand why people don't vax BUT you have every right to be annoyed. As much as I don't understand your decisions you still have a right to fully informed consent and clearly this was not given. I agree with the other posters - you need to let the hospital know what has happened so they can take the appropriate action to ensure it doesn't happen again.
Vaxxes are a parental choice, and I choose to exercise that right. My decision is firm, why would I want an ear bashing by a GP about it?
If circumstances dictate that my boys need certain vaxxes, which has happened twice now, then I get the vaxxes done. Simple. No arguing my position with a GP needed.
She was not in direct risk of contracting diphtheria and was vaccinated for it against my will.
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