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    Again I'm sorry if I sound like a pro vax nazi. Again, the PP asked if we thought her reasons were valid and I answered. Just because a random GP says it is ok to not vax still does not mean the reason is valid. Recurrent ear infections are NOT a reason to delay or not vax. Period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4underfour View Post
    Again I'm sorry if I sound like a pro vax nazi. Again, the PP asked if we thought her reasons were valid and I answered. Just because a random GP says it is ok to not vax still does not mean the reason is valid. Recurrent ear infections are NOT a reason to delay or not vax. Period.
    I'll bow out now.
    That's your opinion, as someone who has never given him a medical examination to determine whether it's wise to vaccinate him or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Sorry, did you mean the other kids at daycare? If so, that's true. My point was really that a lot of people are jumping on the OP from a great height, and questioning her authenticity, her motives, etc.

    To me her comments across all threads seemed coherent and authentic. I'm not really trying to argue one viewpoint or another on the vaxxing front at the moment.

    It seems to me that the OP may have come here after support along the lines of "Yes, I was worried too but my kids have never caught anything" or "Yes, my kids caught 20 vaccine preventable diseases in the first week" rather than trying to start any fights about whether or not to vax.
    Yes, dd was classed as unvaxed even though she had some with the plan of catching up on others as she was able to.

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    and all that the Lorax left here in this mess was a small pile of rocks with the one word...UNLESS
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