My son was never well enough to get his vaxes, he had constant infections, mostly ear, meaning constant high temps. Thus, my doc only vaxxed him slowly as he was never temp free long enough.
Is that not valid?!
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i tried to enroll my child in daycare but cause i wasnt up to date on vacs i had my child care benifit cut , so would of ment full price no cheaper fees
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18-02-2012 14:49 #87
She asked if we thought it was a valid reason. I answered.
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18-02-2012 14:50 #88
I've read it all, the official documentation, the medical journals, the alternative views and the 'quackery' and for me it is about risk assessment, my risk assessment led me to make a decision not to vax. Yes, in many cases vaxxing reduces the risk of catching the disease but the chance of catching one of these diseases and suffering harm is negligible, given my circumstances my child would have been extremely unlucky to suffer harm. I know measles is probaly not a great example as it has been drastically reduced but the notification rate for measles is around 3-5 in a million and the hospitalisation of those 3-5 in a million is less than 1%.
However if I vaxxed my child I would have had a 100% chance of having toxic ingredients such as aluminium, formaldehyde, polysorbate and who knows what else placed directly into their blood ******s.
The only vax I considered was for whooping cough but was unable to get a single vax.
I've also worked in centres and have never seen an incidence of a vpd other than gastro that was suspected rotavirus on a number of occasions and to be entirely honest I wondered if a child who had recently recieved their rotavirus vax may have been to blame.
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18-02-2012 15:08 #90
Sorry I don't really understand whether your child is up to date with vaxes now? If they were truly constantly sick with temps how were you able to send them to CC?
Seriously, I do understand how difficult it is to get your child vaxed when they are sick all the time. My baby didn't get her 4 month ones till 9 months for that reason. But to delay for years or not vax their next child like the PP said, no I don't think that is valid.
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