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Separating Vaccines [Apr. 12th, 2006|09:07 am]
Women or mothers that are "crunchy" or natural.


So I have done a lot of research and have not been able to find information on how to go about separating vaccines. Instead of the DTaP and polio and Pneu. and Hib all at once, giving them over a few weeks. How that would affect the schedule. I have an appt today, and want to bring this up with our Ped.
I don't think we will have any health risks, probably less than your average child her age, since she is not in daycare. So delaying them should not be a problem.
I am also all geared up to tell her Ped why we are not starting solid too. At her 2 month appt at the very end ( with a crying baby in my arms) she said we would talk about solid foods. Hopefully she did not mean starting them now. Even if she did, she is not ready. Not sitting up on her own, not showing a pincer grasp.
Anyways- does anyone have any info on separating the vax that I can print up for her??


[User Picture]From: thewhimmed
2006-06-20 05:47 pm (UTC)
why vaccinate at all? i never put any in my kids for several reasons: my nephew had a very bad reaction to them once as a baby and ended up in emergency room, my family has a history of auto-immune diseases which may or may not be related to vaccination, the all have mercury in them and that's so toxic, and my doctor (chiro) was against them.

but my kids have always been healthy, and i do not regret it in the least. they are 7 and 5 now.
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[User Picture]From: thewhimmed
2006-06-20 05:51 pm (UTC)
..i see you posted this a while ago, but babies shouldn't be getting solids until 6 months anyway! (in case you have thus far stood up to the all too confusing pressure).
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[User Picture]From: ercvt
2006-06-20 09:15 pm (UTC)
LOL thats ok- We didn't start until 6 months, and wanted to wait longer, but she was showing ALL the signs, even had the pincer grasp down pat. When we started her on SP she LOVED them and ate it all quite well!!
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