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Q: Educate Before You Vaccinate

I just want to recommend new mothers educate themselves on vaccinations before choosing what is right for their child. I am a parent and i completely understand you want whats best for you baby. Im not trying to be disrespectful or pushy, i only ask you hear me out. I recently went to my pharmacy and asked for the package insert to all the routine vaccinations, and the flu shot. After going home and reading everything i was quite surprised. the ingredients are sickening,,, and side effects are worse. DTAP has SIDS and Autism listed as adverse reactions. and the Whooping Cough vaccine says people receiving the shot should stay away from babies and other at risk individuals until 6 weeks later. it will actually spread from the shot itself to your baby! I understand parents who make the choice to vaccinate, but dont do it without knowing the facts. Your baby is worth taking the time to research.

This question was asked Jul. 27, 2012 6:24pm
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Answered by Addie02 - Aug. 6, 2012 3:52am
I agree with the majority of you that yes, it is ABSOLUTELY necessary to do your homework and know the facts about vaccinations. But I have to disagree that it is solely your responsibility and your own child's health on the line. Yes, side effects can (in rare cases) be deadly, but one of the most common ways these diseases are spread to babies too young to be vaccinated is through UNvaccinated children who can pass on the disease. I respect your right to make your child's medical decisions, but PLEASE do not put other children in danger because you have chosen not to vaccinate. It's not just your child's health on the line; it could mean life or death for someone else's baby.

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Answered by NaturallyMeMum - Jul. 30, 2012 11:52am
I agree with you "a member", there have been reports of links between vaccination and autism for one thing. There are toxins in there and I'm going to do a lot of research about alternatives to vaccines, as I'm not comfortable having my baby injected with those substances. Sure, most of us had no adverse effects from it....but what if.....and i don't want that "what if" to apply to MY baby.

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Answered by expectingmommy1 - Jul. 29, 2012 9:41pm
i believe the actual website of FDA and CDC are reliable sources. theres risks to everything. it be fine if you actaully knew what your talking about. your not even arguing a point your just going from one subject to another that i keep proving to you.

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Answered by a member - Jul. 29, 2012 8:39pm
i apologize, this got way out of hand. all i meant was to challenge mothers to find out for themselves if they wanted to vaccinate and not let doctors decide for them, unless they have all the facts. which can be found very simply on the vaccination insert package. i apologize if i upset you, it was meant to be helpful, although im sure it was as frustrating to you as it has been for me. if you ever do decide to get the packages, then you will see im not a crazy person. i wish you all the best.

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Answered by a member - Jul. 29, 2012 8:36pm
this makes me sad. all you have to do is get your local pharm to print off some fact sheets straight from the manufacturers box. that way its not a unreliable internet source that anyone can write up. the only reason you can say im lying is because you wont do the research. its very easy and the most reliable source. most parents i know that dont vaccinate is because they said "humm...i think ill read the contents of that box before you inject my child, thanks" i respect your decision, and all i wanted was for some mothers to educate themselves on the risk, because most mothers are told there is NO risk. my doctor tried to argue with me saying the only risk was a sore spot from the needle, and what if my child got whooping cough?!
she was surprised to see i had the papers in hand defending my choice, (vaccine package insert) and after she skimmed through them (i had highlighted points) she had nothing more to say but "i apologize, and i respect your decision."

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Answered by expectingmommy1 - Jul. 29, 2012 3:19pm
Also one last thing and im done. here is the common ingredients in most vaccines. all proven to be safe. and you said aluminum is in there? let me correct you its aluminum salts. and its 100% safe. please read.

http://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/SafetyAvailability/VaccineSafety/ucm187810.htm

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Answered by expectingmommy1 - Jul. 29, 2012 3:13pm
ok and i have decided to read your last link VAERS and that proves nothing. actually that is a testing lab basically where all the medicines go threw them do be clincally proven and tested on volunteers BEFORE going through FDA and then being legal. PLEASE read your own stuff before posting them. lol ive made my point im done trying to argue with someone who doesnt understand what there talking about.

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Answered by expectingmommy1 - Jul. 29, 2012 3:09pm
also read this page from the CDC, including the "conclusion"

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16945457

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Answered by expectingmommy1 - Jul. 29, 2012 3:03pm
actually this is the best place to go for accurate facts. read the whole thing.

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/Concerns/sids_faq.html

i believe you said the CDC says vaccines cause SIDS well, here is a whole page proving each vaccine doesnt.

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Answered by expectingmommy1 - Jul. 29, 2012 2:58pm
of course eveything in this world carries some kind of risk and as for "some childeren couldnt handle it" PERFECT THAT MEANS THEY HAD A ALLERGIC REACTION in which that could happen with anything. SIDS is sudden infant death, not sudden death from sleep, or sudden death from vaccinations, SIDS is the easiest thing to research and know there are NO SPECIFIC causes and if vaccinantions played a role in it they wold A either let you know right before vaccine is given(just like the say is your baby allergic to this or that) B wouldnt give it period. you seem a little off in your world. at first what you seem to post was ok this is just untrue now you sound complelty UNTRUE and each thing you right makes you look like a fool. i thought hearing that you found your info through youtube was hillarious untill i see your really convienced SIDS is attributed to vaccines. S-SUDDEN I-INFANT D-DEATH meaning if it werre caused by vaccines it would be SIDBV (sudden infant death by vaccines.)

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