What do you think about the resurgence of the Whooping Cough in CA? There are 95 dead children because the mom didn't vaccinate from fears of the side effects. I think I would have taken the side effects after the reality of this preventable disease struck. Will this change anyone's mind?
I don't care if others choose to vaccinate or not. I'm glad I do.
Having seen two friends children live through Whooping Cough, I'm glad my kids didn't get it. In both cases, the children's lungs were permanently damaged, and they both get pneumonia frequently. Any viral infection could send them to the hospital, and both have been hospitalized numerous times. The oldest, a five year old, averages 5 hospitalizations a year over the last five years. The side affects and damage of the disease out-weigh the side affects of the vaccine, IMO.
Answer by mancosmomma at 11:18 PM on Jun. 26, 2010
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Answer by outstandingLove at 8:44 PM on Jun. 26, 2010
No, because I don't vaccinate for religious reasons. I have other reasons as well but religious reasons play a vital role in my decision to not vaccinate my children.
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