for those who vaccinate your children on a delayed schedule
what do you say to the fact (if it is indeed a fact) that the diseases you are vaccinating your children against are more fatal in infants and that's why the CDC recommends them so early?
i am just finding it very difficult to make decisions concerning vaccinating my child. i considered delaying his vaccinations until he is 18 months old but then the ped was saying that things like pertussis and rotavirus are a lot more deadly for an infant and that's why he would really like to vaccinate him on the recommended schedule.
obviously i know that 99% of peds are going to pressure you to vaccinate on their schedule but i just wondered how those who do delay vaccines would respond to that. :)
Asked by Anonymous at 3:46 PM on Jul. 16, 2010 in Babies (0-12 months)
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