My husband and I (and I'm sure most of you out there) got the shots we needed at the regular times and we both turned out fine. However, there seems to be a lot more recommended shots from 25-27 years ago.
Anyone want to give some definite insight to pros or cons to delayed or regular scheduling?
**edit**Our little one is very healthy (at our last appointment (appointment #2) they told us we could skip the next one because they were not concerned about him at all).Answer Question
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Answer by TARARENEE at 10:40 AM on Dec. 16, 2010
You need to do what you feel is best. I chose to Vax my boys, and they had all the recommended vaccines on schedule. If you have doubts, or don't feel comfortable then I suggest you talk to your child's doctor about vaccines and about a delayed or selective vax schedule.
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