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    • #15782

      I personally do not get my own shots but I’ve read about the parents who don’t he their kids their shots and some that who do. I’m the one that reads the both good n bad about them n to be honest theirs more bad than good. I’ve talked with my doctor about it and they look down upon women who will not get their children’s shots and they won’t allow them into schools. Which I don’t agree with. If the shit really work then y does it matter if there are people who do noy want to get theirs?!

    • #68210

      No one can really tell you what’s best for you or your family. The best thing to do is to research each vaccine for yourself and wait to vaccinate until you are 100% sure of your decision. You can vaccinate at any time, but you can never take them back if you decide they are not what’s best for you or your children.

      They don’t publicly advertise it much, but vaccines are not actually required for school..Every state allows medical exemptions. Almost every state also allows religious exemptions and/or philosophical/personal exemptions. The only exceptions are California, West Virginia, and Mississippi – they only allow medical exemptions.

      You can look up the exemptions in your state here.

      Also, if you decide that you do not want to vaccinate, family doctors are generally more accepting of that than pediatricians. Pediatricians get bonuses from their insurance for having all their patients fully vaccinated, so they often push them harder than other doctors.

    • #358358

      it’s best to do your own research and talk with your pediatrician to decide what’s best for your family

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