Well I have decided no as well, my reasons are that I think that they have rushed this wonder vaccine through and I am worried about problems of people having it. Also I am worried that I might have a reaction to it.Angela
I haven't bothered either Jess! Probably cos I'm just lazy and am sick of clinic and hospital visits!
We haven't either. We have chosen not to have any vaccinations though, but it's just a personal choice.
Are you talking about yourself, or future babies?? I'm for vaccinations. I have seen first hand the effects of the diseases the vaccinations prevent! Though on the other hand you do get children who react to the vaccination which can result in worse things. Pray about it: It's the answer to ANY debate, question, dilemma etc!Love ya xxx
We are anti vaccination, too much evidence against it when you look into it.
i'm pro vaccination...don't you be bringing back small pox!! I think we should have a family debate...hmm
i am a bit both ways... a foot in each camp so to speak... but i dont think they have done enough research on this batch of vacs yet for me...so i have to say i am not going to have it eather...sick i know but...just remember i dont want you to cry at my funeral Jess....and i want a cardboard coffin and no hearse, back of the ute to take me to the graveyard...
I thought this was about the flu! (But if rumour is true- Yay for you guys! Congrats to you both) I am for vaccinations. Chloe has had all of hers and Sam and I also got the whooping cough early on as we didn't want to contribute to her becoming sick in any way (you know the paranoid 1st parents!). I have had no trouble and would do it all again if I had to. But I agree with everyone - it is a personal decision and let me tell you EVERYONE has different opinions about what is right and wrong- but ultimately you are the parent so do what feels right for you.
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