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Old 07-03-2010, 11:59 AM   #41
 
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i see what you mean. However, companies are making 1 shot to have 5-6 vaccinations in it. THATS what i have a problem with (aside from the preservatives im allergic to) - in natural circumstances, no child would be fighting off measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox all at the same time, and yet, thats what we expect their little systems to do.


The vaccines are all still available separately, and you can request (insist) that they be given separately. If your doctor tells you that it can't be done, s/he is lying. Go someplace else to have the vax's done separately if you have to. Your county health department will probably accomodate you...and they'll probably do it for free, or very low cost. Don't listen to lying doctors who say you HAVE to overload your very young child's immune system with 5/6/7 immunizations at a time.
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i see what you mean. However, companies are making 1 shot to have 5-6 vaccinations in it. THATS what i have a problem with (aside from the preservatives im allergic to) - in natural circumstances, no child would be fighting off measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox all at the same time, and yet, thats what we expect their little systems to do.


The vaccines are all still available separately, and you can request (insist) that they be given separately. If your doctor tells you that it can't be done, s/he is lying. Go someplace else to have the vax's done separately if you have to. Your county health department will probably accomodate you...and they'll probably do it for free, or very low cost. Don't listen to lying doctors who say you HAVE to overload your very young child's immune system with 5/6/7 immunizations at a time.
You cannot get the Pertussis vaccine by itself.
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i see what you mean. However, companies are making 1 shot to have 5-6 vaccinations in it. THATS what i have a problem with (aside from the preservatives im allergic to) - in natural circumstances, no child would be fighting off measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox all at the same time, and yet, thats what we expect their little systems to do.


The vaccines are all still available separately, and you can request (insist) that they be given separately. If your doctor tells you that it can't be done, s/he is lying. Go someplace else to have the vax's done separately if you have to. Your county health department will probably accomodate you...and they'll probably do it for free, or very low cost. Don't listen to lying doctors who say you HAVE to overload your very young child's immune system with 5/6/7 immunizations at a time.
You cannot get the Pertussis vaccine by itself.
Up until 3 years ago you could. I was never vaxed against it as a child and had to get the full vax as an adult, not just the booster.
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The vaccines are all still available separately, and you can request (insist) that they be given separately. If your doctor tells you that it can't be done, s/he is lying. Go someplace else to have the vax's done separately if you have to. Your county health department will probably accomodate you...and they'll probably do it for free, or very low cost. Don't listen to lying doctors who say you HAVE to overload your very young child's immune system with 5/6/7 immunizations at a time.
You cannot get the Pertussis vaccine by itself.
Up until 3 years ago you could. I was never vaxed against it as a child and had to get the full vax as an adult, not just the booster.
I saw on Dr. Sears website that MMR will be available separately in 2011 once again, but he didn't link to his reference. I haven't been able to confirm this on my own.
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I don't really see the advantage of separate vaxes. My concern with vaccinations is the preservatives/heavy metals and separate vax means more exposure that stuff. No, I don't think exposure to these chemicals specifically causes autism but I'd still prefer as little exposure as necessary.
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For families who are only concerned about one type of ailment - i.e. just Pertussis.
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