This is very difficult choice to make when you are a parent, but is it your choice to make.
Or can you even make a right choice.
Are you a doctor, are you medically familiarized with the vaccines that you are giving to your baby or you just know stuff cos you read it online, on some web page or blog? There are a lot of researchers that are proclaiming against vaccination they have some facts but are they trustworthy?
All of the medical authorities in all countries are for immunization. The CDC (center of disease control and prevention) has recommended and scheduled immunizations for children. Vaccination is one of the best ways parents can protect infants, children, and teens from 16 potentially harmful diseases. Vaccine-preventable diseases can be very serious, may require hospitalization, or even be deadly – especially in infants and young children. On the internet there are a lot of articles about dangers of immunization, but do you know the dangers if you do not perform immunization on your baby. Are you vaccinated, did your parents vaccinated you, were they less of a parents than you.
There is a great story on CNN
about a child that was not vaccinated and put all of the other children at risk and in quarantine. There was a measles outbreak in Oakland California so younger babies were in danger because they are still young to get the vaccine. So a 6 month old got a measles , because someone’s personal choice not to vaccine their kids. This choice had impact on non vaccinated younger babies, 9 infants were sick. Measles are highly contagious , can hang in air or in all surfaces for hours and if contracted it could lead to deaf child or even the child could die.
But what to do, there are a lot of doctors and medical personal that tells you to vaccinate your baby but there are a lot of people testifying their own tragedies, you can look some of their comments here.
So its up to you as a parent to decide what to do and calculate what is more risky, not to vaccinate the child and put it at risk later on in life or vaccinate it now and put is to smaller or maybe bigger risk now?