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Posted by sarah on September 14, 2000 at 16:38:05:

In Reply to: Re: vaccine and autism--What to do for new baby? posted by margaret on June 16, 2000 at 04:41:56:

: : I have a four year old son with autism. His started as an infant but I truly believe that the MMR made him slip deeper away from us. Now is my question..we are expecting a son in Sept. What do I do regarding his vaccines? I definately want to break them up and follow a different schedule..maybe waiting 6 months before I even start them. Has anyone done this or know of a docter who can recommed a schedule for vaccines. Thanks

: With every vaccine - single or not there are adverse effects only you can decide,what is right for
: your children. you should
: make fully informed decisions
: Can't help with doctor,as i don't know where you are from, try Pro information sites for details.
: Information and links to others on these:-
: www.van.org.uk/
: www.909shots.com
: best wishes,
I am also a mother with a newborn born in august and I am wondering about spacing out the vaccines and if there is a correct way to do it.
We are also leaving on a trip out of the country when she will be 6 mo, so I dont know how long to prolong some of them. I was wondering if you had found out any information, or
a good person to talk to? I'd appreciate any info, and I'll let you know if I find out anything.
: Margaret.



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