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After my daughter, who is now 8 years old, suffered adverse...

"After my daughter, who is now 8 years old, suffered adverse reactions to her vaccinations, I decided to stop vaccinating her when she was a year and a half. I believe that her vaccines are responsible for her multiple food allergies, eczema, and asthma. After much research, I decided that I would not continue vaccinating her. My son was born in 2006 and has not had any vaccinations. Even though I felt that vaccinations were the cause of my daughter's issues, I was still scared NOT to vaccinate my son. I was always taught that vaccinations were safe and to not get them was at one time not an option for me. But, after careful consideration I felt that not vaccinating my children was probably the best thing for them. I went back and forth on this. My daughter has improved much and my son is the healthiest kid I know. We live in a military community with many kids. I would say at least 90% of our housing has children of various ages. There is always some illness going around, whether it be a stomach bug or some respiratory issue. Most kids at the school miss several days of school a year due to an illness. My son has been going to daycare since the age of 18 months, starting in New Hampshire. He never misses a day of daycare due to illness. It was common for at least one or two kids to be out, especially during the winter months due to illness. He has never had to be seen by a doctor except for his physical/well-child check ups (for school), and once when he was 10 months old for oral thrush, which I blame my diet (I was breastfeeding at the time). He has never had an ear infection. He has vomited several times the past few years, but he vomits one time and he is over what it was that made him sick. If he ever has an elevated temp, I encourage fluids and rest and he is over it the next day. He now attends kindergarten at a public school. He has never missed a day of school, whereas my daughter has missed at least 5 days. He is always around children who are sick and rarely even has a runny nose. Lately, there was a cold that sent one little girl to the hospital for 2 weeks and she was diagnosed with RSV. The group of children and the adults my kids are around were all sick. My son also caught this, but he suffered mainly from a stuffy nose and was over it within a week. A week later, the other children were still fighting off this cold. He has no allergies, no asthma, no skin issues. He is a very happy and bright child. In New Hampshire, he would be in preschool, but California's cut off for entering kindergarten is later, so he was 4 when he first entered kindergarten. He is advanced in his reading and math. I believe that much of the issues that vaccinations cause not only affect a child's physical health, but also their mental. My daughter, with all her allergies and eczema, is distracted by her discomfort and it has affected her school work. The more I see how my son rarely ever has issues regarding his health, the more comfortable and pleased I am with the decision to not vaccinate. We still have to go to the doctor to have them do his physical/check-ups, and I do get an earful and they try to give me guild-trips. "You would feel so bad if he caught a disease that was vaccine preventable". I let it go in one ear and out the other because as bad as I would feel if he were to get sick, I would feel worse crippling his immune system to afford him that "protection". I've seen what it did to my daughter...and now she is living with lifelong issues. Why would I repeat the same mistake?"

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