it means ivillage deleted posts that i put up. nothing too critical.
you know debates are meant to be fun, if you cant joke (even in stupid pun form like i did) then maybe youve taken it too personally. there is hardly any reason to think "zombie viruses" is offensive. maybe dumb but not worth getting upset over.
"it was a joke. see all the vaccines my son got were dead, aka not live. meaning that in order for those diseases to infect him from that vaccine they'd have to be zombie viruses. as in come back to life when they once were dead. get it? haha?"
Viruses - live, attenuated, or otherwise, are not what I would be most concerned with, if I were still vaccinating my child. I don't find humor in any of it, sorry.
"ps i can assure you posts were deleted; mine!"
I don't have a clue what that means.
it was a joke. see all the vaccines my son got were dead, aka not live. meaning that in order for those diseases to infect him from that vaccine they'd have to be zombie viruses. as in come back to life when they once were dead. get it? haha?
ps i can assure you posts were deleted; mine!
The point I just made in another thread was just driven right home with this one!
Did the post about zombie viruses get deleted too? I certainly have not seen anyone speak of such scary *viruses*.
i got all my vaccines and im a healthy, happy, college educated, functioning member of society and so is everyone else i know.
everything injected into my son was dead. i have no fear of zombie viruses. but i guess i probably only believe that because im "uninformed" right?
again, vaccinating is not unfit parenting.
Hib is given at two months.
I don't know how old your children are, but you can find the past schedules close to the bottom of the page (link below). Hib is one of the newer vaccines but its been around a while.
The vaccine (like all vaccines) is not proven to work on all individuals. IOW's - there are no studies proving efficacy of the vaccine. (Positive antigen is not the same as immunity.) There are media pieces like this that tell the truth of the matter:
From what I understand, the Hep B is given in the hospital in all fifty states. Parents are often given the choice between doing it while in the hospital, or they can make an appointment to see the doctor immediately after checking out of the hospital and get the vaccine then.
This is a disease that a newborn baby is extremely unlikely to catch. Either the Mom has it (they test to see if you do), or a prostitute/drug addict or other individual with Hep B could spit in the baby's mouth - they could get it that way. Or if your baby shares needles or has sex, he/she could also get it. By the time your newborn is old enough to participate in sex or needles, the vaccine has most likely waned. They added boosters but they still haven't proven the vaccine to be effective.
Or sharing needles - you know we have to protect everyone for their own good from their own choices.. ;-)