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May 18th, 2013, 03:23 PM
Ruidmoon Ruidmoon is offline
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I'm 18 years old and pregnant with my first child. I know someone who chose not to vaccinate her children, which is how I got interested in the vax, no-vax controversy. From all the research I've done, and the personal experiences of the woman I knew who did not vaccinate, it seems to me they do more harm than good.

In all honesty, though, at 18 no one really seems to put much value into what I think or have to say. I'm 29 weeks pregnant and haven't yet really spoken to anyone about not vaccinating my daughter once she's born because the one person I kind of brought the issue up to said that it was a stupid decision and vaccinations save lives.
I personally don't feel that way, though.

I suppose I'm just doubting myself because I am so young and the older people in my life all talk about the extreme importance of vaccinating.

Does anyone have any tips on how I should bring it up to my doctor, or the my family members?
I'd really really appreciate it...
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