Have you give your children MMR jab?

@caesarin (1091)
Indonesia
June 1, 2009 1:03am CST
I haven't. My daughters are 3 and 1 yr old. My children's doctor had advised me to give my eldest MMR jab especially that she already went to school. Because of the disease can make girls fertile. I worried for this. But I also heard about many children who became autistic after MMR jab. Recently I watched a TV show about MMR controversy. It said there's no proofs that MMR jab cause autistic children. But many of them turn to be autistic after MMR jab. Also there were found some viruses of the MMR vaccine in the children's colon. I don't know what to decide yet. How about you?
4 responses
@meandmy3 (2228)
• United States
1 Jun 09
I did do the shots, but I did a delayed schedule. I think that the schedule based on age is out dated and should be adjusted to an age limit. All other medicaions are based on a childs weight and not age, so why is it that we give all children shots based on their ages.
@caesarin (1091)
• Indonesia
3 Jun 09
So when did you give your children MMR shot? My 1st daughter is 3 now. Thanks.
@meandmy3 (2228)
• United States
3 Jun 09
They just turned five and got the first one..
@sunshine4 (8709)
• United States
29 Jun 09
I vacinated all of my children! I don't think that they are allowed in school if they don't have their proper vaccinations. I would think that you are doing more harm then good deciding to go against your doctors advice. Hopefully in the long run your daughter doesn't get Mumps Measles or Rubella because you decided not to vaccinate her.
@caesarin (1091)
• Indonesia
30 Jun 09
I'm not saying that I'm not going to, I'm just in doubt. Don't know what to do.
• United States
26 Jun 09
A study on vaccine safety and effectiveness reveals that there are many, many serious health risks involved with vaccines. The Comprehensive Child Health Immunizations Act of 1993 made known the fact that there are risks to vaccinations by stating “Vaccine information should be simplified to ensure that parents understand the benefits and risks”. That's not a risk I'm willing to put my daughter through. If you read the Bible enough, there are several passages that lead people not to vaccinate. Today, however, there are more than 200 new vaccines in the research pipeline, including one for HIV. State health departments then routinely add new vaccines to the list of compulsory vaccines required for school entry. First it was the MMR. Then came the chicken pox vaccine. Now they are trying to make that Gardasil vaccine MANDATORY for all female children entering school. Because of this, vaccine makers are making million off of us pumping our children full of toxins. We came to our decision after A TON of research on the subject. I didn't just pull some crap off the internet and decide it was true. Two books that I found extremely helpful are: How to Raise a Healthy Child In Spite of Your Doctor, by Dr. Robert Mendelsohn (sp?) and What Your Dr. May NOT tell You about CHildren's Vaccinations by Dr. Stephanie Cave. They are very informative books and really touch on the risks that vaccines pose. I also enjoyed that they are both written by doctors, so no one can argue that there aren't medical professionals out there that do not believe in routine vaccinations. The Dr. Mendelsohn book was written back in the 80s, so this is not new information
@caesarin (1091)
• Indonesia
29 Jun 09
I don't live in English speaking country so I never heard of those books you mentioned. I'll try to look up in the internet. But I should agree that the medical factories are in conspiracy with doctors and health departments in order to make money out of the vaccines and there are things that they didn't let us parents know, about the truth. Thanks very much for your informations.
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@mammamuh (582)
• Sweden
1 Jun 09
There is no proof that MMR-vaccines give autism - no syudies has shown that's tha case. The risk of dying in measles are high the risk with the vaccine is way lower. Rubela while pregnant often will make the baby blind -I would never go without vaccine! I've met several peple that got mentaly ill with low intelligence after having measles!
@caesarin (1091)
• Indonesia
3 Jun 09
Yes, there's no proof. And it's scary to know what the risk we are going to have if we are not vaccined but I'm afraid of the risk of autism too. Thanks for responding.