dd is 8 months and has had most of her baby shots already. but now i am reading about vaccinations, and starting to consider non-vaxing. but i have some questions and i can't get an answer from the pediatrician other than "you must vaccinate!". when i refused the flu shot they acted like i was a bad mother, so if i don't do any of the vaxes from now on i know that i'm in for a fight.
dd has had part of the hib and rhotovirus series. would it be dangerous to not finish now that she's had part of it? is it an all or nothing situation like taking antibiotics, where a partial dose is dangerous?
i am a navy wife, and there is a strong chance of dh getting stationed overseas. would non-vaxing cause problems with visas/travel? i plan to homeschool, so daycare policy doesn't matter, but i don't want to be unable to travel to wherever dh is stationed next.
how do i get a religious exemption form? will it look funny/suspicious that dd has already had some vaxing but now i'm saying i have a religious objection?
is anyone else navy or navy-spouse and could tell me if there is navy/military-specific paperwork i'd need to do?
dd's next checkup is in 3 weeks and if i'm going to have to fight the pediatrician then i want to know my facts ahead of time and have my ducks in a row. i can't change doctors because it's the on-base hospital and all the peds there have the same views. and non-military care is not an option financially.
any advice or information would really be appreciated.