Hi Dr. Bob,
I re-read your book along with Dr. Stephanie Cave's book "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children's Vaccinations" and I'm confused and am hoping you can clarify what I read. I did a search online and couldn't find any information. Dr. Cave wrote that if a child received "x-ray treatment" in the last three months that vaccination should not be given or delayed. By treatment would this include a diagnostic x-ray as far as you know? My little one had an abdominal x-ray taken in early May to check if a foreign object was swallowed. Would one x-ray lower immunity for a period of time? Would you personally recommend not getting vaccinated for a period of time after an x-ray was taken? My little one had a reaction to pentacel and has been selectively vaccinated and after reading this I'm wondering if we should wait longer.
Thank you again so much in advance for your time.