I've never questioned vaccinating until I started reading forums on MDC. I have high respect for the mothers here, so started to look into the issues related to vaccines.
I have a 10 month old daughter and she's had everything recommended up to 8 months. I felt that it was a lot of needles, but felt it was my responsibility to have her vaccinated.
If she already started vaccinating, should I still continue, or can the rest be delayed? She's already had BCG, Vit K, 3 doses of DTaP-IPV, Pneumococcal Vaccine, and Hepatitis B Vaccine. The upcoming ones are MMR, chicken pox vax, and booster doses for pneumococcal and DTaP-IPV. They do 6-in-1 combo vaccines here (Hong Kong) nowadays to avoid pricking the baby too many times in one visit, and that just sounds like a lot of drugs at one time.
She was born in Hong Kong, but we live in India most of the time. They get the same vaccines there. Tetanus is apparently a big deal because they give 2 doses to pregnant women.
What should I read to educate myself?