I have a 5 year old healthy boy (had some minor eye tics/blinking for 8 months last year and has enviornmental allergies;( was allergic to eggs and all dairy from 1yr old to 2 yrs old. ) Therefore, he had breastmilk for 18 months -He has NEVER been vaccinated. I did have the DNA GENETICS TEST done and it shows he would NOT rid heavy metals as easy. Therefore, he would be more suseptable to toxic overload.
Due to where we live (previous farm land/along with rusty nails) Tetnus would be the one shot I feel he would need. Seeing they don't have just tetnus...I was looking at the DP (which includes thermerisol) or adding the DTaP. Also, I was going to wait 6 months from his first vac. to his next; and only give him 2 and have his titers checked from that point. Any thoughts.
Do you think doing some detoxing after the vaccination would be warranted. Thoughts on things to do before or after vaccination??
If something happens in the future (steps on nail) would you ever have a tetnus shot? You know...they push for that "just in case"
Since I've got you......My husband (38) contracted Chicken Pox as an adult after being in contact with someone who had Shingles. Within 90 days of the Pox my husband was diagnosed with MS. He was hit hard. His symptoms began about 30 days after the pox. (memory, behavior, mood/personality changes, fatigue, slow processing, couldn't add/subtract) He is cognitively effected --not physically. He no longer can work. As for our children, I'm not sure if it would be better for them to get the chicken pox vaccination or wait and see if they get the pox on their own. I've done research, but no answers. One neurologist said...don't do it. The other said...didn't find a corrolation between the two. I would normally of said no to the pox prior to his diagnosis; but since the pox brought this about I'm not sure what to do. Any thoughts.
I understand and am not asking for medical advise. I'm just asking for thoughts and opinions and will make my own decision. I truly will value any thoughts you throw my way. I appreciate your time.