I am really not willing to get him vaccinated, but if knowledgable, experience non-vax experts tell me I really should get him vaccinated, I don't know...I will read it. :)
My 14 year old son has never had the chicken pox, as far as I know. I have tried to expose him twice to chicken pox and once to shingles, to no avail. I have searched for chicken pox in our state many times (there's a very old but occasionally active thread on here that I get notifications for on occasion). He is still just shy of the major puberty time, I believe, so if he got it now, I'd be thrilled. (I also have an 11 year old and 2 year old who need exposure, too).
So...what do you think? Should I just continue to wait? I have not had his titers done, mostly because we don't currently have a pediatrician or doctor that I like, and because I have read that they can be inaccurate.
What do you think? Do you have any advice for me?
***Edited to add that I am not interested in people who think vaccination is a good thing. I am strongly anti-vaccines. That won't change. That is why I posted in "I am not vaccinating". Thank you!***