I always cringe when I read facebook posts about my friends giving their babies their shots. I usually don't say anything unless someone posts something asking for advice or opinions, and although I have occasionally posted an article about vaccines I don't really publically share that we don't vax.
One facebook friend (who is an old college teammate who I haven't talked to in years) recently had premature twins, who have already had several health issues.
She just posted today about being mad at the nurse who told her the shots (2nd hep b shot) wouldn't bother her babies and then they were screaming and awake for hours.
This post literally almost made me cry...I feel so sad thinking about those babies who are getting vax'ed for a disease that they have an almost 0% chance of getting. Everyone responded by saying to give them tylenol, and a handful of people suggested spreading out the vaccines and only doing 2 shots per visit.
I would love a way to respond in a supportive way but also encourage her to question/do research....any suggestions on ways to respond to posts like this, or should I just mind my own business and keep quiet?