It is hard for me to trust what my doctor has to say about vaccines because it seems to me that whatever evidence I bring to them, they will push the vaccines regardless. I am not sure what their agenda is. I believe that they are taught that in order to irradicate the diseases, they must vaccinate all their patients, regardless of the risk. Sacrificing the few who will have bad reactions for the betterment of the whole. And I have a problem with that.
Also, I had an experience where I took my son, who was 9 months old at the time, to the ER because he wasn't using his arm. He was clearly hurt. He was running a slight fever and had a slight runny nose. He was drooling more than usual, so I attributed the fever to either teething or the slight runny nose. I did not take him to the ER because I was worried about this fever. Kids get fevers. He was my third child. I was not a new mother. That ER doctor immediately ordered blood tests and wanted a urine sample using a catheter before he even gave my baby an exam. I pointed out that he did not check his ears, nose or throat. What if he had an ear infection or strep throat? My unvaxed children have never needed anti biotics, but before ordering such tests, I believe you need to check out the obvious first. That ER doctor told me that ear infections don't cause fevers. That is simply 100% false information. He also told me that I was lucky that my baby was over 6 months old, or he would be ordering a spinal tap. I'm sorry but because of doctors like this, I absolutely have a trust issue. I refused the tests and took my baby home. His fever was gone when we woke up the next morning.
So I do my research. No, I don't have a medical degree. But I do have a BS and I did learn how to do research. I have written many research papers. While,I do ask my doctor questions, and I weigh what he has to say very heavily, I do not trust his opinion 100% when it comes to vaccines.