Hi all, it's been a while since I've done much research on vaccines so I'm looking to you all for some quick advice.
An acquaintance of mine has a six month old daughter whom she vaccinates. I believe she "fully" vaccinates, from what she's said although I try not to pry. At the four month shots she had mild reactions like crying/fussing but now she's had her six month shots (including rotavirus) and is running a fever and vomiting everything she nurses. Apparently this baby has had problems with vomiting before. So wouldn't this be a baby with a history of gastro intestinal distress which means she is not a "safe" candidate for rota virus anyways??
Obviously it's too late for that now and her mother is deep into the dogma (she's making herself feel better by saying that the vomiting now is better than actually catching rotavirus and going on about how "most children" with rota require hospitalization etc, you know the drill). So I'm not trying to give her research to lead her away from vaccinating but I am concerned because her baby's vaccine reactions are getting worse with every "check up." She's fully aware that these are vaccine reactions, she doesn't pretend it's anything else. So at least she's aware...
Where is some good reading on this topic? I'm worried that this baby is going to be dealing with something far worse than vomiting and fever if her mom keeps up with the aggressive vaccination schedule.