And it is not helped by the fact that we moved country as the advice changes.
My little boy has a rare, autoimmune brain condition caused by a virus he had as a newborn (as a newborn, before vaccinated). It has left him relapsing with several bouts of meningitis and encephalitis and he was a in a coma and vegetative state for weeks, had to re-learn everything he knew when he was four. He now is eight and healthy, but the advice the doctors give about vaccinations is so conflicting!
German pediatrician said: do them, but inpatient and spaced out. German neuro-ped said: wait until he has had two years of no neurological events and only do Measles and Pertussis and Chickenpox as the other illnesses aren't around at the moment. Hope and pray that your child will not get infected by anyone. British pediatrician said: do them all on schedule, it is fine, as the illness is worse than the risks of relapse due to vaccination. But can't get CP vaccine in the UK, which would be the most important one for him? British GP said: Dunno. And shrugged.
What do I DO?