Originally Posted by dinahx
However cocooning seems like a good add on. I am too lazy to grab the study, but there is one that compares reduction in cases from Cocooning vs. Prenatal Tdap & seems like they would work better together.
The very knowledge that some Vax allows for asymptomatic transmission is an important advance tho.
cocooning doesn't work if you feel when you vax you are protected and IMO IRL I find most hold this thought
also I fail to see why and I wish the money was throw at public service ads instead, but taking freshly born, day old babies out to eat and to the grocery store and Target really isn't a smart idea yet I see this ALL THE TIME! so worried, go vac, the push of false hope vs how about so worried, your new born does not need to socialize!
the transmission thing with this vaccine is deeply concerning, even if you are "trying" to cocoon and have sibling, I see so many potential problems
Originally Posted by TCMoulton
"IF you read what I posted I did say - Dr's areN'T (are not) telling patients to stop the vaccine, they simply can't because another part of the govt hasn't given the recommendation to do so, and yet ANOTHER part has to check into the effectiveness and go through yet another list of procedures to (if they do) withdraw the vaccines - this is all time IF it even happens!
How you jumped to me saying that Dr should tell their patients to stop is beyond me! The rest of the sentence makes it clear, they can't do that."
Ah Seren except you only just edited your post to reflect what it says now. Originally you didn't have "areN'T" in your post but I'm pretty certain we all know what you intended to say.
Considering how much it bothers you when you think other members are twisting your words I'm not sure why you would purposefully do that back to Teacosy.
I agree that the biggest concern is for those infants who are too young to be fully covered by the DTaP, but short of never leaving the house for those early months I'm not certain there is any other method of protection.
perhaps you failed to get the meaning of the rest of the sentence you are so worked up over and fail to see that in the following sentences I states how they can not tell their patients