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Ever since my xh and I argued over the cp vax, I have been leaning more and more towards going non vax with my next child. I am 20 weeks pregnant and I don't want this baby vaxxed for at least a while. So, my question is: What are other countries' (outside of America) suggested schedules? I've read Japan delays till two years old. But I don't know what would be a schedule where I could back it up by saying the EU recommends this or whatever ya know?

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I don't get a sense that the EU is much different than America. Each country in the EU is different. This site shows the recommended schedule for each EU country:

http://www.euvac.net/graphics/euvac/...on/norway.html
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I don't get a sense that the EU is much different than America. Each country in the EU is different. This site shows the recommended schedule for each EU country:

http://www.euvac.net/graphics/euvac/...on/norway.html
With one difference: they are not mandated for school. Most EU countries mandate NO vaccines for school entry. Those countries are Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Estonia, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Spain, UK, and a few others... all the rest of the countries have one, two or three they mandate and they are all different (shows how political it really is).

In the chart: the countries in red require at least one vaccine for school entry.
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I don't get a sense that the EU is much different than America. Each country in the EU is different. This site shows the recommended schedule for each EU country:

http://www.euvac.net/graphics/euvac/...on/norway.html
At least for Finland, info on the site is outdated.

Yes, there is no mandate here(Finland)but vax% is almost 100% .
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At least for Finland, info on the site is outdated.

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What's missing?
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I don't get a sense that the EU is much different than America. Each country in the EU is different. This site shows the recommended schedule for each EU country:

http://www.euvac.net/graphics/euvac/...on/norway.html
In the US, we also have

varicella
HepA
HepB (universally in infancy)
influenza
rotavirus
HPV
Menactra


...and I might be missing some.
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How about chickenpox? Is that universal in the EU?
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OK, well Europe was just an example.....What about other places? Like I know Japan is delayed, but what's the schedule? And is Australia delayed? I'm just trying to have someone to put it on so when people look at me weird (like my mom) I can say they do it..... KWIM?

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Australia's schedule (there are some state variations)
www.immunise.health.gov.au
it all starts within 7 days (often on the day of birth) with birth dose of HepB vax, then 2 months and on.....
It is NOT compulsory
If you want more info I can post later
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Japans recommended schedule begins at 3 months, not 2 years.

http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=464057
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Australia

probably easier to see at
http://www.immunise.health.gov.au/in...f/Content/nips

rota virus and pneumococcal are reasonably new, chickenpox is only just now free, and the latest talk is flu vaccine for all!!!
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There was a post on here about a country that had about half of US,

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the danish schedule is at this link:

http://www.generationrescue.com/vaccines.html
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How about chickenpox? Is that universal in the EU?
Nope.

http://www.euvac.net/graphics/euvac/...ation/var.html

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Pharmaceutical companies are international and recommend pretty much the same schedule all over the would. But what is mandated for school is what we should be asking and there is a big difference. In most EU countries there are NO recommendations for schools.

What the peds recommend is of course quite different since they are totally influenced by big pharma. And vaccines are their bread and butter no matter where they practice.

Vaccines have nothing to do with being health. They are strictly a large part of a world wide business.
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