Originally Posted by RolliePollie
Anyone notice any physical or developemental differences in vaxed children versus unvaxed? Does vaxing impair proper developement of children?
Originally Posted by alegna
I have noticed differences.
I'll leave it at that for the moment.
Originally Posted by MomInFlux
I'll be curious to see where this thread goes...
My personal anecdote is that I have one child who was fully vaxed through age 2 1/2 and one child who has never received a single vaccine. Both children are (IM-incredibly-HO) exceptionally bright and healthy. Neither child has ever received antibiotics or even been sick enough that I felt I needed to take them to the doctor. I feel very fortunate in that my DS (the one who got vaccinated) never exhibited any adverse reactions and that I stopped when I did. Of course, I believe that lifestyle choices that typically accompany the decision to vaccinate play heavily into physical/developmental differences, so there you go...
Originally Posted by aisraeltax
is this really true?
Originally Posted by coloradoalice
There are just so many variables. But, whenever I see a kid her age that is clearly behind her skills I will admit I always think to myself "I bet that kid is fully vaccinated".
Sorry if I just faned the flames, but I do find this a really interesting topic.