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Hi Ladies,<br><br>
I was wondering if you could help me out. My DD received her first set of vaccinations at 3.5 months old. When we went in for her 5.5 month appointment, she was ill with a cold. The Dr. was still willing to vaccinate but I firmly said "NO". He was VERY concerned about spacing the vaccinations more than 2 months apart. He rescheduled us for 2 weeks later, but she's still not perfectly well, and I refuse to vaccinate her when her immune system is not up to the challenge. I know that he's going to be pushy and want to vaccinate her because she's already "behind" (which is a choice that I made), does anyone have information that says that it's not a problem to space vaccines more than the "normal" time apart. The more reputable the source, the better.<br><br>
Thanks so much for your time, it is truly appreciated.
 

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There is no max. space for those vaccines. No purpose finding evidence though- never try to argue vaxes with an MD- waste of time.<br><br>
-Angela
 
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