butterfly113 Posted January 4, 2011 Share Posted January 4, 2011 DS almost 11 is due for a check up. Thus far we have had vaccines on schedule except for flu vaccines. No probs. When he was little he did get a low grade fever or cold around age 2-3 but no major probs. Now that I am older, wiser, etc... I may have done things differently. Still vaccinate, but stretch it out. So... He is due to get Tetanus/Dtap, and Meningococcal. Would you give these together? Why or why not? Are there studies of adverse reactions being increased if administered together? He also has the option of the gardisil vaccine... protecting him and girls as well... not starting a debate... I can see the benefits for protecting from cancers and HPV, yet the vaccine is too new, too many risks with administering it with other vaccines, we homeschool, and socially it would take an act of God for anything to happen at this stage of his life... so in a nut shell we have time on this one... :lol: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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