Vaccinations are a burning question. For a long time I doubted whether to put them to my daughter or not. I consulted with my mother, read the forums and even argued on them a couple of times about the benefits and dangers of vaccines. Moreover, all this happened even then, when the daughter quietly and peacefully grew in my tummy and did not know what to expect.
The world has overcome many diseases due to vaccines – this quote is stuck in my memory. But the truth is that so many epidemics were prevented precisely thanks to vaccination of the population, how many childhood and adult deaths were avoided.
As they say, God protects the god. Moreover, I am very worried that now the fashion has gone from parents to refuse vaccinations. This means that the risk of an outbreak of these diseases increases dramatically. The same trend was in the late 80s. After the mass refusal of parents to vaccinate there was an outbreak of diphtheria and whooping cough. I think the connection is obvious.
1. The lack of a guaranteed result. The very fact that vaccination was performed does not give any 100% guarantee that your treasure will not get sick with this disease. It’s like with chickenpox, some, even having been ill, can get her a second time. No one could give me an absolute guarantee that now you can not be afraid of diseases.
2. Not high-quality vaccines. Another stone in the direction of vaccination is the rumor about the poor quality of Russian vaccines and that they contain many harmful impurities. But here the solution is simple: you can do vaccination with imported drugs, although this will no longer be a free pleasure.
3. Undermining the natural immunity. It is also commonly believed that they undermine the natural immunity of a person, i.e. increase the likelihood of contracting the disease itself.
Having finally weighed all my pros and cons, I decided to put up vaccinations. What do I, that husband, in childhood tolerated them well, without serious complications. She decided to put everything, though she did it not strictly according to the schedule. In winter, I didn’t plant our crumbs, there were already a lot of colds.