Our expert says:
It sounds as though you have been dangerously and seriously misinformed about the risks and benefits of childhood inoculations, and it would be wise for you to see a good local pediatrician, with your child, and after he has assessed the child, get full and expert information about the risks and benefits and the best plan for your child.
There is no expert, professional dispute that though childhood inoculations can occasionally have complications, that are generally safe and very much safer than for your child to experience those illnesses unprotected. Indeed, the fact that your child has apparently not yet experienced one of these illnesses ( which can cause serious damage and even death, in a child ) is probably because most or all of the children he has been mixing with HAVE been inoculated and so are not infecting him.
Your sister is absolutely right to be concerned, and the risk to her and her unborn child of German measles while pregnant are really serious.
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