We stopped going in for our routine vaccinations for all of our children, full stop. Once the needle goes in you can't induce vomiting or undo it. So we figure we would rather be on the safe side and not inject anything into any of our own children going forward. We believe the reported side effect rates to be bunk, on the basis that side effects are in fact not reported or under-reported, and that this is further negatively impacted by confirmation bias on the behalf of those tasked with taking the reports of side effects. But I think I've covered this...I don't want to hijack the thread or anything. Just want to add some perspective being dedicated "anti-vax" but not being a dedicated conspiracy theorist or a nut. At least I don't think I'm a nut Thankfully, the jurisdiction that I live in is pro choice. If we lived in an authoritarian regime in which we were forced to stick needles into our kids in order to have social services, we would leave that jurisdiction. But thanks for the heads up.