Marie Mavis - posted on FB on May 27, 2016 - shared on VISA
She went in for her 6 month checkup and first round of shots and became a newborn. Minimal eye contact, no more playing, minimal smiling. No longer holding her head up or sitting up. She wanted to be put in her swing and left alone. By the time her 10 month appointment came around I was more than worried, even though she seemed to be “coming around” again. I explained the situation, my concerns and the sudden changes, but honestly? It had not even crossed my mind at that point that it could have been the vaccine until her Doctor piped up. No sooner did the Doctor explain that she believed she was vaccine injured and my heart sank into my feet. I failed her. I allowed societies opinion of what makes me a “good mother” determine how I handled her medically and I failed her. She was in this position because I did not trust my instinct and allowed someone else to influence me. Because I did not want to be labeled “neglectful”. Read more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/vaccinationinformationsouthafrica/permalink/1134558836596887/
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