Delay and Selective Vaccine Schedules

A list of delay or selective vaccine schedules for parents who prefer this route:

 

Dr. Stephanie Cave’s vaccine schedule:

4 months: start Hib with IPV (polio)


6 months: DtaP started

7 months: second series of Hib and IPV

8 months: second series Dtap

9 months: third series Hib

10 months: third series DtaP

15 months: measles

18 months: fourth series Hib, IPV

19 months: fourth series DtaP

27 months: rubella

39 months: mumps

4-5 years: MMR boosters separate from any other boosters only if no titers for immunity.

4-5 years: boosters for DtaP and IPV if needed

Hepatitis B: If  Mother is not positive and baby is not attending child care we would like to postpone until at least school age and only give if mandated by state.

Pneumococcal (Prevnar): Do not want, only discuss if mandated by state only.

Varicella (Varivax): close to school age if mandated by law and if child is not immune to chicken pox based on blood test. Never before 4-5 years.

MMR: to be given seperately

15 months: measles

27 months: rubella

39 months: mumps

4-5 years: MMR boosters separate from any other boosters only if no titers for immunity.

 

 

This is from Dr. Miller (Generation Rescue)

 

1. no vaccines until 2 years old

2. no mercury containing vaccines

3. no live virus vaccines

4. vaccines to be given 1 at a time starting at age 2-

    a. pertussis

    b. diptheria

    c. tetanus

    d. polio

 

Dr. Sears Selective Vaccination Schedule

 

2 months-  DTaP, Rotavirus

3 months- Pc, HIB

4 months- DtaP, Rotavirus

5 months- Pc, HIB

6 months- DtaP, Rotavirus

7 months- Pc, HIB

15 months- Pc, HIB

5 years- Tetanus booster

10 years- Blood test(Titer) for Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Chickenpox, Hep A                  Consider vaccinating if not immune. Consider 3 dose Polio series if   traveling to Africa or Asia 

11years- HPV (3 doses)

12 years Hep B (3 doses)

 

 

Alternative Vaccine Schedule

 

2 months-  DTaP, Rotavirus

3 months- Pc, HIB

4 months- DtaP, Rotavirus

5 months- Pc, HIB

6 months- DtaP, Rotavirus

7 months- Pc, HIB

9 months- Polio, Flu (2 doses)

12 months- Mumps, Polio

15 months- Pc, HIB

18 months- DTaP, Chickenpox

21 months- Flu

2 years- Rubella, Polio

2.5 years- Hep B, Hep A

3 years- Hep B, Measles, Flu

3.5 years- Hep B, Hep A

4 years- DTaP, Polio, Flu

5 years- MMR, Flu

6 years- Chickenpox

12 years- Tdap, HPV

12 years 2 months- HPV

13 years-HPV, Meningococcal (once meningococcal approved for age 2-recommend at age 2 and delay Hep B for 6 months)

   

(Most people are immune after one dose. We continue to get multiple doses that MAY NOT BE NEEDED. Have them check antibody levels via titres blood test.)

 

 

 DAN! Guidelines:

 

  •  Use Thimersol / Mercury free vaccines!!(THAT INCLUDES vaccines that have multiple viruses! Split them up!)

  •  Use single dose vials from which to draw up the vaccines as opposed to multiple-dose vials which provide less uniform dosage.

  •  Use inactivated polio. (IPV)

  • Give RDA (Recommended Daily Allowances) of Vitamin C before and after vaccines
  •  Give a natural form of Vitamin A ( cod liver oil ) to keep RDA’s at level at all times for the age.

  •  Separate the MMR into 3…start with measles at 12-15 months, then mumps at 18-21 months, rubella at 24-27 months.

  •  Do not give live virus vaccines to immunodeficient children.

  •  Do not give vaccines if allergic to any of these components:

i. Yeast – Hep B

ii. Eggs – MMR

iii. Neonycian – MMR or Varicella

  •  Hold off on the Varicella until 10-12 years & if the child is shown not immune to Chicken pox.

 

  •  Checking vaccine titers before giving boosters

 

 

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