Hello everyone! I'm looking for input on giving my 2 year old his mmr vaccine while I'm ttc. Some sites say it's fine while others say to wait a month after he receives it because it has a live virus in it? I'm not looking about advice whether or not he should get it. He's a year late in getting it already because I wanted to do my research and feel comfortable giving it to him. I just want to know if I'm better off just waiting an extra month to get preggo. I had a mmiscarriage last month so I'm eager to start trying again but I'd never forgive myself if something happened to new baby because I couldn't wait one extra month!
Hi there, my son was purely breast fed and he used to poo every 7-10 days. He peed lots and had do problem. The midwives and doctors used to say it's not a problem and that it was normal. We worried heaps though. He's now 2.5 and he is still doing good. I must say he always had issues later of being slightly constipated when he went on solids after 6 months. Your son might have a similar digestive system as my son. Just make sure he is peeing constantly... That's yhr advise I got from the pedi and midwives
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