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Ass, Children, and Doctor: y Camille Echols added 2 new photos. 22 June at 07:45 I've been relatively quiet on social media about the "Anti-vax" movement. I've seen smart-ass memes saying "why would my unvaccinated kids be a threat to your vaccinated kids if you're so sure they work?" THIS is why. There are people who cannot have live vaccines, like my daughter, who had a kidney transplant when she was 2 years old. She got one varicella vaccine but couldn't get the second because she was immunosuppressed and instead of developing immunity, she would have contracted the virus. She was exposed to a child with chickenpox this weekend and now we are in the ER. She's getting labwork, injections of immunoglobulin and then we have to wait to see what the infectious disease doctor says. The incubation period of chicken pox is 7-21 days. So even with all we are doing, she could still become sick in the next 3 weeks. And that would mean an automatic admission to the hospital for IV antiviral meds. She could become very, very sick from this. Please, if you are someone who believes your child will get autism from vaccines, PLEASE educate yourself. There isn't a single peer reviewed study that came to that conclusion. And the people choosing to skip vaccinations put children like my daughter at risk. She has been through SO much already. And this was avoidable. Let me address the recurring questions: I contacted her transplant nephrologist regarding her exposure, who in turn consulted with the infectious disease team at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and their solid organ transplant PharmD. recommendation that I take Ashley to the ER to receive VZIG, which costs approx $5k and cannot be given outpatient. was the team's Titers were drawn prior to giving her VZIG. I never claimed that the child with chicken pox was not vaccinated. That is irrelevant. The resurgence of chicken pox, whooping cough, measles and other diseases that were nearly eradicated years ago is a direct result of a large percentage of the population deciding not to vaccinate their children without sound research the support that decision. As for those telling me to "educate myself," I am a pediatric RN with over 10 years' experience in transplant and chronic llness populations. I have had extensive education regarding vaccinations. I would not post about something I was ignorant about. Those saying "it's just chicken pox, she won't die," please educate yourselves on transplant recipients. There are millions of people waiting for life saving organs. With those numbers, the odds are good that someone in your life has been affected by organ failure. Mom gets real in Facebook post about why the anti-vaxxer movement is so dangerous for her daughter.
Ass, Children, and Doctor: y
 Camille Echols added 2 new photos.
 22 June at 07:45
 I've been relatively quiet on social media about the "Anti-vax" movement.
 I've seen smart-ass memes saying "why would my unvaccinated kids be a
 threat to your vaccinated kids if you're so sure they work?"
 THIS is why. There are people who cannot have live vaccines, like my
 daughter, who had a kidney transplant when she was 2 years old. She got
 one varicella vaccine but couldn't get the second because she was
 immunosuppressed and instead of developing immunity, she would have
 contracted the virus.
 She was exposed to a child with chickenpox this weekend and now we are
 in the ER. She's getting labwork, injections of immunoglobulin and then we
 have to wait to see what the infectious disease doctor says. The
 incubation period of chicken pox is 7-21 days. So even with all we are
 doing, she could still become sick in the next 3 weeks. And that would
 mean an automatic admission to the hospital for IV antiviral meds. She
 could become very, very sick from this.
 Please, if you are someone who believes your child will get autism from
 vaccines, PLEASE educate yourself. There isn't a single peer reviewed
 study that came to that conclusion. And the people choosing to skip
 vaccinations put children like my daughter at risk. She has been through
 SO much already. And this was avoidable.
 Let me address the recurring questions:
 I contacted her transplant nephrologist regarding her exposure, who in
 turn consulted with the infectious disease team at Children's Healthcare
 of Atlanta and their solid organ transplant PharmD.
 recommendation that I take Ashley to the ER to receive VZIG, which costs
 approx $5k and cannot be given outpatient.
 was the team's
 Titers were drawn prior to giving her VZIG.
 I never claimed that the child with chicken pox was not vaccinated. That
 is irrelevant. The resurgence of chicken pox, whooping cough, measles
 and other diseases that were nearly eradicated years ago is a direct result
 of a large percentage of the population deciding not to vaccinate their
 children without sound research the support that decision.
 As for those telling me to "educate myself," I am a pediatric RN with over
 10 years' experience in transplant and chronic llness populations. I have
 had extensive education regarding vaccinations. I would not post about
 something I was ignorant about.
 Those saying "it's just chicken pox, she won't die," please educate
 yourselves on transplant recipients. There are millions of people waiting
 for life saving organs. With those numbers, the odds are good that
 someone in your life has been affected by organ failure.
Mom gets real in Facebook post about why the anti-vaxxer movement is so dangerous for her daughter.

Mom gets real in Facebook post about why the anti-vaxxer movement is so dangerous for her daughter.