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Before choosing against the CDC/AAP recommended schedule, however, I would recommend that you consult with your pediatrician.
I wouldn't personally recommend the alternative schedule for several reasons including the schedule is based on faulty premises, prolongs the time it takes to protect your baby to develop immunity to vaccine-preventable diseases, increases the number of times you have to take a "healthy" baby into a medical office with other sick kids and increases the number of times your baby needs to get poked.
My experience is that most parents who drag out the schedule have babies who really resent coming into the doctors office because they are there so often to get poked. In the end, most parents have reflected back and wondered why they didn't just do the standard schedule.
I know this can be a challenging decision for you, but hopefully your doctor can be of help.
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