Nonsense. Here's the CDC recommended vaccination schedule for
infants and children. Public schools generally require vaccinations for school children. Not that everyone follows this schedule, but that's the basic
You are greatly misinformed. Please stop trolling the OP. If you are really a Time Lord as you claim in another post, you would know. The Doctor
OP, Babies get their first vaccination at birth. Depending on hospital procedures circumcision can be done within a day of their birth in the
hospital, or within a few days at their pediatricians office. It is recommended to never wait more than 10 days after birth. Hospitals are less likely
to use a pain free method, including local anesthesia and prescription for numbing creams like pediatricians are.
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OK people, thank you for clarification.
So if I understood you correctly, babies get their first vaccine for HepB at birth(presumably meaning day one), and only after do they get
circumcised, am I correct in thinking that?
Also I have came across information that they get their first vaccine in the leg, is that correct?
Why don't you simply ask the real question you have rather than skirting around it? You've obviously got some sort of issue or concern about the
relationship between vaccinations and circumcision. I've given you the CDC schedule, but apparently that's not good enough for you. What is it you are
really asking here? Why does it matter? You'll get better answers if you are more straightforward with your question.
My mom told me I was circumcised , and I am Catholic. She was a nurse and said everybody gets them from the 70's or something. A health issue. I
didn't remember , you probably already got circumcised.!!! And just never knew it. So there goes your thread about making fun of Jewish boys who got a
cut in their pecker. You were circumcised too. DA DA DAAAA does that answer your question , John.
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