Parents, and sometimes pediatricians, think that kids can’t get vaccinated if they are taking antibiotics. Can they?
There is no federal law requiring pediatricians to get a parent’s signature before giving kids vaccines.
When you take your child to their pediatrician, you expect to be given all of the information you need to help you make good decisions about their care. Whether it is about an antibiotic to treat an ear infection, the need for an MRI if your child is having severe headaches, or weaning off an …
Under the National Vaccine Childhood Injury Act, vaccine providers are required to give out a Vaccine Information Statement before giving a vaccine.