My little angel will have her first vaccine after the one given in hospital after birth. My doctor said there are two ways, painful and painless. Which one shall I go with? When I asked the doctor, she asked me to read the latest vaccination guidelines. Is painless good? I heard most people go for painful one as that is quite acceptable even some doctor do not prefer the painless one. Which way should I opt for my baby's well being? Please help.
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