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... however, our son had H1n1 and now has some terrible autoimmune disorder going on. Your post is going to have me look at lupus. I do not even know the symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... I would like to know the answer to that question myself. My two step daughters got the H1N1 shot in October or November. Now BOTH of them have an autoimmune disease. The oldest had JRA and the youngest is now getting tested for Lupus! ... (7 replies)
... My daughter is 22 and after receiving the H1N1 vaccine she broke out in a horrible rash... ... (7 replies)

... Thanks for posting all this information. I also have Lupus and am taking antisuppressant drugs. I live in Quebec and was not aware about the two different types of vaccine. ... (10 replies)
... The rationality behind my sister and her husband who are perfectly healthy individuals being put on the list for the vaccine is that they are caregivers to their 3 children who ARE high risk. What about me? ... (10 replies)
... rned I got pretty sick with some type of virus and slowly recovered. I began bike riding again slowly, and eventually got back up to ten miles. Then, I had the H1N1 vaccine when I was coming down with a cold that was coming on. ... (121 replies)
... illnesses and an H1N1 vaccine just before this all started happening. I stopped taking one of the medications that I had been taking for Fibromyalgia. I was setting myself up for this. ... (121 replies)
... I know that they used a new adjuvant in the H1N1 vaccines in Canada. ... (7 replies)
... and ASA for stroke prevention. I was put on high doses of Prednisone when I was in the hospital and eventually tapered off and my Lupus has been very quiet since. I was not taking any new medications when I came down with these symptoms. ... (121 replies)
... like symptoms, the H1N1 vaccine, and an upper respiratory infection, sinusitis just prior to symptoms getting worse. ... (121 replies)
... ease to begin expressing itself, because the body's immune system was preoccupied or weakened because of dealing with some other illness or condition. I know the vaccine is not the same as getting the virus itself, but the immune system does spring into action to deal with the vaccination. ... (7 replies)
... My husband and I both got the H1N1 vaccine yesterday, Our personal care doctor's nurse said we'd better get it now, because when the limited supply runs out, no one knows when there will be more. ... (6 replies)
... I would follow these objectives, which may be very much more reliable than a flu vaccine!!!!! •Avoid sugar •Get enough rest •Eat garlic regularly •Don't let stress overwhelm you •Exercise regularly •Wash your hands (10 replies)
... Wahoo!!! I finally found a flu shot thanks to my oncologist. He didn't have any vaccine himself but called an associate to locate a dose. My husband went and picked it up and the nurse gave me the shot. So I'm set. ... (10 replies)
... workers who has H1N1 came into the office, and into our meeting room. She was sent home and now today I am noticing that my chest hurts and I had a fever earlier today. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, people with underlying chronic conditions...that means us lupus people should be on the priority list. ... (10 replies)
... only pregnant women are given the H1N1 shot and the kids are given the H1N1 Flumist plus the seasonal flu shot. ... (10 replies)
... I got my H1N1 yesterday ar my local county heath department. I had followed a federal link and it just happened that it was holding a clinic this week. ... (10 replies)
... I don't understand it either. In my state county health departments were given the vaccine to distribute in public clinics. ... (10 replies)
... It depends. The lupus clinic I go to has suggested that all patients receive the un-adjuvanted vaccine. If you are in Canada there are two types - ones with adjuvant and ones without for mainly pregnant women. My rheumatologist got some of the unadjuvanted ones for their patients. If you are in the US I think that all of them are unadjuvanted, and I am unsure about other... (3 replies)

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