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... I would never try to convince anyone the flu shot is necessary OR okay. I don't believe in their effectiveness or safety. I do believe the toxic ingredients are harmful, Thimerosal is just one. How old are you? Why would you have to convince your family (or anyone) as to whether or not you need it. It is none of their business. Tell them so. (12 replies)
Split up MMR?
Oct 20, 2007
... I wouldn't do any vaccinations if you think there is a chance that your son might be in the spectrum!! Better to skip the shots (he's exposed to just as many people in day-to-day life as he will be at Disneyland and vaccinations are not 100% effective), and find a specialist in autism disorders and see that doctor before you do anything else. Sterility from mumps is... (5 replies)
Sick over vaccines
Oct 13, 2007
... s and and serious monitoring. We spent 10 days in intensive care trying to control it. It was awful. My fear is the shots will somehow upset his heart condition as well as have all the other adverse affects BECAUSE of the heart condition, you know? ... (5 replies)

... I would rather NOT get a flu shot, as I am not in a risk category, but I want to make my family happy, and I cannot bear for them to worry about me. ... (12 replies)
Tetanus
Oct 3, 2007
... boosters such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Polio, Measles, Meningitis or Flu and the HPV shot for females. ... (2 replies)
... it's Day 5...the swelling seems to be going down a bit and it doesn't hurt as badly...still itches...and now I feel sick. ... (0 replies)
Split up MMR?
Sep 22, 2007
... Most doctors just stock the combination (Measles,Mumps,Rubella) MMR vaccine but separate vaccines are available, thus the need to request it in advance so they can be ordered. The MMR vaccine has no thimerosal in it, as it is a *live virus* vaccine, but it can have side effects. Usually the side effects are mild and consist of a rash that goes away within a few days. If it... (5 replies)
... disease or has already had the vaccine once already. The CDC reccomends two varicella vaccinations for adults not already vaccinated or never having chicken pox as a child. ... (1 replies)
... chickenpox in the past as a child or either the vaccination. ... (1 replies)
... I know that they have a test where they can check your blood for the antibodies. You should ask your GP. (2 replies)
... You are so right Misty. The new Tdap booster, licensed in 2005, is reccomended for adolescents 11 through 18 years as a one time booster instead of the regular Td booster normally given. A 2 year interval is reccomended since the last DTap or Td vaccination. ... (1 replies)
... I learned the hard way that having had whooping cough as a child or having vaccination does not provide a lifetime immunity. ... (1 replies)
Gardisil
Apr 20, 2007
... Kirsten, check with your local health dept as most vaccinations are free through age 18 and if there is a charge, it will most likely be much less expensive than at a physicians office. ... (6 replies)
Gardisil
Apr 18, 2007
... hot!! and i think there are 3 shots! my insurance only covers it up to age 11 and i'm 18 so am i a screwed out of this vaccination or are there places that arent as expensive? ... (6 replies)
BCG scar
Apr 6, 2007
... A BCG vaccination scar, the result of being vaccinated for TB with the live virus BCG vaccine, is a permanent scar such as and simular to the scar resulting from being vaccinated for smallpox. ... (8 replies)
... We had multiple tests performed all of which showed him to be perfectly healthy and the doctors could not offer us any explanation as to why he had just suffered a seizure. ... (4 replies)
... The Hepatitis B vaccine is widely used now and most people have no problems with it. The fact sheet that comes with the vaccine states that mild problems resulting from the vaccination are: soreness at the injection site lasting a day or two and mild or moderate fever. Severe problems would be a serious allergic reaction (most likely to one of the components in the vaccine).... (4 replies)
... from then on. For some reason, the tetanus shot does leave your arm sore more so than other vaccinations such as Hep A,B,flu or polio. I understand the new HPV vaccine will also leave you with a sore arm and in some cases, a slight fever.... ... (5 replies)
... that the results of a recent comprehensive study indicate the autism problem may be a great as 1 child in 150. These numbers demand that we consider every possibility in looking for causative factors. ... (4 replies)
... At my last physical, I asked my doctor about the chicken pox vaccination since I coudnt remember having them as a child. I went ahead and got the vaccination and got the second dose a month later with no problem whatsoever. ... (5 replies)




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