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... Make sure you get seen, this is a vaccine reaction, and should be reported to VAERS. I hope you are feeling better soon. ... (3 replies)
... I waited to have my daughter immunized with the MMR until she was 4. ... (3 replies)
... I had MMR 5 days ago and the day after which,I developed fever. Up to now, the 5th day, I am having febrile episodes. ... (3 replies)

... Make sure they report your side effects. You can always opt for vaccine exemptions, no one can make you get vaccines for school. ... (2 replies)
... ht. I probably would of not posted this if the extreme stiffness did not occur in my fingers, joints, and arms. Perhaps I am just allergic to the Meningococcal Vaccine considering it did not happen on my first MMR. ... (2 replies)
... My point is that I personally feel that the claims of MMR causing autism is very weak. ... (49 replies)
... Containing Vaccine and Autism. ... (49 replies)
... logist has no idea on how all the different diseases popped up in three children who have no family history. The only common factor that would explain this is a reaction that they all had to their childhood immunizations. ... (2 replies)
... Sounds like a textbook case of a vasovagal response... put plainly, you got a shot and you had a fainting response (whether you actually laid yourself out or not). It happens without warning, and can happen to anyone (even if it happens only once). (2 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....and if you're tense, you'll hurt a whole lot more. ... (5 replies)


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