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... exacerbation of asthma from the DpT, Crohn's disease, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, myasthenia gravis, and others. I URGE you to consult with an attorney or MD, as you are higher risk than most for complications. ... (6 replies)
... I take a lot of medications for different health problems. I need to receive some vaccinations such as tetanus, polio, diphteria, varicella, and hepatitis B. ... (6 replies)
... percent of children are now being classified as learning disabled. In the book, he relates this to vaccines. ... (10 replies)

... If not, then she should have done, as this significantly reduces the liklihood of bruising occuring after bloods being taken. ... (1 replies)
... he child would constantly disobey his mom and say 'No' all the time and would spit at people who tried to discipline him. He was not sleeping either and sounded as if he was a little out of control. ... (10 replies)
... be surprised to find that our pets are suffering the same "mysterious" problems as our children after a routine round of vaccines. Imagine that. ... (5 replies)
... indications such as flu, cold or skin problems. ... (23 replies)
... 80sfan, i live in the UK i spell immunisation with an s.*sigh* You still have not provided an argument or evidence to support your position. If you have any problems with my gramma, plaease start another thread and answer the pertinent question on this one. ] (23 replies)
... Pester john, as the 80sfan said, we cannot post links but if you check out a video of Dan Burton on C-span you will learn alot. The thimerosal and autism link is not a myth, it's very real and autism is an epidemic. The rate of autism has grown alot since the introduction of the hep-b shot given at birth since a newborn has an open blood brain barrier the thimerosal goes... (23 replies)
Aug 10, 2003
... Hi :) I mostly lurk around the forums, but I have come across this board, and have a few questions. I was vaccinated all my life. I'm 18 years old now, and going into college to become a nurse's aide. Because I'm going to do this, I must get all my vaccines updated. How nessescary is this? They did a tetnus shot already, but I might need to have the chicken pox vaccine... (2 replies)
... I never even thought twice about signing those papers with my first child. I even excused what happened to my cousin as being a freak of nature or thought that perhaps we were all missing something. BUT when my daughter had seizures following her shots, it changed my mind. ... (23 replies)
... I have never heard of this but I would get her to a doc or the ER very soon, she most likely has an infection as you stated and it could get more serious especially since the fever won't stop and she really isn't getting any better. ... (3 replies)
... has anyone ever heard of this as a side effect for this vaccine? ... (3 replies)
... It should just be as an injection like any other, but why do you want it? ... (8 replies)
... lu shot with thimerosal when she was 11 weeks pregnant. She is sure that her little girl who is nearly 3 now had seizures before she was born. She was diagnosed as epileptic at 2 months, but is very developmentally delayed and they are now testing her for Retts Syndrome. ... (1 replies)
... The immunity from actually contracting chicken pox as a young child is lifelong and doesn't require boosters. ... (3 replies)
... active, and had many repetitive behavires. The doctors diagnosed him as having autism, but after many more test, we found out he has mercury poison from the vaccines. ... (1 replies)
... as for the booster, i got that way before i was ten years old, but i think there's a couple of booster shots to take.. i do remember that i had most of my vaccinations done before i turned 10.. i think i got them all done by the time i was 6.. it's really important that you hae them vaccinated early that way you don't worry about it later .. (3 replies)
Hepatitis A, B, C
Oct 12, 2001
... Also as an adult what kind of shots are still necessary? ... (0 replies)
... Bethani, this is what I can find out about rubella. Mild side feect such as fever, sore throat, lymphadenopathy, rash, arthralgia, arthritis may occur after vaccination; thrombocytopenia has occasionally been reported and very rarely neurological symptoms. So there's no know causal relationship between chronic fatigue and rubella vacination. I would strongly urge any... (1 replies)

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