posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 01:03 PM
I have had first hand experience with a child that had reactions to immunizations.
She reacted to the first set of baby shots with fussyness, fever and slight tremors...informed her ped of this and got, "you are an over reactive
mom, she's just fine. Give her some Tylonol and see you next time" And like an idiot, I listened and got her second set of shots, there were to be
three in all.
We weren't home more than an hour and she started with a high pitched wail and then NOTHING. Imagine a 2month old baby, turning blue, and shaking
uncontrollably on her back in her crib. I picked her up and called my neighbor who was a paramedic. By the time the neighbor arrived, less than 3
min. (and at this time I lived 30 miles from the nearest 911 access) my daughter was coming out of the seizure (it was a grand mal)and acting like a
normal child, although she was was a bit groggy.
While we waited for the Sheriff's ambulance to get there the neighbor witnesses another seizure, more mild. No more seizures between the house and
the hospital. She waited for another 45 minutes under observation, and still no seizures. The doctor accused me of having Münchhausen's because I
was livid and making a scene due to my daughters condition, when all of a sudden she was hit by another grand mal.
Bottom line, she was fine before she was being immunized, a normal healthy 9lb 11oz baby(yep, she was a big one) but after the immunizations, she had
seizures, which btw never happened again once I decided not to get her MMR, DPT, Mumps again. She did have a brush when she was older with the HepB
vaccine because it was required in public school, got 2 of those shots too and got very ill as well. Never again, and she's been fine...even had
the Chicken Pox, bad case, did well recovering on her own and was home schooled.
Long term problems are however notable. She has Asburgers, a type of high Autism, she was diagnosed with ADD, and she began her menses at the age
of 10...no genetic backround from me or her father should support any of these outcomes.
My opinion is there are NO OPTIONS to weigh, and no fence to sit on. It's a matter of personal choice, and if the so called "vaccines" are such a
good idea, then those that choose to use them on their kids don't need to worry about those of us that have chosen not vaccinate, because their kids
are being taken care of by those "wonderful big brother Judas goats" that they so blindly follow.