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Originally posted by Aeons
Originally posted by xtr3m3paranoia
reply to post by jonny2410
Sorry to jump on the band wagon but I saw a few pages back someone saying about pig flu being a bit of an over reaction because there arent infected people wondering around clogging up ER's? Where I live there are signs in all the GP surgeries and ER telling anyone with symptoms to stay home in quarantine and call their doctor. Unless your half dead and need emergency care no one is interested.
What would you like them to do? Where should those people be? What actions should be taken other than that?
Originally posted by double_frick
swine flu causes heart attack and nervous symptoms? (ats thread)
i just asked another member about this issue....
but now (after reading this thread) i'm even more concerned....
is there any word out there that the swine flu can cause unexplainable panic attacks or tachycardia?
i have been having these strange symptoms the last couple days...my boyfriend has too. when it happens it feels as if i am going to have a panic attack...my heart races...and i get really sick to my stomach. it lasts for a longer period of time than a panic attack but doesn't get any worse than a racing heart and near vomiting...
we've also been really sick to our stomachs...in the bathroom a lot, if you know what i mean. and just generally get waves of that "hit by a truck" feeling...
we both had a pretty serious flu 2-3 months ago...
2-4 weeks ago one of my boyfriends co workers was confirmed as having swine flu...
[edit on 23-5-2009 by double_frick]
Originally posted by irishchic
More good news from the WHO:
A genetic analysis of the new virus showed it must have been circulating undetected for some time, in pigs or perhaps in other animals.
"They confirmed it is a hybrid of two other mixtures -- one a so-called triple reassortant of pig, bird and human viruses, and another group of swine viruses from Europe and Asia."
All/any thoughts on this welcomed by me at least...it's gonna' get dicey.
[edit on 23-5-2009 by irishchic]
Originally posted by amatrine
I think almost everyone these days has an underlying condition!
Originally posted by justme1640
wow eco - I don't doubt what you just told us at all - but my reaction to it is YIKES
you all have to realize that I live within spitting distance of Plum Island - so I have a healthy doubt of government facilities and how secure they say they are - I could never get past the idea that birds flew back and forth and deer swam back and forth not to mention flies and mosquitoes etc. Can we say Lyme Disease which the majority of local people have or have had and have problems from ....