The following H1N1 swine flu vaccine miscarriage horror stories are from a June 2010 birth club.....
EBWashington: I am so upset. I was so excited to be pregnant after trying for a year. As soon as I found out I was pregnant, I joined this birth club and I was due June 25th. We have two healthy boys with no history of miscarriage. Everything was going great. Last Monday, I got the H1N1 vaccine thimerosal reduced (mercury reduced for pregnant women). On Tuesday morning, I started cramping and on Wednesday I started bleeding heavily. My hcg was 50 on Wednesday and I was almost 6 weeks along so it was low. They still thought that I might be pregnant but on Friday my hcg was down to 22. I am an emotional wreck. I feel like I had a healthy baby and I caused this by getting the H1N1 vaccine. My doctors pushed it. I researched online and there have been many miscarriages after the H1N1 vaccine but they haven't been reported since it is hard to say what caused the miscarriages. I hope that I did not cause this. I wish everyone the best.
Tayla08 I don't have an answer for you, but a friend of a friend just had a miscarriage 2-3 days after getting the shot. She was 7weeks. She had no previous history of m/c... No one can answer if they're related...it hasn't been out long enough and there haven't been any studies done on pregnant women. I will tell you, that it has made up my mind on getting it...I won't and I'm not going to get it for my DD either. My daughter and I both had H1N1 last week, and although it truly sucks...I think I'll take my chances. One doctor will tell you to get it and the next will tell you not too...you have to do what's in your heart.
Originally posted by YouAreDreaming
The crime is unquestionably horrific. I pray Baxter and all those involved in this crime will answer for it one day.
Originally posted by Lasheic
Considering that there are at least 80,000 (and that's very conservative) miscarriages per month on average in the US. 2,600/day. There are 16 stories on that page, I don't see how correlation implies causation here.
Between 15~25% of all pregnancies result in miscarriage, mostly by the 6th week. By the 8th ~ 10th week, miscarriage only accounts for about 2%. Risk of miscarriage drops further from that point on, but they can occur at any stage of pregnancy.