Vaccines & Autism: The secret you're not supposed to know

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Vaccines & Autism: The secret you're not supposed to know

Postby TTLauPeh » Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:06 pm


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Re: Vaccines & Autism: The secret you're not supposed to kno

Postby mother777 » Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:57 pm

wow..don't know how true this is..
but it has got me spooked me now.. my 18 months DS has been going for injection nearly each month..
either polio, MMR, pneumonococal and boosters etc..
wonder if it will affect our kids :(

as a parent what we supposed to do?
one one side we are being warned not to delay the injections, otherwise our kids will get sick.

on the other side, news like this pops up.. :(

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Re: Vaccines & Autism: The secret you're not supposed to kno

Postby cherrygal » Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:24 pm

We got no choice ba... all childcare centres and primary schools want the vaccination cert. This news has been going round but so far no real evidence. All the pediatricians told us not to believe this.

Well, I just tried to delay the MMR for as long as I could...

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Re: Vaccines & Autism: The secret you're not supposed to kno

Postby autumnbronze » Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:44 pm

Actually there are PDs here who do advocate delay in administering vaccines.

DS1 was given BCG 4 days after birth. I remember the nurses were hovering and asking when when when, the 5 in 1 very much later, around six months, measles when he was 2 yrs, pneumoccocal at 3 and a half.

It was a personal choice, coupled by the fact that our PD is pro-delay.

My 2 cents :smile:

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Re: Vaccines & Autism: The secret you're not supposed to kno

Postby cnimed » Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:44 am

It is so controversial and I don't deny that vaccines have saved many children from devastating diseases. But my child became very lethargic in the days that followed after one of the shots, to the point where he only sat glumly and stared in the air the whole day. We discontinued the process immediately even though his then-pd thinks it's just coincidence. He was then 7 or 8 months old. Over the next few years, he turned out to have multiple food and environmental allergies. He is now under the care of another allergist and will be doing selective shots in a hospital setting at her discretion when he is older. She does not think he's ready for the rest yet as we have other allergy issues to sort out.

His kindergarten is very understanding when we explain the situation. I have been worried about primary school, but there is no way I will take this particular child to just any clinic for the immunization just so that he can go to school. For the record, my elder child was fully vaccinated as he had no unusual reaction at any point. I did delay some of his shots.
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Re: Vaccines & Autism: The secret you're not supposed to kno

Postby Herbie » Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:08 am

For my gal, her last vaccine was done just
before she enter p1.

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