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  • mrsippi05 mrsippi05 Aug 8, 2009 11:03 AM Flag

    Current Healthcare System Death Care For Children

    regard - The United States ranks 67th in immunizations, right behind Botswana.

    respond - How come almost all the world leaders come to the United States to get treated for thier life-threatening diseases?

    Concerning "imunizations", I wouldn't get immunized either. The shit they put in those shots imo causes autism plus other life threatening illnesses. It's very uplifting to learn that we're 67th in the world for getting immunized. That's a positive.

    "As a society we need to know how many people who get vaccinated are getting sick after vaccination and how many go on to die or are permanently injured. In addition, information provided to VAERS may also help identify common factors, which affect certain individuals who have adverse responses to vaccination. More information can lead to safer vaccines, safer vaccine policies and medical research to develop screening techniques to help reduce vaccine reactions.

    You should make a vaccine adverse event report to VAERS if you or your child has regressed physically, mentally or emotionally after vaccination or has experienced acute symptoms within hours, days or weeks of vaccination. Some of these symptoms include:

    Pronounced swelling, redness, heat or hardness at the site of the injection;
    Body rash or hives;
    High pitched screaming or persistent crying for hours;
    Extreme sleepiness or long periods of unresponsiveness;
    High fever (over 103 F)
    Twitching or jerking of the body, arm, leg or head;
    Crossing of eyes;
    Weakness or paralysis of any part of the body;
    Loss of eye contact or awareness or social withdrawal;
    Loss of ability to roll over, sit up or stand up;
    Vision or hearing loss;
    Restlessness, hyperactivity or inability to concentrate;
    Sleep disturbances that change wake/sleep pattern;
    Head banging or onset of repetitive movements (flapping, rubbing, rocking, spinning);
    Joint pain;
    Muscle weakness;
    Disabling fatigue;
    Loss of memory;
    Onset of chronic ear or respiratory infections;
    Violent or persistent diarrhea or chronic constipation;
    Breathing problems (asthma);
    Excessive bleeding (thrombocytopenia) or anemia."

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