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antiphospholipid syndrome

Started by ronr, April 25, 2019, 08:08:36 AM

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ronr

Bet you never heard of that one, I know I hadn't.  A doctor I know who is anti-vaccine because of a reaction she had that gave her partial paralysis posts stuff constantly on FB and this is one of her latest.

I certainly don't want to start any controversy on the benefits vs cons of vaccines but some of what she says makes sense.  Could it be that we are having a reaction to some of the stuff we were injected with as kids to help us.

This is one on the Tetanus Vaccine:

http://healthimpactnews.com/2013/tetanus-vaccine-causes-a-new-disease-known-as-antiphospholipid-syndrome/?fbclid=IwAR1DYEQSKSL5b4-Jeka63a4kFWaQzJ5nWXZ5c0HIvztJWE2YebbZRjaOKJQ



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tojo

That is sure a new one to me Mr. ronr. I don't know anything about the past shots we all were forced to take, especially those of us who served. But I do know several families that have done the no way you are going to vaccinate my kids thing. The kids have been sick a few times but then kids get sick it's normal. The bonus that they think they are attaining by not getting their kids shot up is that the bodies natural defense system is allowed to develop and do its job.

Kinda makes a little sense to me but then again my child days are gone and I don't have to worry about it anymore and I am actually thankful about that. I was going through a phase not too long ago where I wanted to have a couple more children. I am glad that I did not especially in light of these kinds of potential problems. Sounds a lot like what? Fibro symptoms to me go figure. Not all of em but a good portion of the things we have in common.
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Barberian

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This may be a harsh opinion. I'm not trying to be a d***, but I would be willing to be one of the few if it saved the many. I've had many "questionable" shots while in the military. Fibromyalgia is an "Assumed service-connected disease" why?

The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.

Yes, some people may have adverse effects from getting shots, but we gamble every time we put something into our bodies, from food to liquids. Just look at all the illnesses from eating lettuce in the last few years. That is just a small count of all the recalls in the last few years. If we didn't immunize we could end up losing millions to various illnesses every year. Some of these illnesses are worse or have worse lasting conditions than a bad reaction to a medication.

There is what is considered a "Herd Immunity". It is where a certain percentage of people are immune to an illness that it can't spread. We are falling below that level in many places. Even people who have been immunized can become ill if exposed to a disease enough times.

My 2 copper.


foxgrove

#3
Yup... anything under 90% 93-95% of the folks get vaccinated and the entire herd protection theory goes right out the window.  Suddenly you have hot spots jumping up all over the place... just like it's happening now.  Hopefully, things will settle down soon.  I don't like the idea of little kids getting sick and dying from preventable stuff.  Of course, little kids have been dying from preventable stuff all over the world for centuries and only in the last 100 years or so have we come up with anything that will prevent that. Maybe we should call it a developing science/art rather than promising safety.
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Foxgrove

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I'm not into politics so will leave out any comments about Mr. T.

Read the whole article.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48071313


foxgrove

Good article.  Hadn't known that Canada had slid so far down the vaccininated list as that!!  89%!!!! Scary stuff!!!  :insane:
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tojo

I wasn't making a stand one way or the other. I just said it makes a little sense to me. Emphasis on LITTLE. It sounds like it makes sense, ya know natural immunity, etc. The whole natural kick we've been on for decades. If the body was better at fighting this crap then it would be better but I had my kids vaccinated and would do it again if I had any. It's sorta like me getting the flu shot every year. I had the flu really bad one time a few years back. Well... now that I think about it I have had it really bad twice since I lost my house and had to move onto Orange St. One time it took a little over three months for me to get well, and that was with help on hand. The second time is what got my brother and me back together. There was no one around and the bathroom was a long trip. Wallyworld for Nyquil, etc is never going to happen. After these experiences, I think that the chance of getting a problem from the shot is worth the possibility that I won't have to go through that kind of crap ever again.

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