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I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?

 
Ilikecandy

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06/24/2011 01:15 PM
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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
To be honest it keeps me awake at night sometimes, putting my conspiracy theory shit to the test with my little ones health.
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06/24/2011 01:18 PM
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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
Sorry, but no.

The vac for rotavirus saves lives. That one can make a kid sick very quickly and is very common.
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My son had rotavirus (this was before the vaccine) at about 4 months and he got sick as shit and we had to go the hospital.

It is most definitely life threatening, mainly due to the unbelievable amount of vomiting it causes.
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06/24/2011 01:37 PM
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Good advice, anyone stupid enough to believe the anti-vaccine shit has defective genes and we should let nature kill them.

I only wish more of you fucktards didn't get vaccinated.
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06/24/2011 01:41 PM
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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
Parent of a brain damaged child from vaccine here. Get informed and learn, then make your decision. Do not turn to the medical society for info. It will be bias.
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I've seen your posts before and I can assure you that your child's brain damage is genetic in origin.
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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
I think given what I have heard that it makes sense to wait to get it, if at all.
 Quoting: Gradient


My son had Rotavirus as a baby & spent about 4 days in hospital with an IV drip antibiotic, but I don't think it's life threatening is it? I never got that impression from the doctor. I honestly didn't even know there was a vaccine for it.
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they didnt mention it because he contracted it from the vax
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He never had the vax, as I stated I didn't even know there was 1 & this was 18yrs ago
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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
everyone should be taking magnesium citrate for immune system health....
Gradient  (OP)

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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
My problem isn't the vaccines or vaccinations in general. My problem is that they are rushed through with no testing like was done in the 50s and 60s.

If you think that the drug companies are checking everything through and through because your best interest is at heart, you are fooling yourself.

Vaccine testing is based on error margin and percentage of population. "Needs of the many" mentality. Problem with that is that if you are one of the "few", or your child is..your screwed.


What if she had been 'doing her duty' as a parent and got it last year when it was contaminated with another virus? This is common knowledge.

And all you get is an "oops, sorry" from the FDA.

Last Edited by Gradient on 06/24/2011 02:45 PM
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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
Yes, avoid it! I know that it has caused autistic symptoms.
oniongrass

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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
... if you know a doctor that actually understands what is in them, you can get them to put it in their records without poisoning the kids. ...
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy

Wow, I've never heard of that. If discovered I'm sure he could lose his license for it, and vaccines (some at least) leave traces that are detectable by blood tests.

That said, if I knew how to get that done, it could be useful for things like overseas travel.
oniongrass

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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
I don't think believing in science and having a basic understanding of risk and the benefits of modern medicine means I need to "grow up" or get off any bandwagon.
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 Quoting: monkeydog


Conceptual problem here. Science is that which we think is true because of facts and logic, not belief or popular opinion.

Not everyone is a scientist, or has the time or ability to understand the evidence. But there are those commenting in this thread who do, and some including me reach the opposite opinion from yours.
monkeydog

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06/24/2011 07:50 PM
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Re: I talked my cousin into putting off the Rotavirus oral vaccine for her kid. Right choice?
You are splitting hairs. Obviously science is a method of testing and evaluating questions, unlike religion or other belief systems

If you understand science, you would understand that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks. If you don't, it is because you simply don't understand how to evaluate the evidence.

Nice try though.

I don't think believing in science and having a basic understanding of risk and the benefits of modern medicine means I need to "grow up" or get off any bandwagon.
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 Quoting: monkeydog


Conceptual problem here. Science is that which we think is true because of facts and logic, not belief or popular opinion.

Not everyone is a scientist, or has the time or ability to understand the evidence. But there are those commenting in this thread who do, and some including me reach the opposite opinion from yours.
 Quoting: oniongrass


Last Edited by monkeydog on 06/24/2011 07:59 PM