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What is going on?

Why are kids who get the chicken pox vaccine getting chicken pox, why are they getting all these other diseases that they were vaccinated for, and why are they having seizures after some of the vaccines? And the pharmaceutical companies say they are just harmless seizures. I just don't understand, I guess. What is going on?


Asked by Anonymous at 10:09 PM on May. 18, 2009 in Kids' Health

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Answers (7)
  • why did your question get deleted??? i just wrote a long response.. ill write it again....

    this is a money maker. i know not all people pay to get the shots and there are free clinics etc. but someone IS paying to make them and take them. its a money maker.

    as far as all the REALLY bad side effects... i dont chance it and i dont trust it. which is why i do not vaccinate my daughter i dont want to chance something bad happening to her. and if she does end up getting chicken pox or something else, we will cross that bridge when needed. but right now.. she is very healthy. just the way god intended it her to be.. vaccine free without all those nasty poisons and crap running thru her blood stream.

    Answer by MomNbabyGirl009 at 10:19 PM on May. 18, 2009

  • Chicken pox and some others are live vaccines so when you get the shot you may get a mild form of the disease. you dont get immunized to prevent the disease you get immunized to prevent a deadly case of the disease by controlled setting and dosing
    I have never seen in 10 years a peds RN or 4 as a mom a seizure that was actually caused by immunization... it ALWAYS came back later to be something else


    Answer by MELRN at 10:15 PM on May. 18, 2009

  • If you go to the Merck pharmaceutical company tells you right there that the vaccines can cause seizures, along with other terrible things. RIGHT FROM THE VERY PEOPLE WHO MAKE THIS DAMN POISON. You have to read the inserts to these vaccines, most parents don't even know all the dangers...So, go get the info from the very people who make this crap. Will you believe them? I am against all vaccines!.

    Febrile seizures, brain swelling, polio, liver damage, etc., anyone up for a shot?

    Answer by Its.Me.Again at 10:45 PM on May. 18, 2009

  • Febrile seizures if the childs temp spikes my dd had a Febrile seizure from a Rocephin shot that she didn't need and if the stupid dr gave her the right test he would have known and if he would have read her medical charts he would have known that since she was allergic to the cillins she couldn't have that shot

    Answer by aubrees_mommie at 11:58 PM on May. 18, 2009

  • Chicken pox has not gone away because not everyone has been vaccinated for it. ANd gone away is not true. The CDC and other health specialists will never use the term "gone away." They are still there, just not affecting us (like polo, whooping cough.....) b/c we get vaccinated. Once 20% of the population discontinues vaccinating then those pesky illnesses come back. Chicken pox is still a new vaccine and many parents opt out due to reasoning that it is not that dangerous. An unvaccinated four month old died in Texas from Whooping cough. That child was exposed to unvaccinated children - and that's what happens. The potential is there. So if you decide to not vaccinate, be kind to other children who are young or medically frail. Don't go around them. You could be endangering their lives. We are seeing more and more cases because more and more parents are choosing not to vacinate. It really is that simple.

    Answer by Anonymous at 6:42 AM on May. 19, 2009

  • If you decide to vaccinate (as we did) you can retain control. We did a delayed schedule. First vax at one, one vaccine per office visit, single dose preservative free vaccines, read the insert before allowing the shot to be given.

    Answer by rkoloms at 8:19 AM on May. 19, 2009

  • Did you know that if you have the chicken pox you CAN get it AGAIN?

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:48 AM on May. 19, 2009