A different spin on the Vaxing scenario..*small edit* at bottom*
I believe that it is your choice to vax your child, or not. I don't care either way.
However I do believe there is a link between Vaxing and special needs, here is the link I believe in:
Your child was BORN with special needs, the vaccine simply REACTS to the special need and "activates" the special needs symptoms/syndrome.
I have a friend that got her child vaccinated, she was "fine" a bit of a "difficult" child but always functioned as a "typical kid", until she got her kinder shots.
About 3 hours after her shots, she had her very first grand-mal seizure. After this seizure, she was violent, angry, more "routine oriented" than she had been prior to the shots.
She is now classified as "high functioning autistic"
Her anger and violent rages are under control and she is now in main stream 3rd grade.
My friend blames the vaccine for her daughters special needs.
I do not.
I believe her daughter was already special needs and the seizure would have happened eventually or had nothing to do with the shots at all, we'll never know, but my guess is the shots merely "activated" what was already there.
How do you feel about this theory??
I'm talking about ALL special needs,
ADHD, ODD, Ect ect ect.
Now, first I wasn't expecting this post to blow up so I'm sorry if I miss your reply or question
Second, I have been questioned about my opinion of diets effect on these things.
Here is my over All belief AND why I believe this.
EACH AND EVERY SINGLE special needs child was BORN with their need(s). It is simply a matter of lifestyle (or choices parents make for the infant) that cause for their need to be NOTICED/triggered/diagnosed
This means, diet, vaccines, soaps, lotions, OCT Medications whatever you choose to use or not use or whatever.
*this is said with a specific EXCEPTION to trauma victims, head spine car accident anything*
I believe this because:
There are just as many special needs children with Vegan, vegetarian, ethnic, cultural lifestyles.
SPECIAL NEEDS DO NOT DISCRIMINATE, therefore it does not make sense to me that one lifestyle choice over another is a sure way to avoid causing a special need to occur.
Also, because special needs do not discriminate, there is no way to prove ONE specific thing causes and is to blame for these special needs.
I hope that explains..