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Side effects of vaccines

Aug 19th 2013 at 2:20 AM

Monitor the side effects of vaccines?

Yes. Even before the vaccine was introduced to the market carefully screens all reported adverse effects. All information instantly get the country of where the vaccine is used.
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We have to worry about side effects and can be prevented?
Vaccines can have side effects, like any other medicine, and read about them in the package insert.

They are usually mild, local to the injection site (e.g., injection site pain, redness) and general (fever). But usually spontaneously within a relatively short period of time disappear. Adverse effects can to some extent prevent such proper vaccination techniques.

Physician may anticipate a problem child vaccination recommended?
http://enfoquepolitico.com/the-english-girl-with-higher-iq-than-einstein-and-stephen-hawking-wants-to-be-a-banker/
Ideally, parents should go to vaccination with a healthy baby, not if it has a high fever. Light colds, fever, diarrhea without fever, mild symptoms of seasonal allergies, not an obstacle. The choice is always doctor.

"K content of aluminum in vaccines is also important to add that it actually there are no relevant scientific evidence which showed that aluminum in vaccines weaken the Th1 immune response. Similarly, there is evidence in the scientific community about how to cause asthma, allergies or autism.

“Mgr. Jacob Divorce, executive director of the Association of Innovative Pharmaceutical Industry
http://eurolyser.net/being-overweight-causes-complications-in-pregnant-women/
According to opponents of vaccination causes Aluminum injected into the muscle of allergies, asthma triggers an autoimmune disease and autism. What is the truth?


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