Vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children.
Until now, there has not been one single published study that compared them to see who is healthier (or sicker) years after the shots. This first-of-its-kind study of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated American homeschooled children shows who is really ailing. It is known as the Mawson study.
Read it if you want and choose what you believe is the best option for your child.
America’s children are sick. Really sick.
According to ScienceDirect, an estimated 43% of US children (32 million) currently have at least 1 of 20 chronic health conditions, not including obesity.
We’re seeing once-rare pediatric disorders from Tourette’s syndrome and type 1 Diabetes to autism and ADD soaring, though there’s little pooling of data. It seems to me if people really wanted hard science, this would have been done!
Compared to their parents, young children today are four times more likely to have a chronic illness.
According to CCHR International, a mental-health watchdog, today’s generation of kids is a pharmaceutical company’s dream:
- More than one million American children under five years old takes a psychiatric drug.
- More than 8.3 million kids under 17 have consumed psychiatric drugs,
- and the CDC says “in any given month one in four is taking at least one prescription drug” for something.
We’re assured vaccines are “safe and effective” even though public health officials acknowledge they sometimes have serious side-effects including death and despite the troubling fact that no long-term study of their effects on overall health has ever been conducted. In medicine, this used to be unthinkable!
And so the numbers keep climbing: 50 doses of 14 vaccines by age six, 69 doses of 16 pharmaceutical vaccines containing powerfully immune-altering ingredients by age 18.
Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated
This month, a pilot study appeared in the Journal of Translational Sciences.
Nearly 700 homeschooled six to 12-year-olds from four states, compared 261 unvaccinated children with 405 partially or fully vaccinated children, and assessed their overall health based on their mothers’ reports of vaccinations and physician-diagnosed illnesses.
What it found about increases in immune-mediated diseases like allergies and neurodevelopmental diseases including autism, should make all parents think twice:
- Vaccinated children were more than three times as likely to be diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum than unvaccinated children (source)
- Vaccinated children were 30-fold more likely to be diagnosed with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) than non-vaccinated children
- Vaccinated children were 22-fold more likely to require an allergy medication
- Vaccinated children had more than quadruple the risk of being diagnosed with a learning disability than unvaccinated children
- Vaccinated children were 300 percent more likely to be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder than unvaccinated children
- Vaccinated children were 340 percent more likely to have been diagnosed with pneumonia than unvaccinated children
- Vaccinated children were 300 percent more likely to be diagnosed with an ear infection than unvaccinated children
- Vaccinated children were 700 percent more likely to have surgery to insert ear drainage tubes than unvaccinated children
- Vaccinated children were 2.5-fold more likely to be diagnosed with any chronic illness than unvaccinated children
Homeschooler vs. Homeschooler
The trouble with doing a vaccinated vs. unvaccinated study 60 years or so after it should have been done is that virtually all American children are vaccinated today. When 95 percent of children get injections, there are few ‘controls’ left for studying long-term outcomes.
Comparing American children at large to small pockets of unvaccinated children like those in the Amish community is revealing, but critics say they are comparing apples to oranges. There are too many other variables — diet, fresh air, computer time, for example – that might explain differences in health besides vaccination status.
So, Anthony Mawson, a professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the School of Public Health, Jackson State University, along with colleagues Azad Bhuiyan and Binu Jacob, collaborated with Brian D. Ray, president of the National Home Education Research Institute, to engage and enroll homeschooling families through an anonymous online survey to participate in the study.
In this way, homeschoolers were compared to homeschoolers (apples to apples), but with the added advantage that homeschoolers as a population match the profiles of American families at large.
The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute distilled the research findings. “Both vaccinated and unvaccinated children in the study got sick sometimes. As expected, vaccinated children were less likely to have some infections they were vaccinated against: they were 71% less likely to have had chickenpox (Odds Ratio = 0.26), 75% less likely to have had whooping cough (pertussis) (OR = 0.3), and 87% less likely to have had a rubella infection (OR = 0.1) (see Table 2) -.” (source)
However, in spite of public health hysteria over outbreaks of measles at Disneyland and mumps resurgence, there was no evidence that vaccinated children were any more protected against these so-called “vaccine-preventable diseases”. Children in both groups had about the same rates of infection with measles, mumps, Hepatitis A and B, influenza, rotavirus and meningitis (both viral and bacterial). (see ‘Acute Illness’ below Table 1).”
Unvaccinated children in the study were actually better protected against some “vaccine-preventable diseases” than children who got the shots. Since 2000, the CDC has recommended four shots against seven different strains of pneumococcal infections before age 15 months (13 strains since 2010), but vaccinated children in the study were 340 percent more likely to have been diagnosed with pneumonia compared to unvaccinated children (OR = 4.4).
- In the 80s, autism occurred one in 10,000 children; by the early 1990s, one in 2,500.
- Five years ago, one in 88 children were diagnosed.
- And today it is one in 68.
In the homeschooler study, the risk of being diagnosed on the spectrum was more than four-fold higher among vaccinated children (OR 4.3).
The CDC still quotes a 2004 Pediatrics study claiming to debunk a link between autism and vaccines even though one of its authors, their own top scientist William Thompson, admitted that he and colleagues colluded to obscure and then shred data (he kept copies) showing a link between autism and the MMR vaccine. Thompson confessed in one taped telephone chat to Brian Hooker, a bioengineer professor at Simpson University and the father of an autistic child.
The Thompson whistleblower case is the basis of the 2016 documentary Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe by Andrew Wakefield, the gastroenterologist who was among the first to suggest a link the MMR vaccine and autism in the late ‘90s, and who has become a symbol of how the system deals with dissenters. It’s the film the CDC does not want anyone to see.
Brain and nervous system damage from vaccines is nothing new. Crippling Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, for example, (which causes MRI-visible white spots on the brain), is a documented side effect for virtually every vaccine. Narcolepsy and Guillain Barré Syndrome are other examples.
Mercury, aluminum and what else?
Vaccine ingredients are known to cause brain damage. Robert Kennedy, Jr. has been highlighting the dangers of mercury as thimerosal used as a preservative in vaccines and its relationship to autism.
Aluminium is another powerful, well-documented neurotoxin added to vaccines as an adjuvant to evoke an immune system response. Recent research has thrown everything scientists used to say about it (and the CDC still does) in the bin: aluminum has a half life of a week, and is not excreted from the body within hours or days, persisting for years and migrating to organs including lymph, spleen and brain. Aluminum in vaccines has been implicated in studies on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Macrophagic Myofasciitis in numerous autoimmune diseases, Alzheimer’s disease, in sudden deaths following vaccination and in autism.
The FDA does not deny its toxicity – just that there is not enough aluminum toxin in vaccines to cause harm. But it calculates risk based on oral exposure. Even so it describes memory impairment in lab mice and “very young animals [which] appeared weaker and less active [and] less coordinated when their mothers were exposed to aluminum during pregnancy and while nursing.”
Injected vs Ingested
Injected exposure can hardly be safer. “It should be obvious that the route of exposure which bypasses the protective barriers of the gastrointestinal tract and/or the skin will likely require a much lower dose to produce a toxic outcome,” says a 2014 review implicating aluminium in the autism epidemic.
Besides toxic metals like aluminum and mercury, vaccines may contain contaminants from DNA from human aborted fetus cells, animal DNA and retroviruses and a host of debris and metal contaminants that are not measured by oversight agencies and whose health effects have never been studied.
Messed up microbiomes
As a possible mechanism for vaccine-induced ear infection, study authors Mawson and colleagues cite a 2006 study that looked at the types of bacteria in the nasal passages of children immunized with pneumococcal vaccine vs. “historical control” – kids from the prePCV-7 era – and found an increased colonization of a bacteria called M. catarrhalis in the vaccinated group. M. catarrhalis, it turns out, is associated with an increased risk of ear infection.
No surprise then that vaccinated children in the study were over two-fold more likely to have taken antibiotics (OR 2.7). They were also hospitalized more often (OR 1.8).
Wheezy and itchy
Allergic rhinitis (hay fever) is another one of those current inexplicably soaring pediatric plagues; in 2012, it affected 6.6 million children. It is strongly associated with another spiking childhood disorder, asthma. More than three million American kids have a food allergy and one in four children have eczema. Worldwide, allergies have been increasing and they now affect almost half of all American school kids.
All this allergic disease was leading to more medication. The vaccinated children in the study were 22-fold more likely to have taken allergy medicine than the unvaccinated.
“Other than vaccination itself, there was no explanation for the differences in health outcomes observed between the vaccinated and unvaccinated groups of children,” the study’s authors concluded. Although the design of the study limits causal interpretation, they added, there is an apparent dose-response relationship between vaccination and chronic illness, with the partially vaccinated showing intermediate odds of being diagnosed with chickenpox and whooping cough as well as ear infection, pneumonia, allergic rhinitis, ADHD, eczema, and learning disability (see Table 4).
For more than a century it has been accepted public health dogma that vaccine benefits outweigh risks. What’s more, with the introduction of five new vaccines since 1995 bringing the total inoculations to 35 by kindergarten age, studies of the combined effect of vaccines have never been done. The reality is: real vaccine benefits are theoretical and real vaccine risks are unknown.
The emerging vaccine “war” is really growing numbers of “hesitant” parents (and health practitioners) questioning the CDC vaccine schedule for good reasons: Why are doctors who profit from vaccines the spokesmen for public health? Can government health agencies really be trusted to protect our children when they are so wedded to the pharmaceutical industry? Why are toxins in vaccines? Does my kid really need this vaccine or is somebody selling it, like Coca Cola and video games? Why is it acceptable to knowingly sacrifice some children for the greater good? Is that greater good real or is it a mirage?
That vaccines may sometimes curb natural infections like chickenpox sometimes appears to be the case. But if they are such a miracle, then why are American kids so sick?
This pilot study shows us that if mainstream medicine and our public health agencies are really interested in children’s health, not just vaccine profits or defending vaccine religion against blasphemy, what is needed is not the will to make everyone believe, but the courage to find out.
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Hi! I have a question. What would you recommend to homeschoolers living in MN with the current measles outbreak? There are 48-50 confirmed cases and most of them are unvaccinated because their parents/community believe that the MMR vaccine is linked to/causes Autism. Since Measles is transferred via respiratory, there isn’t really a way an unvaccinated homeschooler in MN can avoid it now. People are deathly afraid for their babies (who can’t have the vaccine). Thanks!
I was just reading about it, but need to keep in mind that: 1.) Longtime MMR vaccine advocate Dr. Gregory Poland now says the measles-containing MMR shot often fails to protect against measles and that recently reported measles outbreaks in highly vaccinated societies occurs primarily among those previously vaccinated. 2.) The MMR vaccine is unlikely to eradicate measles globally because even after two doses, nearly 10 percent of children do not have vaccine strain measles antibodies. (Source): http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/06/17/measles-vaccine-failure.aspx )
As to what to do for someone/anyone (whether they home=educate or not) with a case of measles, this is good information for those who prefer not to take the vaccine: http://articles.mercola.com/measles/treatment.aspx Vitamin A is very helpful as there is a direct link between measles and vitamin A deficiency.
Hi -I would be concerned too! Quarantine is highly impractical but also highly effective. I would cancel any activities outside the home until this outbreak has run it’s course. Let your children get plenty of fresh air in your yard or on hikes in the country. If/when the parents need to run errands they should change clothes upon their arrival at home and scrub well before interacting with the children. The more people that will quarantine, their faster this outbreak will be put to a stop!
Yes, that is really great advice! Thanks, EM!
I am now 82 and born in UK.
NEVER and I repeat NEVER did we hear of a child hospitalised from measles.
Both mine had it, as we all did as kids, two or three days feeling grissly and unwell then getting back to normal. Now we had immunity for life.
Vaccine for measles means you can get measles again and again have known kids boasting they have had it three times now.
Give your Immune System a chance that is what it is there for.
High temperature look up how to give cooling blanket baths or rub downs NOT meds, which are the cause of diseases then running rampant in the body.
Plenty fluids (NOT fizzy drinks) DO YOUR HOMEWORK!
Pam, you are confirming my experience – I am almost 71, and we all got measles with a couple rough days but no hospitalizations or deaths.
Thank you for speaking out!
Blessings to you in the UK.
I am so glad I found this page and took the time to read the about you section! My mother is an L&D RN of 30 years and we have spent months without speaking because of this debate on vaccines. I decided I didn’t want my daughter fully vaccinated on schedule. I want to share this article with her but do you have any advice how to show her my line of thinking? It always ends with her saying she will pray my child doesn’t die from my negligence. Ouch. :/ We used to be so close I hate that this has driven the wedge between us. I loved reading the article btw it is AMAZING.
Coorelation does not equal causation. Does this also take into account their diets? Mothers that don’t vax also often times focus on wholistic living and natural diets. Is that considered? Maybe it could be the fact that a child has the same amount of sugar their grandparents had (their whole adolescent life) by the time they’re 4. There are tons of different things that are different now.
It’s taken me some time to get around to responding to you. One thing that needs to be taken into account is that it is a pilot study. A pilot study, pilot project or pilot experiment is a small scale preliminary study conducted ***in order to evaluate feasibility, time, cost, adverse events, and effect size (statistical variability) in an attempt to predict an appropriate sample size and improve upon the study design prior to performance of a full-scale project***. Pilot studies, therefore, may not be appropriate for case studies. Several things to note: 1. Both the letter to families and the survey questions were stated in a neutral way with respect to vaccines. 2. If you go to the section “Definitions and Measures” in the actual study, you will see that the mothers used their child’s vaccination records to indicate the recommended vaccines and doses their child had received. I would recommend you go there and read the 2 paragraphs. Very clear cut for a pilot study 3. Also, “Mothers were asked to indicate on a list of more than 40 acute and chronic illnesses all those for which her child or children had received a diagnosis by a physician. THESE WERE DIAGNOSED conditions. Would the mothers consistently lie (meaning they would all have had to lie to influence the findings) when they didn’t know of a bias of the study? I think not. 4. I wish we lived in an ethical world. In today’s climate of big pharmaceutical corporations heavily funding medical institutions and universities, underwriting tenure of professors, forcing doctors to get 98% or more of their practice to follow the “approved’ schedule or lose out on certain benefits, refusing to allow studies to be published that don’t further their aims, there is much conflict of interest and political pressure is brought to bear on any research that might fly in the face of their profit being diminished in any way. Pressure to take away a parent’s right to protect their child are slowly being eroded. I could go on, but you get the point. I am not anti-vacc, but I promote a delayed adherence (esp. MMR) to the schedule minus flu, HPV, HIB, measles and a few others. I know many, many, many families who have witnessed regression in their infants within hours and days of vaccination following it. I am an RN and have witnessed these little kids completely shutting off, and it is grievous. It makes one want to know the truth. Thanks!
I am an Associate Degree Medical Laboratory Scientist and ASCP registered for life. During my education, we were required to complete two years of extensive immunology which also overlapped with our Blood Banking/Cross-matching courses. I say this to make the point, we were taught (for 2 years) that the immune response in newborns and infants doesn’t begin to respond and develop until after the first 12 months. This is why God created the placenta to allow certain antibodies to cross the placenta; to give the new-born the advantage of the mother’s immunity. After passing all these courses and my practicals with A’s, I had to question the practice of beginning inoculations when the newborn hadn’t even left the hospital. (Often, the first Hepatitis B is given before the infant leaves the hospital.)
I do not discount the effectiveness and precaution of inoculations, but I also know that the immune response doesn’t really initiate until after the first year. For this reason, I chose to wait until my children were 1 year old, AND (much to my pediatrician’s chagrin) only allowed my twins to get one shot at a time. We would then wait roughly 6 to 8 weeks, then go back to the office and get another shot. The practice of giving multiple shots per visit (in the same leg) and then handing the parents a sheet of potential side effects and how to recognize and react to them, to me, made no sense at all. How, as a parent, am I supposed to know WHICH shot to which they are reacting, and/or are they reacting to some obscure interaction between the shots?
Most parents are never educated on their rights to question how/when/ages their children are inoculated or the dangers. They are never told that they can question or alter the “AMA prescribed dosages and schedules” for these inoculations. Frankly, with our twins being twins born at 35 weeks, we chose not to take them to the pediatrician for ‘well baby visits’ since our pediatrician (and most pediatricians) do not have ‘well baby waiting areas’ or ‘well baby’ rooms. I couldn’t understand the reason to risk the exposure, especially knowing that what one child contracted, the other would also.
We delayed our kids’ inoculations a full year. We also chose not to put them into the nursery in our church, over expose them to younger school aged kids, or allow them to be ‘passed around’ at family gatherings until they were a full year old. Neither of them ever had an antibiotic until they were three years old.
When our children were two years old and their inoculations were completed and ‘up to date’, we moved them to a private family practice. Our doctor of choice was a wonderful man whose family consisted of 10 children, all homeschooled. He is a fine man who never pressured me to inoculate or ‘booster’ any immunization with which I was not comfortable. I told him, “You have 10 children. What are my two kids going to present that you’ve not seen?” He agreed.
Today, at nearly 16, both of our kids are healthy. They can count on one hand the antibiotics they have taken. Neither have ever had an ear infection and only on rare occasions been sick.
I would encourage EVERY PARENT, whether you are comfortable or not with the ‘suggested’ inoculation schedules, to educate yourselves. Examine the risk that these inoculations may present to your kids. Make informed decisions. If you choose to inoculate, at least consider waiting until your children are a year old and please, only ONE SHOT at a TIME!
Thank you for a beautifully written article. I agree with everything you said. Further, I presently work part-time in my family doctor’s office. Often, I get to eat lunch with my co-workers while the drug reps push all these treatments to the four doctors in this practice. No one ever discusses cures. Only treatments. Cures would bankrupt the company. Treatments keep society dependent on the drugs thus furthering the agenda of the drug cartels.
Thank you, Lisa, for sharing your expertise and knowledge, which by the way, concurs with my training in the ’70s at a major medical university nursing school. I am well aware of the push back that parents are getting for being concerned about what is put into their children’s bodies, and I personally know physicians who are privately alarmed by what is happening but cannot speak out on it for fear of being blackballed (or losing tenure as professors). Out twins had a wonderful pediatrician who hated the vaccines that were supposed to be given before babies left the hospital, b/c he saw problems in some of them first-hand. He later was forced to comply, but urged parents to do a delayed schedule and looked hard at the needs of each child. He did not treat them as a herd, but individuals.
I am thankful for cautious care-givers and know you are very much appreciated by the families you serve!
God bless you!
Thank you for your courage and hard work!
There are several issues to be concerned about.
1) The tagline and the header image about “who is healthier” only lists those conditions where unvaccinated kids were seen as healthier by the study. The study itself admits that unvaccinated children are about 4 times more likely to get chicken pox and whooping cough. Why aren’t those on the chart? They might be comparably as annoyong as “allergic rhinitis” which sounds scary but is just hayfever. (Plus, it’s not 30.1 times likely it’s anywhere from 2.1-300 times likely, so don’t read into that too much.) It mischaracterizes “chronic illness” which sounds awful, but just means not acute in a medical sense. If you are worried that the medical community is hiding the risks of vaccines then why are you commiting the same grievance by purposefully hiding the benefits?
1b) Also, the data strongly indicate that rubella is prevented by the vaccine, but the numbers are a bit too small to be as confident (odds of getting rubella is 1-100 times higher in unvaccinated children).
1c) To say “real vaccine benefits are theoretical” is ludicrous. How could you possibly deny the millions upon millions of lives saved and improved by the eradication of polio, smallpox, etc.? Even the paper you’re reporting
2) Like Kelsey, I think there are many possible issues with correlation and reporting bias. Only illnesses that were reported by the mother to have been diagnosed by a doctor (from memory) are included. I think its very easy to imagine that the same mothers who do not vaccinate are less likely to go to the doctor for a variety of reasons. We are wanting to put our children on a delayed vaccination schedule and this has caused us to avoid doctor visits. The study says ” fewer visits to physicians would not necessarily mean that unvaccinated children are less likely to be seen by a physician if their condition warranted it” but I don’t think that’s a sufficiently strong argument. Especially for things like eczema and hay-fever and even ADHD or Learning Disabilities. The numbers are small enough that very minor additional factors could significantly alter the conclusions.
2b) The authors feel like they see a dose effect, but this is not properly analyzed in the paper. A perusal of Table 4 does not indicate any kind of dose effect except maybe for allergies.
2c) Another huge issue is that we have no information about WHY these parents chose to homeschool. To then extrapolate this self-selected group to the larger population is not justifiable. There is still an apples to oranges issue, though I agree it is quite reduced.
3) It is well known to scientists and statisticians that pilot studies that are looking for possible connections are going to find lots of connections, even if they are just random and meaningless. Statistically, it’s almost certain that multiple items on your laundry list of issues will not hold up to further scrutiny. This is well known (p-hacking or data dredging) and yet you report any finding that you like as akin to scientific fact.
4) There is no question that vaccination’s support by big pharma is a huge deal that clouds the truth. But why wouldn’t you mention that Mawson et al. were funded by two organizations who have clear anti-vaccination agendas. Why did I have to dig into the article and do some searching online to find out that you used funding by big pharma as an argument against vaccination but ignored funding by anti-vaccination groups as an argument for vaccination? I’m not saying that Mawson et al. is biased because of their funding sources, but it’s just not proper reporting to not say it at all since it is a distinct possibility.
5) Along the same lines, you should report that this article has been retracted twice. And that the Journal of Translational Studies is probably not crock, but also not particularly reputable. I don’t care if you then attribute the retractions and inability to publish in a solid journal to cover up by the scientific community, but when you don’t mention it, then you seem like you are covering something up. (But perhaps you didn’t know about this, in which case I apologize)
6) All the above are issues with the Mawson et al. paper and its representation. The author then continues on to parrot the unscientific anti-vaccination claims without mentioning the countless well known and convincing arguments against them that I’ll let the interested reader find for themselves.
Listen, I’m a scientist (not in the medical field) and I’m trying to be open-minded about the possible side-effects of vaccines. But when you purposefully hide arguments or use them only one way, your close-mindedness will end up hurting you and others who are trying to figure out the truth.
I disagree that the “Who is healthier” denotes bias. Would you rather I said “who is sicker?”
One thing you don’t take into account is that it is a PILOT study. A pilot study, pilot project or pilot experiment is a small scale preliminary study conducted ***in order to evaluate feasibility, time, cost, adverse events, and effect size (statistical variability) in an attempt to predict an appropriate sample size and improve upon the study design prior to performance of a full-scale project***. Pilot studies, therefore, may not be appropriate for case studies. Several things to note: 1. Both the letter to families and the survey questions were stated in a neutral way with respect to vaccines. 2. If you go to the section “Definitions and Measures” in the actual study, you will see that the mothers used their child’s vaccination records to indicate the recommended vaccines and doses their child had received. I would recommend you go there and read the 2 paragraphs. Very clear cut for a pilot study 3. Also, “Mothers were asked to indicate on a list of more than 40 acute and chronic illnesses all those for which her child or children had received a diagnosis by a physician. THESE WERE DIAGNOSED conditions. Would the mothers consistently lie (meaning they would all have had to lie to influence the findings) when they didn’t know of a bias the study? I think not. 4. And I did not know that it is having trouble finding a ‘home’ in a journal when I published it. As a PILOT study, it will hopefully be allowed to go through the phases that gets a study fully published. I am glad I mentioned that it was a pilot study and not peer-reviewed. There are logical reasons this is so today: I wish we lived in an ethical world. In today’s climate of big pharmaceutical corporations heavily funding medical institutions and universities, underwriting tenure of professors, forcing doctors to get 98% or more of their practice to follow the “approved’ schedule or lose out on certain benefits, refusing to allow studies to be published that don’t further their aims, there is much conflict of interest and political pressure is brought to bear on any research that might fly in the face of their profit being diminished in any way. Pressure to take away a parent’s right to protect their child are slowly being eroded. I could go on, but you get the point. I am not anti-vacc, but I promote a delayed adherence (esp. MMR) to the schedule minus flu, HPV, HIB, measles and a few others. I know many, many, many families who have witnessed regression in their infants within hours and days of vaccination following it. I am an RN and have witnessed these little kids completely shutting off, and it is grievous. It makes one want to know the truth. Thanks!
I’m expecting my first child in 3weeks. I was always raised with a holistic approach to medicine & was not vaccinated as a child and I am one of the healthiest people I know. However, I do have a genetic blood clotting disorder(Von Willebrand disease) but never had true complications of it. I don’t plan to vaccinate myself child other than I’m considering the vitamin K shot upon birth just due to coagulation issues in my family am fine I feel hate to cause further problems for my daughter. Do you think the vitamin K shot isn’t necessary for her coming from my genetics with this blood condition, or is there more harm from the vaccine than any good it could do in this particular cause? Like I mentioned, due in 3 weeks and still on the fence about this one and of course my OB pushes all vaccines so that’s a worthless conversation !
I can’t address your disorder, but I just wanted to point out that it’s possible to get oral Vitamin K in liquid form. That’s what we did for our son, so we could avoid the shot but also provide the Vitamin K supplement. Vitamin K isn’t a vaccine, but I believe it’s always safer to give something like that orally rather than injecting it, because there’s a potential to trigger an immune response to anything injected into the bloodstream.
Yes, Reiko! I just saw your comment and agree!! Thank you!
I would keep researching and go with your intuition and conscience. Pray about it. Talk with your husband and involve him in the decision, if possible. Our pediatrician was a wonderful, careful man who felt that an involved mother’s intuition and sense of her child’s needs was proven time and time again from his experience in his practice, and he encouraged moms to be proactive just as you are doing, (however they pursued vaccinating or not or going slowly).
Vitamin offered orally may be a better option for your infant than injection: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/03/27/high-risks-to-your-baby-from-vitamin-k-shot-they-dont-warn-you-about.aspx
God bless you and your baby!
Vaccinated children were more than three times as likely to be diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum than unvaccinated children
Thanks you for this! We vaccinated and I so regret it. I will never get another and do not want my son to as my mthfr status is homogeneous on detoxing aluminum being worse. Trying to repair my autoimmune damage before helping my son… . any advice is appreciated
Hi, Jackie! Please do not beat yourself up. I have had a lot to learn, too <3
Please read Avalyn’s Story, and see what TRS can do! https://deeprootsathome.com/avalyns-story-how-trs-a-safe-heavy-metal-detox-can-help-you-and-your-child/
If interested let me know and I will invite you to the closed FB group. I am praying for you now! ~J
PS we also need to be friends for me to invite you. Can you tell me your full FB name andwhat your profile looks like or your FB url? Thanks!
Our 5 children are not vaccinated. However, I’ve never been able to find an answer to my question about German Measles for my daughters, 2 of whom are now adults. German Measles can purportedly harm the unborn child if a woman contracts the disease while pregnant. Do you have any thoughts about how unvaxxed young women should address this concern?
Thank you, and God bless you for your work on this blog!
Lin, I have a response to your question, bc I put forth a query in a closed group and got some answers. Could I friend you and we continue there? If you can give me your full FB name, and what your profile pic looks like, I have a screen shot of the conversation. Also, there is something our pregnant daughter is doing that will help. Blessings! ~J
I’d love to hear more; unfortunately, I don’t have a FB account.
Please let me know if there is another way we could connect; alternatively, if you have tips on using FB “safely”, without all the common privacy concerns, I’d be interested to hear any advice.
Feel free to contact me via my email address if you wish!
Lin, I sent an email your way! I am here if you have any questions! ~J
It’s devastating that Govt and Pharma have wiped out almost an entire generation as a direct result of their greed and lack of integrity.. it astounds me that they are immune from such mass murder / mass actual bodily harm and abuse…. so so so sad
Yes, it is ONE of the biggest crimes perpetrated against humanity, and it is worldwide. Lisa, will you pray with me that people will find the Lord Jesus in the midst of it all?
The first link under the black graphic with different size children is a 403 broken link.
Hi, Anni! I tried them all and they are all working! Could you see if it is fixed now on your end? Thank you so much for being on the lookout!
Always interesting to read your posts… And they always get me thinking. My daughter had two doses of the whooping cough vaccine and one (or two?) MMR. My son had none. She has had three ear infections, has some sort of respiratory issue, not severe, but there… And we do wonder if she may have some signs of autism and ADHD. She’s a little bit young to test for these things yet, but they’re definitely issues we don’t have with our son and I assure you, they’re fed the same food and water and all other choices regarding how they’re raised are the same. Hmm… Food for thought. Our third will not be receiving any vaccinations. Hoping TRS helps wipe away some of the mistakes we have made.
Jacque, I have learned so much from your posts and newsletters. Thank you for all that you share. I have a question about type 1 diabetes and vaccines. One of our sons who was born in 1988, had all the vaccines prescribed, and on “schedule”. From the age of 2, he had severe migraines. He was also diagnosed with “apparent strabismus”, ADHD, Tourette’s syndrome, and learning disabilities. The other 4 children had none of these issues. He did seem to outgrow much of this, but at age 29 developed type 1 diabetes. I always thought there must be some connection with all of his difficulties, but no doctor ever saw that. What I am wondering now, since I am reading of vaccines causing most of these issues, is if they could also account for his late onset diabetes. What do you think?
This is Rebecca Jacqueline’s daughter. I’m helping her reply to her messages since she’s really ill with shingles right now. She will be glad to know that you’re enjoying her posts!
My mom definitely thinks that due to toxicity and inflammation caused by the vaccines, it is likely that the type 1 diabetes is from that as well. Hard to say, but likely. I’ll send you an email with more information on TRS, a product that really helps with detoxing from vaccines.
I am a former Special Education Moderate/Severe AUTISM Specialist , recently retired…ALL FAMILIES told me their kids were “normally developing” then BAM! after Vaccination they were SEVERELY Autistic…The CDC says 1/30 – it is more like 1 in 20…Autism IS EPIDEMIC !!! Mostly BOYS- weaker as infants when given injecticide$ and their outcomes are horrific !!!
See Irish Study here: ONE In 16 BOYS have been diagnosed with AUTISM
Oh, Nita, that breaks my heart and confirms what many parents have told me also.
Working special needs at church, I have cried (as I am sure you have) with parents when they would tell their story — and then BAM! It is repeated with different details almost every time.
Thank you for sharing that here, and I am praying other parents who have questions about vaccines will see this and read it and take it to heart!
With TRS (and a few other supports), we are seeing help for many, one child/family at a time.