Wednesday, May 17, 2017 by News Editors
What do parents do if their child has an adverse reaction to a vaccine?
See their doctor of course.
But does the doctor offer help and support, just dismiss the parents, or worse, give totally useless and harmful advice?
Here are a few stories from my practice that will make you shake your head in disbelief.
(Article by Dr. Anke Zimmermann republished from VaccineImpact.com)
The other day I saw a beautiful family with a 4-year old boy diagnosed with autism who started screaming inconsolably every night for hours within two days of receiving his 12-months shots. These included the standard assortment of assaults on the developing nervous and immune system: The MMR and chickenpox shots, one in each little arm and the meningococcal and pneumococcal vaccines, one for each leg.
The parents took him back to the doctor who fluffed them off by saying that it was nothing, the baby just had night terrors. The screaming continued unabated and in short order, the little one stopped making eye contact, stopped vocalizing and developed digestive problems. So-called autism.
Of course, this was never reported as a vaccine-injury, heaven forbid, those things simply don’t exist in the brainwashed minds of most doctors.
If they did, the docs might have to re-examine their training and beliefs and then, oh my god, stand up for the truth! Of course, that could mean the end of a lucrative career and being outed as a heretic.
Better be a coward, toe the line, turn a blind eye and just make something up. How many doctors have the level of integrity to consider that they may have been inadvertently severely injuring and disabling perfectly healthy children?
This family went through hell. Their child has “autism.” He still does not speak. He is one of thousands, tens of thousands, millions of such children. Night-terrors my ass. This doctor and all of his ilk should be sued for two arms and legs as far as I’m concerned.
Not only does failure to recognize and report vaccine adverse events put other children at risk for the same fate, it discourages the development of safer vaccines or alternate methods of disease prevention. It also prevents families from getting the help they need asap if their child has a reaction.
For instance, homeopathy is remarkably effective at addressing vaccine reactions. This child could have likely been quickly healed at the time with a few doses of Belladonna or Stramonium, perhaps a remedy made from one of the vaccines.
Instead, the condition was left to progress into autism. Fortunately, the family did their own research and ultimately started to recover the boy with a gluten and dairy free diet and some other interventions, but as I mentioned, he still does not speak or interact all that well and has other issues such as continuing GI problems.
The parents of a two-months-old infant who developed a facial tic, complete loss of vocalization as well as lethargy were told that this was a normal developmental stage and not to worry about it. Seriously.
After some reflection on this I decided that maybe the doctors are seeing so many children with these vaccine injuries now that they are starting to think – or are perhaps being told by the main purveyors of medical education, or should I say indoctrination, for physicians – drug companies – that this is indeed normal for infants now.
The tics cleared up on their own after three weeks but she was still very quiet and in addition developed a sleep disorder and bowel problems, potentially early signs of autism.
Fortunately, a couple of doses of a homeopathic remedy made from one of the vaccines set her right again. You can read more about her story here.
Read more at: VaccineImpact.com