My son is autistic. It was diagnosed after the MMR vaccination. While I’m not convinced that it was the only reason of his long-term disability I’m personally convinced that it was a contributing factor.The most important factor I’m convinced was mercury.
The MMR however , is a controversial issue. A lot of parents are against allowing their children to get it. Many parents believe (rightly, or incorrectly) that giving three live viruses at the same time to their infants while their immunity systems are developing is a step too far. Have been able to recall anyone who has contracted Measles, Mumps and Rubella (German Measles) at the simultaneously in real life?
I’m not sure.
It is now clear that there could be a plan to add a second infection. This is with being introduced Chickenpox. Of course, I think it really isn’t enough, however that’s my personal opinion. Do you agree?
Chickenpox is a very infective disease that is which is brought on by the virus. It causes itchy, red blisters and bumps. It is most often seen on the trunk, face and the upper legs. It’s ugly and extremely unpleasant, but it is usually accepted as a as a childhood illness. But not for very long it is possible that some doctors decide to do so. Because it’s an illness that is preventable, they believe it’s a valid reason to treat it that way.
Chickenpox can be contracted through drops of airborne particles that come from coughs and coughs, and less often by direct contact with broken blisters. The most significant issue with Chickenpox is that you could be infected for days before the rash appears and this is the time when the risk of infection is highest. There may be a feeling of illness, but there are no obvious spots. As the infection continues until all blisters have developed scabs There is a high chance of passing Chickenpox to.
It’s generally not an issue, however there are some high-risk groups that may cause issues. Women who are pregnant should be aware of the possibility that it will affect their child’s development and those with Cancer, HIV or a weak immune system should take precautions.
The appearance of the disease is horrendous and itching can be painful. Patients are advised to cut their nails short and put on gloves to avoid scratching their heads off of the blisters. They could be infected or leave permanent marks. The sales of Calamine lotion are soaring when there’s an Chickenpox outbreak around.
I can remember when my son with autism who was diagnosed with Chickenpox at approximately 5 or 6 years old. It was shortly when we were scheduled to depart on a trip and before we left, his tiny body was covered with spots. The doctor said there was no sign of infection and we continued to plan our trip.
At that time he was having a lot of trouble with social situations, he preferring his own company. did not like crowds, and was extremely sensitive to noise. So for him, the moment of his Chickenpox was a true benefit. Why? The one thing my son was able to do, aside from watching videos was to swimming, and when he stripped down into his swimsuit to show his shabby little body, everyone other swimmers disappeared, and he had the entire pool to him. It was awesome!
But, Chickenpox is not to be taken lightly, as while for most kids it’s just uncomfortable the adult version, referred to as Shingles and can be extremely painful. I can remember when my father had it once and said that he believed he would be reunited with his creator. There were marks on his body, and all the way to his stomach. I’m not sure if this is an old wives ‘ tale or not, but “they” say if the spots are joined, you will end up dying. Fortunately, his spot didn’t.
Shingles is a very uncomfortable skin rash that is only seen for those who have suffered from Chickenpox. It’s caused by the fact that once you’ve contracted the Chickenpox virus, it travels to the base of nerves, then it hibernates, and goes into dormancy. However, sometimes it wakes up and is activated, re-entering the body and moving back to the skin through nerves. It’s not clear why however, it’s a very sad event. I know a friend who has it frequently and is adamant about it being related to stress.
Shingles is not a major issue, but it can be contagious any contact with someone suffering from it could result in getting Chickenpox. It’s unlikely they’ll catch Shingles but.
It’s clear that Chickenpox or Shingles is both horrid, and everybody would like to stay clear of them as much as possible However, I’m not certain adding more live viruses to an already suspect vaccine is the best option. Why not keep the one jab? ( The same is true for Measles, Mumps and Rubella).
Medical professionals say it is easier to protect children from all kinds of diseases in one visit since it lowers the cost and the inconvenience for parents who may need to miss at work or forget to bring their children back.