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post #41 of 51
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Originally Posted by Yulia_R View Post
I'm so sorry, mama (HUGS).

You mentioned a doctors appt and I was wondering if he received any vaccines that day?
Yes, he did. We were told "It would be looked into.." when we expressed our concerns to the investigators. I doubt it was. I have connected with alot of parents whose children have had terrible reactions to vaccines and/or deaths...none of them had success proving thats what it was. Some babies died as little as a day later.

His birthmother asked a nurse when she was taking her other son to the doctor for vaccines about the situation. And asked if it was possible. The nurse said it was possible, but almost impossible to pin point and prove.

It is unfortunate.
post #42 of 51
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Originally Posted by momz3 View Post
Yes, he did. We were told "It would be looked into.." when we expressed our concerns to the investigators. I doubt it was. I have connected with alot of parents whose children have had terrible reactions to vaccines and/or deaths...none of them had success proving thats what it was. Some babies died as little as a day later.

His birthmother asked a nurse when she was taking her other son to the doctor for vaccines about the situation. And asked if it was possible. The nurse said it was possible, but almost impossible to pin point and prove.

It is unfortunate.

I'm so so sorry .
You are right, unfortunately, it is nearly impossible to prove. Vaccines are this "holy thing" that most doctors are afraid to go against.
post #43 of 51
How terrible.
post #44 of 51
I'm so sorry mamma.
post #45 of 51
I didn't read all of the pp... but I'm definitely thinking vaccines too! If you read into the VAERS reports (put out by the NIH), soooo many cases are very similar to that. Go to sleep... never wake up. Or go to sleep and have brain hemorrhaging and die.

I'm so sorry you had to experience that. That must be devastating. And I don't believe in SIDS. There isn't NO reason that anyone dies!!! The symptoms of SIDS are so similar to the symptoms of vaccine reactions, it's uncanny.

Hugs mama.
post #46 of 51
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And I don't believe in SIDS. There isn't NO reason that anyone dies!!!
SIDS doesn't mean there is no reason it means a reaon could not be identified. There are lots of things which are beyond our scope in health care. For example a lethal arrhythmia cannot be diagnosed postmortem because it can only be identified while it is occuring.
post #47 of 51
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we just got the call..they have concluded it was death due to natural causes, natural UNKNOWN causes.

live life to the fullest. you just never know when your time will come...
post #48 of 51
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Originally Posted by MommyHawk View Post
we just got the call..they have concluded it was death due to natural causes, natural UNKNOWN causes.

live life to the fullest. you just never know when your time will come...
I'm so so so very sorry. A million 's
post #49 of 51
Sorry for your loss.
post #50 of 51
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by writteninkursive View Post
There isn't NO reason that anyone dies!!! The symptoms of SIDS are so similar to the symptoms of vaccine reactions, it's uncanny.
that just makes me so sick to my stomach...so sad, like our hands are tied, mouths are gagged...
post #51 of 51
I wonder if his heart had every been checked out?

Being sweaty (while sleeping or eating) can be a sign of a heart problem (as can extreme fatigue and poor weight gain).

Unfortunately heart defects are the number 1 birth defect and 2/3 of the time are NOT diagnosed at birth. 80% of undiagnosed heart kids die before thier FIRST birthday.

My son has Tetralogy of Fallot so I've learned a LOT in the last two years about heart defects and it amazes me that it is not mandated for every hopsital/ped to test for heart issues at birth. All they have to do is put that little red light clippy thing on the child's toe for a few seconds to get a read out of the oxygen level in their blood. It is non-invasive, doesn't hurt and is easy to do.

Anyway...because of my knowledge of heart related stuff...it does make me wonder...

In any case i'm deeply deeply deeeeeeply sorry for your loss
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