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How To Keep Your Child Quiet After Getting Vaccinated

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:http://www.naturalnews.com/035639_vaccines_babies_convulsions.html#ixzz1snGjaa7P

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 A recent study published in the journalPediatricssuggests that administering one or more of the five "Ss" -- swaddling, side/stomach position, shushing, swinging, and sucking -- to babies in conjunction with their childhood vaccine regimens can help alleviate the physical and emotional stress typically brought about by this highly-invasive medical tradition.

 

our local news had this on their health segment as well.

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Originally Posted by emmy526 View Post

 

:http://www.naturalnews.com/035639_vaccines_babies_convulsions.html#ixzz1snGjaa7P

 

our local news had this on their health segment as well.

 

Better than telling them to give Tylenol!

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The 5 "Ss" don't help when the post-vaccine response is seizures/encephalopathy...

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The 5 "Ss" don't help when the post-vaccine response is seizures/encephalopathy...

 

That should be part of the article.

 

"If these strategies don't work, call your doctor!!"  Who, of course, probably won't admit that there is a problem...

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That should be part of the article.

 

"If these strategies don't work, call your doctor!!"  Who, of course, probably won't admit that there is a problem...

 

I wasn't even allowed to talk to the pediatrician when my kid was having seizures.  The nurse thought I was just an overly protective, hysterical mumsie who couldn't bear to hear her child "fuss a little;" she said, "vaccines don't DO that!", refused to let me talk to the doctor, and told me that I would be turned away if I tried to bring my child in. She then told me to lay my baby (who had been screeching like some kind of animal--I can't even describe it--and arching/flailing for 3 HOURS, starting 1 hour after the shots) in his crib, and walk away until I could control myself.

 

I believe she lost her job due to the way she treated me. 

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I hope she did.  That's just awful!

 

I had to talk to the school district nurse recently when registering my daughter for preschool, because I am filing a philosophical exemption.  I'm not sure how it's even legal to make me explain my philosophical reasons, but I am sure that it's a bullying tactic.  Anyway, I said that my children have had reactions to shots, and she said "Like mild fever and fussiness?"  I had to stop her short and say "NO, these were more serious than that, and my pediatrician supports and encourages my decision to not vaccinate further."

 

I wish I knew years ago what I know now, but hindsight is always 20/20.  I just wish it wasn't my kids that had to pay the price.

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