That's a bit of an exaggeration, don't you think?
Not all adults develop allergies, and those that do don't develop new ones "all the time."
It is not uncommon for adults to develop allergies, completely unrelated to vaccines. It is also not uncommon for adults (and children, for that matter) to develop allergies as a result of vaccination. http://www.smartvax.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=73
It is not uncommon for adults to develop allergies, completely unrelated to vaccines.
I'm pretty sure this is what Rrrrachel meant. It happens all the time somewhere, not necessarily to any one individual, but the explanation for why she developed the allergy could well be that she just did.
That must be nice! I wish my dairy one would disappear. Actually since I've been pregnant this second time around the eczema has almost entirely disappeared and I'm able to eat some dairy too. So maybe it will stay this way after pregnancy...
Mama to DS (March 2010) and DD (June 2012)
I did a catch-up schedule when I was a teenager because my mom skipped most of my childhood vaccinations. Then in my early twenties I went abroad with the Peace Corps and had: yellow fever, rabies, several meningitis strains, DTaP, MMR, and hep A/B (twinrix I think it's called?) Yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, and DTaP were given simultaneously or close to it. Have had several flu shots. I never experienced more than mild soreness at the injection site lasting a day or two.
At home amongst the redwoods with my husband and my son, born 7/5/11, and #2 due in October 2015 Instant CNM, just add !
Interestingly, there's a new possible cure for type I being studied which involves continuous (not sure if its daily or what) injections with one of the old school vaccines (maybe TB). It actually blocks the immune system cells that are attacking the insulin producing cells and allows them to grow back. For a long time doctors thought those cells were gone for good, but apparently they are constantly attempting to regenerate. There are people who have actually had function return in human trials. If it comes to pass that this becomes available to me, I'm not going to let my distaste for vaccinations to get in my way. lol
Do you happen to have an article about this? I couldn't figure out the right word combo to google, and my search returned too many results:) Very interested to hear more