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My 12 mo old has multiple allergies and yeast overgrowth and the only cause we can determine was vaccines (she received all her shots through 6 months). She has never had antibiotics except for gentamycin eye drops for two days at two weeks. Not a soul in either of our families has allergies. Right now dh and I are reading multiple books and articles on vaccines to determine whether to continue immunizing ( I'm leaning toward stopping). Does anybody else have kids with yeast and allergy problems that they think are a result of immune system impairment from being vaccinated? She is allergic to dairy, gluten, rice, soy, and now avacados! She keeps becoming allergic to more and more foods (she vomits) :Puke and I'm wondering if she also has leaky gut syndrome. Help. The docs just want to treat the symptoms and discount that this could be allergies. Her weight is so far below the curve. Will her allergies resolve if we get the yeast under control? Her health problems have been such a puzzle that seem to come together piece by piece. Currently reading "What your doc may not tell you about vaccines" by Cave and "What about immunizations?" by Cournoyer. Any other good books on vaccines? Any advice is appreciated.
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Personally, I don't think that's a result of vaxing. Lots of things influence GI flora development -- mode of delivery, types of interventions by medical staff after childbirth, mom's flora, type of feeding. You might check out the "Power of Probiotics" thread in Health & Healing. For that sort of thing I also like to use evening primrose, cod liver oil & at least zinc if not selenium as well. If the yeast is under control & GI mucosa heals, allergies will likely improve. To what extent they improve varies.
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you are on the right track by stopping vaxes. They certainly aren't helping her any.
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Thanks for the advice. I should add that I've had her on probiotics for the past month, but for the last three weeks I stupidly : started placing it in her warmed bottles and probably killed all the bacteria before it reached her gut. She is on Jarro Baby Acidophilus. She has always eaten organic and is still breastfed (I have to pump it out). I've always taken omega 3 fish oil. Yesterday I started her on Kid's Herbs Ecchin/Goldenseal with oregon grape to kill the yeast along with giving her probiotics correctly (in cold applesauce).
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My 12 mo old has multiple allergies and yeast overgrowth and the only cause we can determine was vaccines
Allergies were first described in England AFTER vaccines.

When I was a kid in Europe I had never heard about allergies. That was after the war. We did not even have a word for allergies.
When I came to the states and saw all the people with allergies I thought they were all pretending.
The only difference was, no one in the after war years in Europe was vaccinated.



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She has never had antibiotics

Yes, she did. Almost all vaccines contain antibiotics. And it is the type that warns on the insert label not to ever inject. Neomyecin.


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Not a soul in either of our families has allergies.

It has been scientifically proven that from the moment you inject foreign protein into the blood you create a milieu for allergies. And vaccines are grown on foreign proteins (blood, monkey kidneys, aborted fetus..)

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The docs just want to treat the symptoms

But please put off vaccinating. I would not ever inject anything into that child again. Do not treat the symptoms yourself. You might look into chelation. Go to a ND or homeopath and find out about it, I have only heard that some people whose children have allergies use it.
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Probiotic bacteria thrive at temps of 110-115 & I doubt your bottles are warmed above that so you're probably fine giving it that way if you want. And actually, IMO it's nice to give multiple doses throughout the day as opposed to just one. There are several threads about yeast in children over in health & healing you might find helpful too.
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Thanks for the advice. I'm giving the probiotics three times per day. I found a pediatrician here in NYC who is an integrative practicioner and the president of Holistic Kids. He will see her and sees many babes with her problems. The only bummer is that he does not accept insurance and charges about $500 for an initial consultation . My husband hasn't found work since we moved to NYC 6 months ago so money is tight cuz I can't work with dd so sick. I really want to see this doc so we'll just have to find a way.
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Ouch!!! I hope that includes labs!! Do they have some type of payment plan available or do they expect it all up front? Maybe you can submit it to insurance for reimbursement yourself?
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I tried that option, but wonderful BCBS said no.
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