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Yes. Eczema is a contraindication for some vaccines. I suspect eczema is a vaccine reaction. It is an allergic reaction, and people who question vaccines suspect that allergies are caused or aggravated by vaccination.

Therefore, eczema is associated with vaccinations. IMNTBHO

https://nationaleczema.org/eczema/causes-and-triggers-of-eczema/
 
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thanks for the link. My daughter got the exzema at 6 months, after the second round of vax. Since then we stopped with vaccinations, we got more informations and realized how much damage those shots can do. We turned into natural meds but eczema is still there. I really never found much info about the correlation vax/eczema, but my thought is that if so many kids have eczema..maybe vax..
 

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Hannah Poling had eczema after her round of nine shots to get caught up.

Eczema is a contraindication for the smallpox vaccine in the military.

I am sorry you are dealing with this.

The skin, next to the gut, is an eliminator of toxins. If you can boost the immune system and clear her body of toxins, you may be on the way to clearing up her condition. Maybe clear the diet of dairy and grain, especially wheat, for a while.

Again, I am sorry.
 
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Natural treatments for eczema -

https://nationaleczema.org/eczema/treatment/alternative-therapies/

http://wellnessmama.com/12065/natural-eczema-remedies/

http://everydayroots.com/eczema-remedies

Good luck to you, and let us know through this thread how your little one is doing. Make sure your doctor has documented the eczema in your child's record. If you have any concern, since you are the mother and you are there with your child, do not hesitate to take your little one to the doctor, urgent care, or ER.
 
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Natural treatments for eczema -

https://nationaleczema.org/eczema/treatment/alternative-therapies/

http://wellnessmama.com/12065/natural-eczema-remedies/

http://everydayroots.com/eczema-remedies

Good luck to you, and let us know through this thread how your little one is doing. Make sure your doctor has documented the eczema in your child's record. If you have any concern, since you are the mother and you are there with your child, do not hesitate to take your little one to the doctor, urgent care, or ER.
Super important!! :x
 

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Thanks for the support and great info.
We moved from Switzerland 8 months ago. There she had her shots and before becoming aware of what was happening we gave her all kinds of meds recommended by her doctor. It is interesting how doctor was not considering eczema like something important. Before leaving we found a great holistic doctor who gave us some herbs and definitly it helped a little.
Since we are here in US eczema had been better but still there. Last week I've tried with oats and woooow we are impressed. in only one week of bathing her with oats, dead sea salt and olive oil, the rush has consistently reduced. Skin seems to heal and I hope it is the good way.



We still didn't find a doctor we like and I guess It is ok to keep looking for one that at least doedn't make us feel like we are crazy people.

Someone of you talked about detox..how you do that?
 

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Thanks for the support and great info.
We moved from Switzerland 8 months ago. There she had her shots and before becoming aware of what was happening we gave her all kinds of meds recommended by her doctor. It is interesting how doctor was not considering eczema like something important. Before leaving we found a great holistic doctor who gave us some herbs and definitly it helped a little.
Since we are here in US eczema had been better but still there. Last week I've tried with oats and woooow we are impressed. in only one week of bathing her with oats, dead sea salt and olive oil, the rush has consistently reduced. Skin seems to heal and I hope it is the good way.



We still didn't find a doctor we like and I guess It is ok to keep looking for one that at least doedn't make us feel like we are crazy people.

Someone of you talked about detox..how you do that?
I'm sorry I can't help you with the detox, maybe others can.

You will find this is the "new normal" here now, and as we (those of us on this side of the fence) are constantly being told by the other side that our memory is "faulty", this really is a new here! Kids never had it in numbers we see now! People talk now about because sooooooo many have it!
This constant denial of a connections won't help matters either IMO.
 

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Researching the rashes my oldest got after every shot that got worse each time brought me here, years ago. My oldest was fully vaccinated until he was two, then I stopped them. My second oldest had one round. They both have eczema and over the years, it had improved. Then, my ex husband forced the flu shot on them and both have flared up again, although it is worse in my oldest, who had the most vaccines.
I've had success with coconut oil, Shea butter and olive oil. The Dr prescribed Elidel works but I still don't feel comfortable unless it's a very bad patch. Giving them fish oil supplements might have helped too, I'm not sure.
My other children never got a vaccine and are eczema free.
 
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