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well i have come upon this info much too late after my dd got all her vaccines she is scheduled to get at 2.75 years old.<br><br>
i am curious to know if vaccines and high fever have an relations. esp. with high metal levels. or is it the body just fighting off an infection (that's what i was told). till she was 18 months old everytime she got her shots she would have high fever by the evening which lasted at least 2 days.<br><br>
does anyone have any idea regarding this?
 

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I really dont have the answer to what you asked, I am sure someone else does, but I wanted to add a thought that was sort of on the subject.<br><br>
My doc told me that unvaxed children tend to run higher fevers when they are sick. Because they are unvaxed their immune systems WORK BETTER than vaxed children and the fevers tend to run higher fighting off the infection/germs faster.<br><br>
Now since you are injecting germs into your child when you vax them, they tend to get fevers becasue their bodies are trying to fight off all that garbage that was shot into their systems. My older two children only got slight fevers after their vaxes and they were generally fine the next day. I guess it just depends on the child.
 

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Fever is a really common side effect of vaccines - it's listed on the VIS doctors are required to give parents.
 

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A fever of any sort after a vax is a reaction and should be reported. Drs. will try to tell you it's normal, but it's not- it is a reaction.<br><br>
-Angela
 

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The fever is there because the body is trying to fight off what was injected. The virus, the toxins, the heavy metals...everything that is not natural or normal in the body.<br><br>
If you let the body do its' work, it will rid the child of the virus and (sort of) create antibodies. But if you suppress the fever the child can get into trouble.<br><br>
As for the other toxins, it takes a long time to rid the body of those. Some never leave again and my or my not cause problems later on.<br><br>
Here is a link to just fevers in general: <a href="http:/a/west8.html" target="_blank">http://www.*********/a/west8.html</a>
 

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thank u all for the information. gitti thank u esp. for the link. now i dont feel stupid anymore. i v. rarely give my dd any medicine. and i usualy dont try to suppress her fever. i was raised with the belief that the body needs to heal itself and i find that logical too. i have brought down fever with tepid baths and noticed like me my dd has a tendency towards v. high fever. it is v. interesting the link between high fever and health. because the family members including myself and my dd who get only high fevers (have played with a fever of 104.6 at 2 - the only way the moms knew was by accidentally touching us) we are really v. v. healthy falling sick rarely and if we do fall sick we dont get it really bad.<br><br>
so thankfully she has had v. little medicine in her life (i had to fight her father on this). i think we got a big bottle of tylenol and still now we have a little bit left.<br><br>
i was specifically interested in the link between high metals and fever. i guess the only way to find out about metal levels in my dd is to do a hair test right? (sorry for all the questions. i am fairly new to this and want to find what damage has already been done). can i just request my ped. so insurance will cover it? i am in the process of getting my dd evaluated for SID/SPD. she doesnt have it really bad but it does affect her behav and am really fighting for an eval (her father is reluctant and so is the ped.) because of her age and no red flags.<br><br>
thanks for all ur help. this is an awesome board to visit.
 

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If I were you, I would<br><br>
1. go to <a href="http://www.generationrescue.org" target="_blank"><b>this site</b></a> and read everything.<br><br>
2. Read the book: <span style="text-decoration:underline;">Children with Starving Brains</span> by McCandless<br><br>
3. Join Yahoo goups where they are discussing the treatment options and bascially EVERYTHING you can do yourself for your child.<br><br><br>
ChelatingKids2 <a href="http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/chelatingkids2/" target="_blank">http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/chelatingkids2/</a><br>
and<br>
Autism Mercury <a href="http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Autism-Mercury/" target="_blank">http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Autism-Mercury/</a><br><br>
Then you can form your own opinion on things. Keep educating yourself about the subject. And <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/greet.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="greet"> to the board.<br><br>
JMO
 

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thank u v. much for the pointers gitti. that is exactly what i was looking for and have been spending nights researching. thank u for pointing me in the right direction. i hadnt come across those sites nor had i even thougth of the yahoo groups.
 
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