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Kim

United States

#21 Dec 8, 2010
Love the idea Luca, the other thing that would be interesting to following is how many of the autistic kids are RH- or RH+. In addition, the symtoms of Autism look like the side affects of Rubella, one of the diseases that the MMR vaccine is for. I'm not saying it's the vaccine, but the disease itself. And since autism is on the rise maybe it has to do with a generational vaccine-no body has tested what vaccines parents & grandparents have gotten on how they affect decendants down the line-they only say the vaccine does not harm the patient, but it could act like drugs do. Also, what if it is only the RH- factor tied to the MMR vaccine. Do they have it on record who was more suseptable to the side affects of Rubella? Did they have a certain RH factor? When were the RH shots given to the parents? What weeks? Are we giving them too soon? Too Late? Is there a way to test the baby's blood type before giving the shot? Blood after all forms within the first month. These are questions I have that I'd like to see addressed.
cassandra

Oshawa, Canada

#22 Jan 6, 2011
I am RH- I had the Rhogam shot around 4 months pregnant and My Son is Autistic, My daughter however, whom i had NO shot during the pregnancy Is not.
My son was diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome, which after doing the GFCF diet, and treating a yeast infection in his gut has shown much improvement, so much so, that his dianosis has been changed to PDD-NOS. The doctors say he may not even be on the spectrum by June 2011. and those are NOT DAN! doctors saying this... just normal MDs that are starting to see the link and are open minded!
I think the government has screwed up majorly regarding the saftey of vaccines and the possible links to Autism.

I am curious, of all the people on here with autistic children, how many of them had Pyloric Stenosis as a baby resulting in a surgery? how many have food allergies and rashes around their mouths?
I am finding so many women who are RH- whose children are autistic, also have had pyloric stenosis, and food allergies, with a yeasty rash on their mouth that sometimes takes months to get away, only for it to come back a few months later.
How is it possible that there are SO many mothers reporting the EXACT same thing? how can they say there ISNT a link to vaccines?!
Allison Baker

Cincinnati, OH

#23 Jan 7, 2011
I also had the Rhogam shot while pregnant, and my son is autistic. I had one with my daughter and she is not....however she tends to be hyperactive.?????
MAJOR Mal

Brighton-le-sands, Australia

#24 Jan 7, 2011
Is the a link between RhIg shot and Autism?
That is; giving the mother a shot and inturn the child receiving a diagnosis of ASD.
Amgsg

Elgin, TX

#25 Jan 8, 2011
I had a shot at ten weeks due to bleeding now worried
MamatoAlexa

Hamilton, Canada

#26 Jan 9, 2011
I had the shot and my baby is perfectly healthy. A lot of women who are tested negative get the shot, you are bound to have mix-match of mothers who have kids with autism, I don't the relation of the vaccine to kids with Autism.
MamatoAlexa

Hamilton, Canada

#27 Jan 9, 2011
How is it possible that there are SO many mothers reporting the EXACT same thing? how can they say there ISNT a link to vaccines?!

^^ Because a lot of women get the vaccine. Some will have child with Autism, some won't.

Since: Jan 07

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#28 Jan 9, 2011
Maternal Rh D status, anti-D immune globulin exposure during pregnancy, and risk of autism spectrum disorders.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18554566
Amgsg

United States

#29 Jan 9, 2011
Please reply I am worried

Since: Jan 07

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#30 Jan 9, 2011
The theory about the rhogam shot was the content of thimerosal however it hasn't been in the shot since 2001.
Prior to 1968, HDN was a major cause of infant mortality, responsible for an average of 10,000 deaths annually in the United States. Those babies which survived had complications such as jaundice, anemia, mental retardation, and heart failure.

So, if the mother is Rh-negative and the father is RH-positive, this is hardly a pharma money making shot. The choice no shot and risk death or life complications for the infant or the idea of autism which can and does happen more with parents who never had a rhogam shot.
Michelle B

Winnipeg, Canada

#31 Jan 13, 2011
I am RH negative and a mother of 6. I have the Rhogam shot during all of my pregnancies and had to have a few extra during my 3rd pregnancy (due to bleeding) and as well as my 5th (which was twins).

I have 3 sons on the ASD and the doctors think my other son may be on the ASD as well (my daughters are not on the spectrum).

I don't think it's the MMR vaccine causing Autism, it's vaccines PERIOD! There is no Autism on my or my husbands side of the family. The crap they're injecting into us and our children are what's causing such a huge increase in Autism rates. Of course the CDC (Health Canada in my case)and vaccine manufacturers won't admit there's a link between the 2, they'd be out of jobs and a whole lot of money!! So you're damn right this is a Big Pharma money making shot! They're slowly killing our children!

Since: Jan 07

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#32 Jan 14, 2011
Then your choice is no vaccine and risk loosing the fetus, or divorce your spouse.
No one has to inject 'crap', if anyone is slowly killing anyone, then it's also the parent who allows the jab.

Since: Jan 11

Steinbach, Canada

#33 Jan 14, 2011
If you would have read my comment I had said ALL vaccines, I'm not solely blaming one or the other. I knew I had no choice but to get the Rhogam, I wanted children, that's why I did it. My twins only received one set of their shots and I will NEVER let any of my children EVER get another one!

Since: Jan 07

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#34 Jan 14, 2011
I read your comment, and I thought it was clear I did when all the blame was towards Big Pharma money. Parents play a large role in their children's medical care and no one forces vaccines. Parents hold responsibility as well, if they want to admit it or not.
Luca

Australia

#35 Jan 16, 2011
friend... you arent being much of one!

Considering that unless a fetal blood test is done, there is no way of knowing what blood type your baby has - so until they are born, it is not known whether any anti-d shots during pregnancy are necessary at all.(which IS big money for big pharma)

It is one thing to give birth, and find out your baby has positive blood, and then for the mum, a fully grown adult, to have the injection postpartum - it is another thing to expose babies in utero to to something that may be completely unnecessary - and which has little research on the effects.

Also, if you are having a bleed during pregnancy, you can have a blood test first to see if you even need the anti-d.... but the vast majority of Dr's prefer to just give the shot, and look at the blood tests results later. Its ok to get the blood test first, and wait 24hrs before deciding on getting the anti-d.

The fact that parents are seeing a link and are questioning this is better than not saying anything at all.

Michelle i agree with you about the vaccines - what an overload of chemicals our babies are expected to endure these days! There is no way in my mind that such an extreme cocktail can be safe at all.
Luca

Australia

#36 Jan 16, 2011
oh and friend, your comment: Parents play a large role in their children's medical care and no one forces vaccines. Parents hold responsibility as well, if they want to admit it or not.

Most people listen unquestioningly to their Dr - and any sort of questioning of vaccines etc is met with instant dismissal. Vaccines might not be "forced" but they are sure pushed pretty damn hard, playing on parents fears in a major way.

Sure, there is plenty of info out there for parents to make informed decisions about their kids health - but often that information is opposite to what the Dr's say, and parents who question things are treated like paranoid idiots - and not just by their GP but also by their friends and family too.

Since: Jan 07

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#37 Jan 16, 2011
We're talking about mother is Rh-negative and the father is RH-positive, more than half of those infants will be affected. What the vast majority of doctors do, or the idea of "listen unquestioningly to their Dr" is nothing but an excuse for not doing what one should had about their own medical care. People have been getting second opinions for years and years. Doctors are people, too and they make mistakes just like anyone else does. Not being proactive about your own medical care or the care of your own children is asking for trouble and of course results in the Huge Blame Some One Else Game.
My guess although the shot has been quite successful in reducing medical issue of babies, that for some women the shot was not successful and the result is as listed medical conditions mental retardation, not autism and not the result of rhogam shot.
Amgsg

United States

#38 Jan 17, 2011
Oh my god !! I am only 13 weeks pregnant already got shot due to spotting now very worried !!!!

Since: Jan 07

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#39 Jan 17, 2011
The ONLY theory about the rhogam shot was the content of thimerosal, however it hasn't been in the shot since 2001.
Studies have been done on this shot looking at those which had the thimerosal in it. The data supports previous findings that prenatal exposure to thimerosal-containing anti-D immune globulins does not increase the risk of autism.
MAJOR Mal

Brighton-le-sands, Australia

#40 Jan 25, 2011
If a mother received RhIg and the child has ASD. This is surely a link.

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