Another Brick in the Wall
I believe if you eat healthy, fresh fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and drink lots of clean water, (no flouride), you give your body a better fighting chance to develop a good immune system.Great post! You are not alone!
My only daughter who turns 40 this year, has never been vaccinated. I started my research while pregnant and working in the pedi ICU unit. Something didn't feel right, with a few cases. I started with was the polio vaccination. The CDC site back then, even admitted to giving people the "Monkey Virus". My research is never over. There is always new study to review.
My daughter has not vaccinated any of her 5 children (ages 18-2). She researches like crazy as well. She is lucky, she found a pediatrician that supports her decision.
All of my grandchildren, including my daughter rarely get sick and when they do, their body does the work and they recover very quickly. The 2 year old got a cold the other day. Lasted less than 24 hours.
Quick story. In 2004 I was selected as a match to be a bone marrow donor for a leukemia patient. In the last 20 years or so they do the procedure using apheresis (needle in each arm for several hours over two days taking platelets), instead of withdrawing marrow from the hip. A week before the procedure I got two or three injections, (can't remember exactly) of a fairly new product at the time called Filgrastim. The idea is it increases the white blood cell count, which is what the donee needs, by fooling your body into thinking your sick. Well the day of the procedure I was sick as hell because I was overloaded with white cells, but about an hour into the apheresis I felt better. They called me every few months for several years and read off a list of potential side effects, none of which I had fortunately. Some of them were pretty serious.
The point is, they really never explained to me the possible danger of taking the drug, or potential long term effects. They did say it was new and they would follow up, but all I cared about was helping the sick guy. Now I think they use that drug for cancer patients on chemo to build their white count. I've seen the ads on TV. So basically, they were using marrow donors with good intentions as guinea pigs for a newish pharmaceutical. I'm not sorry I did it, but in hindsight I might have preferred the old way of donating marrow.
From what I have heard and read, this C19 vac is in some ways unlike any other before. To me, this is a big experiment and those who take it are the rats.
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