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Rotavirus from vaccine
Common Questions and Answers about Rotavirus from vaccine
My son is 2 months and just received his first shots yesterday including the rotavirus vaccine. I noticed that after his shots and today he has been pooping yellow colored like normal but it is very chunky. He is exclusively breast fed and always has a little bit of a seedy stool but this is very chunky. I'm Just curious if anyone knows if this is normal or not. Could it be from the rotavirus vaccine because they do ingest it. Thanks.
chicken pox) are being mixed into the MMR vaccine. I did not know what the rotavirusvaccine was for, and with many vaccines (i.e. the flu shot) I disagree with them because I believe the body needs to be able to build up those antibodies on its own. So, I want to keep a better eye on what he is getting and if one or two had been sneaked in, the opportunity to stop it.
So that was the first thing that got me upset. Then the nurse comes in and gets ready to give my son the rotavirusvaccine. I was like he has never had it. She proceeds to give it to him!! I was like um, can you ask the dr. about it? She was like fine. So he comes in and was like Im soo sorry!! I was like OMG! WHAT?! He was like we should have never given him the rotavirus vaccine, since he has never had it. He was like I assumed he had it before. I am freaking out!!!!!!!!
So I have my baby already but I am begging you all do research on vaccines before your baby arrives. I have my 8 week old girl and she just got her first set of shots and she's very sick after them she's been crying like never before her eyes are in so much pain her body gets so stiff. She has pooped at least 2 times every day since birth now she hasn't pooped since the vaccine it's been 4 days!!!!
There is no safe vaccine. Depending on where you live, you can have a religious, philosophical or medical exemption. Do your homework, you do NOT have to get your child vaccinated.
(name of clinic and doctor) Does he also have the Rotavirusvaccine? What do you think about how the vaccines are preserved? (electricity outages, etc.) What is the cost? Also, what do you think about going to the public hospital for some of the vaccines? (Pentavalente: diptheria, pertussis, etc.) We are in Jarabacoa, thank you so much for your help!!
He is having reddish rashes over his face and from today morning he had slight fever of 99 degrees F. In India immunisation schedule does not include Rotavirus & Pneumococcal. But due to doctor's insistence we agreed to give him the doses, although lately. Doctor is asking to give him one more Pneumocoaccal after baby attains 12 months age. My query is what is the reason behind this allergic reaction? Is it due to improper timing? & what else can be done now?
Thanks! They only gave us those papers the one time and I lost them when we moved (Seems like I lost a lot of things. lol). Anyways at birth she weighed 7lbs and she was having issues getting up to her ideal weight due to her severe reflux and milk intollerance. We FINALLY got that cleared up and at her appt I thought the nurse said she weighed 13lbs 2oz, but the dr said 13lbs 6oz. It's just a 4oz difference so I'm not too concernced with it.
My 18-month-old son is still recovering fromrotavirus. It started with vomiting during the night. He vomited more than 15 times in the course of only five hours. Then the diarrhea began. I took him to the emergency room as per our pediatrician, and they hooked him up to an IV for dehydration. After three hours, they sent us home. Once home, he was unable to keep anything down and the diarrhea only got worse. The next morning, he woke with a high fever, and we were back to the ER.
I initially eliminated citrus, dairy, eggs, and nuts from my diet, and have since also eliminated soy, sesame, chocolate, onions, and wheat, and have reduced my corn intake... and things have not gotten any better for having done so.
My dd got (at her 2 mth) -- 2nd Hep B, DTaP, Hib, PCV, IPV and Rotavirus (this one was an oral vaccine, so 5(!) shots and one oral). Some of these are available as combo vaccines (have to check which ones), but my ped said the manufacturer ran out so they did not have them.
s already made millions in the vaccination industry (he helped develop vaccine for the rotavirus), and he stands to make more if he gets this through...
He's one that swears that autism is not caused by mercury in vaccines... of course, don't let anything stop those mandatory vaccinations.
I've read several articles about, both, mercury and aluminum in vaccinations being prime causes of autism, but, of course, those who push the vaccines, deny it unequivocally.
I have a 22month old client with a trach and g-tube and she had rotavirus, this was like 2 weeks ago, causes diarrhea, i didnt go in to work while she had bcuz i didnt want to get anything on me and give it to Trinity. But ever since she has been in daycare she always get sick, now she has given her cold to me and LaDell, we both started taking vitamin c to hopefully prevent us from getting sick.
Well we had a party for him this weekend (ordered some meat and cheese trays from a large well known company) and 7 people including myself turned up sick. I had extreme vomitting, probably a total of 15 times, over one night. Other have had extreme diarrhea with a bit of vomitting. It lasted about 24 hrs and I am feeling slightly better today. What do you guys think it is??
I believe in vaccinations but I don't think that a small baby that does not have their immune system fully established should get bombarded by vaccinations. I believe in having the absolutely necessary vaccines but spacing them out so that hte baby has a chance to develop normally without much intervention. I hate unnecessary medical intervention even for me.
Anyway i also think that there are some vaccines that are not necessary like the the flu shot or the measels vaccine.
5 lbs at her 1 year check up, she lost 1 1/2 lbs fromrotavirus at admittance and upon discharge she weighed 18 lbs. A pediatrician who is a specialist thought she had celiac disease but testing came back negative. Her pediatrician asked to see her at 18 months to follow up. We followed up on October 8 and she still weighed 18 lbs, He did a panel of testing, which included the typical CBC's, Iron and then Diabetes, Thyroid Function, Growth Hormone Deficiency and a retest for Celiac.
It may not cause much harm except that it may interfere to some extent with the immune response to the vaccine. Pneumonia vaccine is an inactivated vaccine containing only a portion of the microbe; therefore the vaccines cannot possibly cause pneumococcal disease. Neither will it cause any permanent immune system damage. It should in no way cause any serious future consequences. Do consult a local health care provider and discuss all your concerns. Hope it helps. Do keep us posted.
Yes, they come from different companies, the first vaccine has been developed from Dynavx, and the second one has been investigated by Inovio (http://www.inovio.com/products/infectious-disease-vaccines/hepatitis/).
Unfortunately, the progress of Hep B therapeutic vaccine from Inovio is very disappointed (not even in preclinical), compared with Hep C (in phase III, http://www.inovio.
Had unprotected sex a few weeks back but only oral. I remember getting a vaccine when I was in grade 7 and 9 but can’t recall what they were. Going to get tested this week cuz I’m scared. If it’s positive for hep B how has this infection effected my body? Is it acute or chronic?
t created the antibodies, still you got rid of warts from freezing them of, so getting vaccine shots will simply mean that your immune system now have relevant antibodies so whenever new infection appears your body remembers that infection and release antibodies. Am i right or its the other way around?
she had rotavirusfrom birth but that is sorting it self out and has been putting on weight steadly so we are sort of hoping that the sweat test will come back negative do i have a glimmer of hope for a misdiagnoses?
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