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Old 11-13-2006, 07:31 PM   #16
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Re: Interesting facts about vaccines

Serena, some times it can take several months for reactions to show up. But often the reactions are imediate, or almost imediate, but seem benign at first. Small things start and then over time they build. So the actual reaction was immediate, but the parent doesn't notice the reaction until a month or more later which of course makes it easier for Dr's to write off. But then even with imediate reactions Dr's often insist that the vax wasn't at fault. It seems that unless a child goes into anaphylactic shock within a few minutes of recieving the vax no Dr. wants to admit that it was a reaction.
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