Reply To: Hospital Pharmacy — GBS and Vaccination: Usually Unrelated
When my mother went to get her flu shot she had to sign a disclaimer that read something to the effect of “I have never had GBS”.
Now, if the government requires a signed waiver saying you’ve never had GBS before getting a vaccine – what makes anyone think the two aren’t related? Why would you have to sign a waiver saying you’ve never had GBS if the government didn’t think you could get GBS from a vaccine? And also, why would you have to sign that waiver if they didn’t think your GBS would either come back or get worse from the vaccine?
The government doesn’t always share ALL the info.
I think there are plenty of people who (used) to post here that did get GBS or CIDP after being vaccinated. My daughter was one of them. She was in the hospital & unable to even feed herself within weeks of a her 1st and only flu shot. Months before she got her 5 year vaccines & within weeks she was complaining of pain in her feet. Coincidence? Maybe. But I’m not ever going to believe a vaccine can’t make a person sick…there is just too much evidence to suggest they can & do.
For the record, I’m not a conspiracy theorist. I do not think the government has secret facilities where they study aliens, I do not believe in zombie day & I do not believe the world is going to end later this year.
GH – Just wondering – how many hours a week would you say you spend researching vaccine reactions?