Scared for others

October 8, 2008 at 4:32 pm

I’ve been worrying a lot lately about others who will get the flu shot this year, and have a bad reaction, maybe a demyelinating illness. I wish all of the factors were publicized; so the public is informed, at least, and knows what to do if adverse symptoms develop. I think the flu shot should probably be banned, and I won’t be surprised if it is banned some day, when enough people are injured and the truth comes out, and the public reacts.

Last year, only the flu pamphlets were handed out to those who took the flu shot here. The flu reaction pamphlets were omitted; and I researched this on the net to find that the reason they were omitted, was because some people might read them and be scared to get the flu shot!!!

So that left a lot of people unprepared and unknowing when the reaction symptoms set in (me included). But I remembered from previous flu shots, these pamplets warned of sore muscles and headache, so I started my research, and found all my symptoms on the internet in the various GBS forums. (If the doctors and nurses could experience this illness themselves, they would have to go public with all the information).

I was told that 1 in 100,000 people have a reaction, but I don’t believe this is accurate. There must be many cases that are unreported or undiagnosed, or misdiagnosed. And then there are the factors: 3 % deaths, 10 % quadriplegia, 20 % paraplegia, 67 % partial paralysis and related symptoms. Maybe they are only counting the 3 % deaths in this 1 in 100,000 ratio. And what about the people who die later, of complications and health problems induced by their flu reaction. Would these deaths be reported in the ratio? I wonder. Because, it is obvious that the medical profession is not being honest with the public, or even accountable for the results of the flu vaccine.