Childhood Vaccines Against Autism – Parents' dilemma
As a parent of four children, I still vividly remember the weakness my children had vaccinated – not because of the relationship between vaccines and autism – not long before the rumors started. I realized that my children would have to suffer even the slightest pain from the needles that would give this unknown material to my children. This in all known accounts protects them against the adverse effects of devastating diseases. I remember the weeks before the appointment to prepare myself and my husband for the "fatal day" when I would listen to them to shout in pain and look at me with these big brown eyes and silently ask, "Why did you let me do this to me But I also remember that a small dose of Tylenol baby and a lot of hugs and kisses, after all physicians went to sleep, went to sleep as if a dreaded shot had never happened. While these were very bad days and more evidence was being attacked the fact that there is really a connection between vaccines and autism, I find myself desiring the simple days when the only concern was a small tie on the baby's expensive skin and a few minutes of pain. the thing that matters is that her children were inoculated and had no doubt about it. But that was then – that's right now.Marry and I got married We went to 1980 in the hope of the future to have our children. Before 1980, autism was diagnosed in 1 out of every 10,000 children. Twenty-eight years later, according to the National Institute of Health, the disorder of autism affects every 250 children, and this number increases by 10% a year. My son, born in 1984, diagnosed autism at 5 years of age. My daughter and the youngest child were born in 1990 and diagnosed with autism at four years of age. At that time, the questions you asked about "were unusual at the time your child was born" and "were babies inoculated" were strange questions, but because of the lack of my knowledge of autism, it is a shock to find out that my children "despised" I answered the questions blindly and honestly hoping to tell me that they gave a reasonable explanation of why I had two or four children, but there are still two. Scientific evidence does not yet prove the connection between autism and vaccines, both scientific and medical communities agree that further research should be carried out before any link can be completely rejected. With increasing autistic and vaccine-related rumors and a growing number of families with autistic children, including many of the celebrity's parents, many families have opted for alternative vaccination programs or no vaccine at all. The dangers of these decisions are frightening, but as a parent of two autistic children, I understand the dilemma. What exactly is the relationship between autism and vaccines? Autism and Thimerosal The first relationship with autism and vaccines comes through a Thimerosal preservative. Thimerosal is a preservative in many vaccinations. Thimerosal contains 46.9% ethyl mercury. Mercury is the second most dangerous natural substance for humans besides uranium. Mercury has been shown to cause neurological damage, including diseases, and pregnant women are being warned about consuming mercury, such as fish consumption. Autism and autistic spectrum disorders are neurological disorders. Although the CDC claims that the vaccines no longer contain Thimerosal, it should be noted that drug manufacturers were not banned but strongly encouraged to reduce the amount found in each vaccine. Seventeen injections contain Thimerosal, including flu shot. Although new vaccines are produced without thimerosal, preservatives containing preservatives are still administered throughout the country. Another suspicion that the vaccines are linked to autism is derived from the amount of vaccine that children receive. In 1985, when my son diagnosed with autism was one year old, the infants received four injections containing thimerosal. In 1991, when my daughter diagnosed autism, she was one year old and when the rate of autism began to increase, babies received eleven vaccinations with Thimerosal. A physician who remains anonymous claims that "In the 1980s, childhood children were given eight vaccinations in childhood and received thirty years, so thirty, all public health fears, such as smallpox or anthrax, will inevitably rise." Twenty years later, children can easily receive the 40 injections and, as some members of the medical community support it, parents are vaccinated without knowing the risks and telling the patients not to take my word. CDC or APA, but for themselves research, in the same myth that non-vaccinated children can not attend the public school, only a few read the fine prints and even fewer inform them. I was a parent as many who have never read the fine prints about the effects of needling on my children I thought as a great majority of my parents it was vital for my children to shoot the shots They are not only those of them, but also other children from fatal illnesses. While I find myself in a strange position with regard to the controversy about vaccination and autism, I do not take anything – it does not fall into one side of the debate. They fall on the parents who love their children and want the best they can. Now, autism is not a fear, this is a reality that I have to face every day. While I do not have to feel anxiety when my children have to suffer physical pain because of a ruthless shot, I see the painful obstacles they face in this fast-paced world and seemingly have no time to slow down the reception of children who can not keep up and who have alternative they have to choose avenue in life. They said that her child would never be able to sit in a classroom at age five. They told me that my children, the autistic, will never be able to work, live, live alone, or keep a family. So, as a parent of the special needs of children, I had to break down these barriers and stereotypes and help my children – not at the mainstream level – but to the level of their individual ability and desire. The boy he was told will never sit in a classroom, honors and high school graduation until he decides to work. She has found her work that meets her, she has a driving license and has many friends, teachers, counselors and especially her family who have seen her struggle, but a fine young man seemed to grow. As my daughter struggles with more intense development issues, she is a kind, thoughtful and highly talented writer who has vowed to become a better writer than the author of Harry Potter books. Abandoning the Final Decision to Experts Yes, as parents, my husband and I are struggling with the disease, and I felt a great feeling for the parents of young children who have to decide whether to risk not vaccinating their children or risk being vaccinated. At the time we were inoculating our children, we were unaware of the relationship between autism and vaccines. Vaccines are proven useful in reducing the likelihood of many childhood illnesses, this is not a question. The best advice I can give my parents to do is research. Ask questions, read the gentle pressure of your child's donation on the drug if you decide to go on the road. The decision of doctors' experts is not the best idea. Their job is to do what they do medically – providing the best medical care for their children to know how. The final decision is made by the child's specialists and the best advisers – loving parents.
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