• MMRV Vaccines –A Much Higher Risk of Seizures on Infants

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    baby-vaccinations-20766358The MMRV vaccines are made up of components mixed up with other vaccine to form another vaccine, they are a combination of the MMR vaccine and the Varicella vaccine joined together in one dose. In fact the MMR vaccine itself is made up of a combination of different vaccines –they were synthesize to give us protection from Measles, Mumps and Rubella. On a recent study, it shows that the risk to cause seizures, in the 7-10 day period following the use of the MMRV vaccine, is found out to be twice as big as compared when receiving separate MMR & Varicella vaccines in the same day, for children 1 to-2 years old.
    If these vaccines are not giving us good results, then I think they should stop synthesizing them and put our lives in danger every time, the thing about these medicines is that they are trying to make human being as their testing subject. They introduced a new product and convince us how these vaccines are much improved and a lot better than the old product, but the truth is they haven’t really explored it yet that well and so, the consumers are the ones who reap all the side effects. We are so unprotected from these people and their medicines.

    The MMRV vaccine was developed for young children to reduce the number of needles they receive. However, the combined vaccine has been associated with slightly higher rates of febrile seizures.
    Febrile seizures can accompany high fever in young children; although distressing, they are not associated with ongoing health issues.
    “Combining MMR and varicella into a single vaccine decreases pain for children and distress for parents, thus addressing common barriers to vaccine uptake, and may improve vaccination coverage levels and decrease immunization delivery costs,” writes Dr. Shannon MacDonald, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary.

    “Febrile seizures are typically self-limiting and rarely have long-term effects, but they can be extremely distressing for parents, may precipitate acute care visits and may undermine confidence in immunization programs.”

    To determine whether there is an increased risk of febrile seizures from the combined vaccine, researchers looked at data on 227 774 children aged 12 to 23 months who received either …

    An estimated 95 percent of children that have experienced the effect of seizures cause by vaccines will not likely developed epilepsy. However, thou the risk remains insignificant, there are particular children that have febrile seizures will likely face an increase in risk of developing epilepsy. These include those who have extended febrile seizure that affects a particular part of the body, or if it is reoccurring within 24 hours. This type of medication should be investigated thoroughly because it deals with the health of the children. This should not be taken lightly, the government should to something about these issues and pledge to protect the interest of the interest of the people.

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