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Icon 1 posted      Profile for Robin123     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote - a daily short program - lots of info about what's really going on with covid, and other vaccines, also about the nefarious histories of those paying for it all -
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I don't see how conspiracy theories are of a comfort or support or helpful to people suffering with Lyme disease.

Vaccines for several diseases have saved millions from an early death all over the world.

Anyone who is concerned about vaccines should consult a trusted doctor. Many people cannot tolerate vaccinations for many reasons. That does not mean avoiding vaccines is a good idea for all.

And it certainly doesn't mean you should trust and believe everything it suits you read on line. Very rarely can you learn "what's really going on" .


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While my one and only flu shot set me way back in my Lyme healing and caused myoclonic seizures, I am thankful for the vaccines I had during my childhood

I know several people who have reacted terribly to flu vaccines but like me they are not anti-vaccers.

Indeed, some of them are health care providers.

We depend on others to get vaccines so there is “herd immunity”

Think about polio. It didn’t just fade away here in the United States. Enough people got vaccinated so that there were not hosts for the vaccine to thrive. There is still polio in a few parts of the world where people have not received vaccines.

Like Ann suggested, don’t believe everything online and talk to your doctor or several doctors especially a good LLMD if you are considering vaccines or considering skipping vaccines.

And did you notice this Vrevealed website that Robin lists is asking for personal information and suggesting you give them your cell phone number. If this was a true medical informative website you would not have to sign up to listen to their information.


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Thanks Hiker and Ann. I recently got off social media again due to all this conspiracy theory stuff flooding my page. It was literally scaring the **** out of me and consuming my life. I was losing sleep. I still do.

Am I against vaccines ? Absolutely not. Do I believe in a parents right to space them out? Yes. Do I belive in mandating flu shots for students and Healthcare workers? Nope. Yes I'm in healthcare. Currently not working now.

Here in my state they mandated students to have them by 12/31. already there have been multiple protests at the state house and now a law suit.

The argument with many of the parents is that they aren't anti vaxxerss, they just don't want government reach. That is what scares people. I really wish we could all find a common ground.

There shouldn't be scare tactics. We shouldn't be denied a job or education for not taking a vaccine like flu or covid. Health and religious exemptions are legally protected but now in the times of Covid will they still?

I for one cannot chance taking another flu shot. I had an MMR and tetanus and flu shot all in a months time frame for college last fall. That's when the **** hit the fan. I truly believe that brought out my Bartonella. I was never the same. I'm in treatment now but it's been a battle and a half.

It's been the worst night mare for my family and I and mentally I'm a mess. Covid has not helped.

I dont know how I'm alive sometimes and that those vaccines didn't do more damage. Stupid choice on my part? Absolutely. Lesson learned, one of the worst lessons probably ever in my life. Sometimes I feel I'll truly never get to 100% and I have to live with that.

I also have a friend who had a flu shot and right after all his lyme symptoms came to a scary head (mainstream docs said it was MS)

If God for bid I have to have a vaccine I've been told to flood my body with water and take heavy binders. Ive even researched chelation therapy.

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