The Flu Vaccine Horror Story

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The Flu Vaccine Horror Story You Never Heard About

by Bill Sardi

Recently by Bill Sardi: Why Isn’t the H1N1 Pandemic Flu Being Investigated as a DesignedBioweapon?

Pregnant women face an unusual and stressful challenge this year. How do they really know, with all of the outright false and misleading information distributed by public health agencies, that this year’s flu shot is safe?

An online poll reveals 414 of 552 women (75%) would not undergo flu vaccination against the H1N1 pandemic flu. Yet pregnant women are considered to be in a high-risk group for flu-related mortality.

Pregnant women are chatting on internet message boards, and the following reports, if true, are a bit horrifying. Here are some from an About.com site, monitored by Krissi Danielsson. (Numbers refer to the online posting.)

Read this recent posting:

November 3, 2009 at 4:30 pm (8) Connie says: I also received the H1N1 vaccination on October 22nd, 2009 and went into labor on October 25th, at 16 weeks pregnant and we just heard the heartbeat and everything was fine with my pregnancy on October 16th, 2009, then on October 28th my water broke then on October 29th, I delivered a stillborn baby boy, and no one can tell me why…Everyone wants to say it did not come from the shot but I believe it did. My baby was growing at the correct pace and everyone wants to brush off the vaccination. I say if you have the vaccination and suffer a miscarriage if they are able to perform an autopsy have it done.

There are more stories like these:

October 26, 2009 at 11:07 am (2) Regrets says:| I got both vaccines on Thursday. I was 9 weeks pregnant. I miscarried on Sunday. I was told by several doctors to get these vaccines. Now I wish I followed my gut feeling and not get them at ALL!

October 29, 2009 at 8:33 am (3) :( says: I work in a hospital like setting and was told u2018the benefits outweigh the risks" 1am I got the vaccine, 3am I started bleeding and cramming, 3pm miscarried. You decide

October 31, 2009 at 1:29 pm| (4) sue says: I had the H1N1 vaccination and 24 hours later had a miscarriage

Frankly, these could all be coincidence, but then again, read this posting:

November 6, 2009 at 11:00 am (40) kathy-sd says: I’m from a town of 2000 in SD, there are several women pregnant and we are all due within a few weeks of each other. Four of us got the H1N1 vaccine 2 weeks ago and one by one each of us started to have preterm contractions. We are all due in Nov and Dec so we are further along than most of the people that lost their babies. There is no way you can tell us that our preterm labor was not caused by the H1N1 vaccine. It may look like a "fluke" to some people when these women are scattered all over the country but we are talking about 4 of us in our small community. My heart goes out to all of you that lost your babies.

There are more pregnancy/flu-shot horror stories involving stillbirths you can find here.

Yet pregnant women have been told that the vaccine is safe and they are told they are in a high-risk group for flu-related mortality. (Flu-related death does not appear to be due to the flu but rather the treatment for the flu. See here.)

The H1N1 pandemic vaccine has only recently undergone testing in pregnant females. A report says "To date, the vaccine appears to be well-tolerated, and no safety concerns related to the vaccine have arisen."

Poland rejects the vaccine

But a health minister in Poland speaks out on YouTube, stating that there are numerous websites for manufacturers of this year’s H1N1 pandemic flu vaccine, yet she cannot find reports of any unwanted side effects for these vaccines. Poland has elected to avoid use of the vaccine among pregnant women.

Polish health minister Zdrowia challenges her medical colleagues: "I would like you to visit any of these (vaccine manufacturer) websites and find any unwanted side effect. Any slightest thing, at least one, like allergical skin rash. That can happen even with using the safest medicine. There are none on those websites. It is a u2018perfect medicine’."

She then goes on to ask, why, if this vaccine is perfectly safe, do manufacturers seek exemption from legal recourse by patients harmed by the vaccine?

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