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Posted by Robyn on August 30, 2003 at 15:44:52:

Ok Dr., my last posting said that I had low antibody counts on my MMR titer, after already having had 2 doses of the MMR vaccine. I went back to the clinic and got copies of my records and the antibody counts are low on Rubella, Rubeola, and non-existant for Mumps. To me, this is strange, since I've had 2 MMR doses.

Do you know what the problem is, or do you know someone that does?

Robyn



Re: vaccine follow-up

Posted by Walt Stoll on August 31, 2003 at 09:35:05:

In Reply to: vaccine follow-up posted by Robyn on August 30, 2003 at 15:44:52:

Hi, Robyn.

This is disturbing to me as well. If the doc who has done the MMRs does not know how to work out the cause(s) he needs to refer you to an immunologist.

Let us know what you learn.

Walt

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Re: vaccine follow-up

Posted by MaryC on September 01, 2003 at 14:56:47:

In Reply to: vaccine follow-up posted by Robyn on August 30, 2003 at 15:44:52:

Did you have the vaccines recently or several years ago???

If you had them several years ago, you may not have many antibodies left against the diseases.

In the early 1990's, I found out the MMR shots I got in childhood and adolescence had worn off. That was the first time I learned vaccines don't last forever. There had been a measles epidemic in the area and I got another shot for MMR at the same time as my infant son.



Re: vaccine follow-up

Posted by Mary K. on September 01, 2003 at 22:09:05:

In Reply to: vaccine follow-up posted by Robyn on August 30, 2003 at 15:44:52:

Thank God they wear off. Maybe there is hope for all of us that were vaccinated and/or vaccinated our children prior to finding out the truth!!!!!!



Re: vaccine follow-up

Posted by Robyn on September 01, 2003 at 22:46:33:

In Reply to: Re: vaccine follow-up posted by Mary K. on September 01, 2003 at 22:09:05:

Truth? In what?



Re: vaccine follow-up

Posted by Robyn on September 01, 2003 at 22:49:26:

In Reply to: Re: vaccine follow-up posted by MaryC on September 01, 2003 at 14:56:47:

Well, I'm only 19. Either way, they should still be active in my system.

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Re: vaccine follow-up

Posted by R. on September 02, 2003 at 01:14:55:

In Reply to: Re: vaccine follow-up posted by Robyn on September 01, 2003 at 22:46:33:

Perhaps, she meant that popular vaccines haven't been proven effective and safe. Here are some sources of info you might want to peruse:

- http://www.healthsentinel.com/Vaccines/
- http://www.whale.to/vaccines.html
- articles on Dr. Mercola's site



This is my worry

Posted by Robyn on September 02, 2003 at 12:22:52:

In Reply to: Re: vaccine follow-up posted by R. on September 02, 2003 at 01:14:55:

I received my second vaccine in 1998 due to this event where I lived http://www.whale.to/vaccines/measles.3.html

At the time I didn't know this was happening. Right now, I confused as to why I'm STILL NOT immune. I'll be enter the occupational health field within the next year....I don't want to be at risk for getting sick....but I don't know if getting another vaccine will make the slightest bit of difference in the long run or not.....and if not, what are continual vaccines going to do to my body/immune system?


-Robyn



Re: This is my worry

Posted by MaryC on September 02, 2003 at 20:13:56:

In Reply to: This is my worry posted by Robyn on September 02, 2003 at 12:22:52:

In my earlier post, I forgot to say some older university students (18 or 19)also got the measles during the epidemic in the arly 1990's. But I do not recall if they had ever had a vaccine or not. That part of Texas is notorious for the number of unvaccinated adults and children due to proximity with Mexico.

The military routinely vaccinates all recruits for childhood and other diseases during the first week. The shorter-than-expected life of vaccines may be why.



Re: This is my worry

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 03, 2003 at 08:06:05:

In Reply to: Re: This is my worry posted by MaryC on September 02, 2003 at 20:13:56:

Mary, C.

There are a number of articles about this in the immunization archives. Many of which indicate that vaccination has actually routinely increased the incidence of the illness being vaccinated against.

Spend a few hours in that archive and let us know what you think.

Walt



Re: This is my worry

Posted by Miss Bliss on September 03, 2003 at 08:29:25:

In Reply to: Re: This is my worry posted by Walt Stoll on September 03, 2003 at 08:06:05:

My partner routinely gets his flu shot done once a year, and guess what, he always gets the flu, each year

I NEVER get the shot (dont believe in it), AND I NEVER get a flu or a virus. The last time I can even recall getting a flu or a virus, was about 10 years ago or more.



Re: This is my worry

Posted by R. on September 03, 2003 at 17:38:39:

In Reply to: Re: This is my worry posted by Miss Bliss on September 03, 2003 at 08:29:25:

What virus are you talking about? Flu is also caused by viruses.

BTW, Bliss, IIRC, you have mentioned that you had gotten married. Then why do you keep referring to your husband as partner?

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Re: This is my worry (Archive in immunization.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 04, 2003 at 06:53:58:

In Reply to: Re: This is my worry posted by Miss Bliss on September 03, 2003 at 08:29:25:

Thanks, Miss.

I used to get the flu when I followed the party line and got my flu shot every year. However, once I learned better, I stopped getting them 25 years ago and have not had the flu since.

The allopathic monopoly has really gotten the populace brain washed!

Walt

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