Flu shot miscarriage link Cat Abbott 2 kids; British Columbia 1389 posts5th Oct '12
I think every woman should look into this for herself and not just get a flu vaccine because you are told to. This article summarizes a study published last month that confirms a link between H1N1 vaccination and increased risk of miscarriage. Many people are not aware that the current flu vaccine also includes the swine flu vaccine. Flu vaccines also contain thimerosal, which is of course toxic. Just wanted to encourage pregnant women to look into it for themselves.
Elly.and.Kelly 18 kids; Alberta 209 posts5th Oct '12
Seriously? I had that vaccine and had a miscarriage about a year later it makes me think that I could of had my baby right now if I didnt get the vacccine:(
Arianna's Mama =] TTC since Mar 2011; 49 kids; Unadilla, New York 3023 posts5th Oct '12
Quoting Ell.bear:" Seriously? I had that vaccine and had a miscarriage about a year later it makes me think that I could of had my baby right now if I didnt get the vacccine:("
Cat Abbott 2 kids; British Columbia 1389 posts5th Oct '12
So sorry for your losses! :( There really is no way to know. I think it was looking at those who get the flu shot when they are already pregnant. I wouldn't think it would cause miscarriage a year later, but I am of the opinion that the flu vaccine carries many more health risks than benefits, so who knows? Other people may disagree with me, and that's fine too, I just want people to investigate for themselves before getting injected with something potentially toxic.
Shirley Goldsworthy Due April 18; 16 kids; Madison Heights, Michigan 23 posts8th Oct '12
This scares me because I am 32 weeks pregnant and had a check up last week and got a flu shot after asking a million.questions of course because it just didn't seem right to me. The only reason why I got it was because she assured me time and time again it doesn't affect my. unborn child. And now there might be a possibility it does?