Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Protect Your Child From the Risk of Autism

As the parent of an autistic child, I have researched and researched all the information about autism, every crazy theory, every crazy therapy. We have tried everything suggested by experts.

We remember back to our son before he was diagnosed. Happy go lucky little boy that was very outgoing, made excellent eye contact and was very curious. Immediately following his 18 month immunizations he became withdrawn, stopped talking and seemed almost depressed as we describe it. We did not get a diagnosis for almost a year later.

The doctor assured us that his immunizations did not contain mercury. Mercury is not the culprit, but the immunizations are. Immunizations make brains swell up. We believe this swelling caused brain damage.

We believe in getting immunizations, however, we think that they should not be given in large quantities like the doctors want to do. Have your children get their immunizations one at a time. Each shot has multiple immunizations in it, so one shot at a time is enough.

If you want to reduce the risk of your child getting autism, demand to have only one immunization at a time. The doctor will fight you on this. It is a hassle to come back to the doctors office multiple times, but the additional visits are quick. You can just run in with your child and meet briefly with the nurse to receive another immunization.

From my experience I do not think that children should receive any immunizations before 6 months of age.

Each additional immunizations should be spread months apart, 2 weeks apart at a minimum.

Fight the doctor, it is worth your childs life.

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