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dgdavis64
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Drugs.com lists "autism" as Tripedia vaccine...

Postby dgdavis64 » Wed Dec 10, 2008 3:30 pm

"adverse reaction!!" :shock:

I wonder what they know that everyone else doesn't:

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http://www.drugs.com/ppa/diphtheria-tet ... -tdap.html

Tripedia
Drowsiness (29%); irritability (25%); anorexia (10%); fussiness (6%); autism, convulsion, encephalopathy, grand mal convulsion, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence (postmarketing).


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mikselva
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Postby mikselva » Sat Dec 13, 2008 9:03 am

Adverse Reactions
Cardiovascular
Boostrix
Myocarditis (postmarketing).

Daptacel
Cyanosis (postmarketing).

Infanrix
Cyanosis (postmarketing).

CNS
Adacel
Headache (44%); tiredness (30%); hyposthesia, paresthesia, vasovagal syncope (postmarketing).

Boostrix
Headache (43%); fatigue (37%); convulsion, encephalitis, facial palsy, paresthesia (postmarketing).

Daptacel
Fussines (76%); fretfulness (40%); drowsiness (33%); anorexia (11%); convulsions, febrile convulsion, grand mal convulsion, hypotonia, hypotonic-hyporesponsive episode, partial seizures, somnolence, screaming (postmarketing).

Infanrix
Drowsiness (38%); anorexia (12%); fussiness (9%); convulsions, crying, encephalopathy, hypotonia, hypotonic-hyporesponsive episode, irritability, somnolence (postmarketing).

Tripedia
Drowsiness (29%); irritability (25%); anorexia (10%); fussiness (6%); autism, convulsion, encephalopathy, grand mal convulsion, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence (postmarketing).

Dermatologic
Adacel
Rash (3%); pruritus, urticaria (postmarketing).

Boostrix
Exanthem, Henoch-Schonlein purpura, rash (postmarketing).

Infanrix
Erythema, pruritus, rash, urticaria (postmarketing).

GI
Adacel
Nausea (13%); diarrhea (10%); vomiting (5%).

Boostrix
GI symptoms including abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting (26%).

Daptacel
Vomiting (7%); diarrhea, nausea (postmarketing).

Infanrix
Vomiting (7%); diarrhea, intussusception (postmarketing).

Tripedia
Vomiting (5%).

Hematologic-Lymphatic
Adacel
Lymph node swelling (7%).

Boostrix
Lymphadenitis, lymphadenopathy (postmarketing).

Infanrix
Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, lymphadenopathy, thrombocytopenia (postmarketing).

Tripedia
Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (postmarketing).

Hypersensitivity
Boostrix
Anaphylactic reaction, arthus-type hypersensitivity.

Daptacel
Allergic reaction, anaphylactic reaction (edema, face edema, face swelling, generalized rash and other types of rash, pruritus), hypersensitivity (postmarketing).

Infanrix
Anaphylactic reaction, hypersensitivity (postmarketing).

Tripedia
Anaphylactic reaction (postmarketing).

Local
Adacel
Pain (78%); erythema (25%); swelling (21%); injection-site bruising, sterile abscess (postmarketing).

Boostrix
Pain (75%); redness (48%); swelling (39%); increase in arm circumference (28%); induration, inflammation, local reaction, mass, nodule, warmth (postmarketing).

Daptacel
Tenderness (50%); increased arm circumference (30%); redness (17%); swelling (12%); cellulitis, injection-site abscess, injection-site mass, injection-site nodule, injection-site pain, injection-site rash.

Infanrix
Redness (59%); swelling (50%); pain (27%); injection-site reactions (postmarketing).

Tripedia
Redness (33%); swelling (28%); pain (21%).

Musculoskeletal
Adacel
Body ache or muscle weakness (30%); sore and swollen joints (11%); muscle spasms, myelitis, myositis (postmarketing).

Boostrix
Arthralgia, back pain, myalgia (postmarketing).

Infanrix
Limb swelling (postmarketing).

Miscellaneous
Adacel
Chills (15%); fever (5%).

Boostrix
Fever (14%); insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (postmarketing).

Daptacel
Crying (59%); decreased activity (51%); fever (24%).

Infanrix
Fever (7%); cellulitis, ear pain, respiratory tract infection, sudden infant death syndrome (postmarketing).

Tripedia
Fever (25%); apnea, sudden infant death syndrome (postmarketing).



If the pediatrician handed you this at the doctor's office instead of the CDC's little side effect sheet, people would RUN the other way. SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME as a side effect!!!!! But vaccines are "supersafe"! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

dgdavis64
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Postby dgdavis64 » Fri Dec 19, 2008 9:50 am

I was so surprised that they listed autism as a side effect, I didn't notice any of the other shockers!! :shock:

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