Post-Vaccination Syndrome (PVS) is the medical diagnosis of a great number of symptoms due to vaccinations . It must be stressed that any symptom that manifests itself following vaccination and only disappears after treatment with the potentised vaccine is caused by the vaccine concerned.
PVS can be divided into acute and chronic. The main symptoms of the acute syndrome are fever, convulsions, absent-mindedness, encephalitis and/or meningitis, limbs swollen around the point of inoculation, whooping-type cough, bronchitis, diarrhea, somnolence, inconsolable crying, penetrating and heart-rending shrieking, fainting/shock, pneumonia, death.
By carefully studying and recording the symptoms your child experiences, we arrive at the following catalogue of chronic post-vaccination symptoms: colds, amber or green phlegm, inflamed eyes, loss of eye contact, squinting, hair loss, inflammation of the middle ear, bronchitis, expectoration, coughing, asthma, eczema, allergies, inflamed joints, autism, excessive thirst, diabetes, diarrhea, constipation, headaches, disturbed sleep with periods of waking and crying, epilepsy, rigidity of the back, muscle cramps, light-headedness, lack of concentration, loss of memory, growth disturbances, lack of coordination, disturbed development, behavioral problems such as fidgeting, aggressiveness, irritation, moodiness, emotional imbalance, confusion, loss of will-power, mental torpidity.
This list is incomplete as the symptoms of post-vaccination illness are extremely varied. The diagnosis is based not so much on the actual symptom as on the point of time of its appearance.
How We Can Help
We provide potentised homeopathic vaccines that can both prevent and reduce the harmful side effects of vaccinations. Dr Koles can also consult on a reasonable vaccination schedule for your child.
Usually the best method for chronic PVS is to administer specially potentised homeopathic vaccine (e.g. MMR) at four different potencies on four consecutive days. The granules are made from lactose and are absorbed quickly in the mouth or maybe dissolved in water. If the symptoms are aggravated after one of the four potencies it is always necessary to wait until the reaction is over before continuing treatment. In such cases the same potency is then repeated. This procedure is continued as long as necessary for the patient's reaction to cease, normally after one or two repeat doses. The series is then completed.
The remedy is safe. Side effects are very rare. The most common reaction is fever, which does not require further treatment. If the child is vulnerable, as for example as a result of serious vaccine-related complications or if over sensitivity is anticipated, each potency can be administered weekly.
MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT VACCINATION:
Like any medication, vaccinations can have potential side effects. It's important for parents to educate themselves about the pros and cons of vaccination. Talk to your pediatrician about your child's vaccine schedule, especially if any of your children had a negative reaction to a vaccine.
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