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Shocking H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine Miscarriage Stories From Pregnant Women

Shocking H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine Miscarriage Stories From Pregnant Women-Tell Your Doctors That Vaccines And Pregnancy Do Not Mix
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(Via Mercola.com)

"U.S. health authorities have made pregnant women one of the highest priority groups for getting the H1N1 swine flu vaccine, but is it actually safe for pregnant women and their babies? Well, the truth is that miscarriage reports from pregnant women who have taken the H1N1 swine flu vaccine are starting to pour in from all over the nation. Vaccines and pregnancy simply do not mix safely. In fact, the package inserts for the swine flu vaccines actually say that the safety of these vaccines for pregnant women has not been established.

What you are about to read below should shock and anger you. If they are telling us that the swine flu vaccine is not safe for children under 6 months of age, then why in the world would it be safe for pregnant women and their babies? That doesn't make an ounce of sense, does it?

The following H1N1 swine flu vaccine miscarriage horror stories are from a June 2010 birth club..."

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It is heartbreaking. I was looking for information on the H1N1 vaccine when I saw that there are over 200,000 results from Google. Do you think it is a problem? Latest reports show 28 US pregnant women have died and there have been many miscarriages.

I have written an article on how difficult it is to get pregnant after a miscarriage. Please see this site for more information: http://www.squidoo.com/getting-pregnant-after-miscarriage-yo...

The key is to conquer the grief (see how I did it), then check out a natural approach which focuses on building up the condition of your body. From experience I know ovulation is almost unpredictable. I feel so sorry for thoses mothers-to-be.

I'd think it would raise some eyebrows...

...that pregnant women have been made a high priority for the vaccine. If that in itself doesn't make one take pause, this should:

"...the package inserts for the swine flu vaccines actually say that the safety of these vaccines for pregnant women has not been established."

The tragic stories are heartbreaking. It is especially troubling to read that some of the health professionals were so quick to dismiss the possibility that the vaccines could've been responsible. Even if they were not, one would think it would've been worth checking into.

If some doctors are not even considering the possibility of a connection, how many adverse reactions are going unreported?

Doctors

are either arrogant, brainwashed, fearful of losing their license, too lazy to do their own research, or a combination of the above.

Your probably right about a lot of adverse reactions going unreported. They don't want the data to raise red flags.

So very sad - sympathies to all who have miscarried.

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this is very sad.

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