BEWARE VACCINATIONS WHILE IN RECOVERY FROM F.S./ M.E./ CFIDS/ FIBRO
http://chetday .com /janecfids .html
i believe my condition is a protracted immune response (overresponse) to a viral infection (this virus initially causing a separate disease). i essentially became hypersensitive to a number of things- noise, light, heights, chemicals, small spaces, and the flu virus; had none of these before, now over the last 3 years improved a bit. early in the illness i asked a dr should I get flu shot, having fatigue condition. he said 'good question' -! I decided not to anyway - couldn't risk the unknown. anyway, i've since avoided any shots. was chatting w cousin just yest., he said a friend of his had fatigue for 8 years, got well enough to travel a bit, got the shot, and got knocked on his @ss straightaway - another 5 years of heII to serve.
this article describes such a thing, just fyi everyone.
the article isn't talking about a cfs-causing virus, but the effects of immunisation in a person with cfs symptoms
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