I am 23 year old Male From Australia ( I am Indian ) .. I went today in our Australian Government Clinic for my HIV AND HEPATITIS B test result.. They all came back Negative (Thanks to God) .. They told me that i am not immune to Hepatitis B .. Then Nurse offered me an immunisation .. The vaccine .. She Gave The Vaccine On My Shoulder and told me to come after one month as there are other 2 Doses left for vaccines .. I READ ON INTERNET ALL OVER THAT HEP B VACCINATION IS NOT GOOD AT ALL AND HAVE SEVERE SIDE EFFECT.. I Am Scared and Stressed .. Help me please.. Please
THANK YOU SOO MUCH.. So can i stop taking vaccine? I mean i took one dose today .. But i was also thinking the same to stop now.. Can i stop now n continue with my life.. No more doses.. There are two doses left.. And i dont want to take as some says that they are having severe side effects
its your choice, sides depends on how your body/immune system is strong
to lower vaccines sides you may:
use liposomal gsh, which will help clear metals in the vaccine
make your serum level of vit d to 80-100ng/ml, this will boost immune system and avoid bad modulation of it due to vaccine
I think it is RUBBISH to say "THAT HEP B VACCINATION IS NOT GOOD AT ALL AND HAVE SEVERE SIDE EFFECT". I think you make up this FALSE information, The HEP B VACCINE IS VERY SAFE AND EFFECTIVE. If you are a injection drug user or have many sexual partners, including men, you should be vaccinated for your own good
Stef, not 100% true that ALL adults clear infection. 90% do clear it, yes but there is a small percentage that do not clear it.
As for the original poster's question.. please finish the series of vaccinations. It is harmless. The side effects you read about are very rare. Also, I think 1 month apart is too soon according to the vaccination schedules but check with your doctor. Australia may have different rules than the USA.
no the first real study with good number of patients found 2.8%
vaccines can have sides effect due to preservatives used, it is the person choice to balance the benefits against rare sides or possibly choose the best vaccines cleared of the old mercury preservatives but:
if area has no hbv cases or very few
if he is not interested in sex out of marriage or without condom
the chances to be infected are so low, to get chronic even lower (2.8% is usually insignificant statistically), he may choose not to go on with vaccine
for example if my liver will clear even nodules i ll never get HAV vaccine, the chances to get damage from HAV and to get it are so low to make it useless for me
on the contrary if i still have a liver with nodules maybe i ll do it once hbv is cleared
there are pros and cons, for example:
a drug user must have it, he has no immune system and surely will go chronic.plus he will have so many chances to meet hbv in used needdles
or a person having promiscuous sex
or living in india, china or philippines where hbv is very common
when there are no risks i think it should be mandatory only for infected mothers.some countries like italy and i guess many european coutries which had mass vaccinations have almost no new hbv cases around
Thank you soo much all of you for the replies.. Guys i am not a drug user nor a guy who have sex with men and on top of that i am not having even multiple female partners.. I don't know why that nurse offers me an vaccination .. I am very stressed out.. Should it will be ok to not having the 2 following dose? Is this vaccine's are really harmful?
Should it will be ok to not having the 2 following dose?
its your choice, i d go on with vit d serum normalization by supplements of d3 10.000iu daily and liposomal GSH.sides are rare and with these 2 supplements theorically you should have none
Is this vaccine's are really harmful?
it depends to brands and your immune status.examples:
there are still many brands of vaccines with old preservatives, it is very difficult to know which ones are full of shi* and which are clean because by corruption they are allowed not to report mercury and other harmful preservatives.when looking for a HAV vaccine time ago i found a website with all brands of all vaccines and all preservatives.some countries banned those preservatives so there are producers of good and clean vaccines for almost all viruses.both hbv and hav vaccine had a brand clean of old preservatives
what damage can you get from old preservatives in vaccines?
an exagerated th1 response which may make damage or allergies.having high levels of vit d in your blood (50-100ng/ml) prevents excessive immune response and modulates th1, th2, th17
the worst preservatives had mercury, they name it many ways but it is still harmful mercury.why are some brands still using it?it is extremely cheap compared to new safer compounds
liposomal or injected GSH chelates metals, mercury included
what is the damage of these metals?
neurotoxic damage, especially for weaker babies
i am not 100% sure but i remember some reading about australia and ban on old preservatives in vaccines
Stef thanks so much for the detail reply .. The Vaccine Name is H-B VAX II (Adult Formulation) and its a MONOVALENT VACCINE WITH THREE DOSES.. One dose today , Second Dose After One Month from First Dose And Third Dose After 6 Months From First Dose... I Hope This Details Would Help You In Finding as the vaccine is Safe or not? .. Awaiting reply .. THANK YOU SO SO MUCH FOR ALL THE HELP.. THANKS ALOT
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The formaldehyde theory of carcinogenesis was proposed in 1978. In 1987 the U.S. EPA classified it as a probable human carcinogen, and after more studies the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in 1995 also classified it as a probable human carcinogen. Further information and evaluation of all known data led the IARC to reclassify formaldehyde as a known human carcinogen associated with nasal sinus cancer and nasopharyngeal cancer. Recent studies have also shown a positive correlation between exposure to formaldehyde and the development of leukemia, particularly myeloid leukemia.
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