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Lyme genes/Vaccine connection??

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease and Co-Infections' started by Tiger Lily 813, May 3, 2014.

  1. Tiger Lily 813

    Tiger Lily 813 Senior Member

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    Hi, I would like to emphasize the question mark in my thread title, because I am jumping to conclusions here based on a lot of info that I haven't researched well. This is a question, not a research finding.

    With that disclaimer said-- I did react poorly to the diptheria/tetanus/polio vaccine as a child (leg went stiff & I cried a lot, needed half doses of vaccinations going forward and never had this reaction again) and I wound up susceptible to Lyme disease.

    I know both Lyme and Autism have unusual methylation issues, but I haven't researched much about Autism because I don't fit that profile. But I know there are many that feel vaccination can cause Autism, so I was wondering if there could be a connection also to Lyme susceptibility.
     
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    Violeta Senior Member

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    Tiger Lily 813 Senior Member

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    Thank you so much for these links!! I'm learning a lot about the immune system now and this is the exact info that I need!
     
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    taroki Senior Member

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    Thanks for the links also, I am interested in detoxing vaccinations since I think it will help with my current health issues. Still working on Dr. Yasko's protocol right now.
     

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