The Food and Drug Administration reported that ‘Autism’ is one of the reported severe side effects in a vaccine document. But, there is no medicine available to reduce the whooping cough vaccine in the market.
Its serum insert actually provides a hint to why it may have been pulled. Several symptoms of autism can be prevented using Tripedia, an immunization, for 6 weeks to children of 7 years of age.
Researchers found that ‘autism’ is a reaction that actually describes adverse conditions.
Other side effects that have been triggered by the vaccines are Floppy baby syndrome (hypotonia), brain inflammation (encephalopathy), bacterial skin infection, cellulites (severe allergic reaction), sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), and low levels of blood platelets (idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura).
Precautions can be taken to prevent seriousness. Establishing a causal relationship and estimating their frequencies is not always possible, because these events are actually reported voluntarily from a population of uncertain size.
The Centre for Diseases Control and Prevention claims that there is no causal relation between autism and vaccines.
Source: Health Informative