Today I sit here as it’s a thought in the back of my mind. I am not trying to find someone or something to blame for my son’s autism. Let me tell you what I found out and tell me it’s not a coincidence. Can’t help but wonder.
I was reading a lawyers website about the vaccinations and the companies that had mercury in their shots. I signed up with the lawyer only to find out it was well over three years so they couldn’t help me. They are keeping me in their database. It’s not the fact I wanted to sue someone for money as that was not my intentions for the contact. My intentions were if indeed the vaccinations did cause my sons autism then I wanted accountability from the manufacturer.
I first printed the list of manufacturers. Then I set that aside. I started writing down all the dates that Dakota was diagnosed or signs were being shown. At 4 1/2 months, Dakota started having these weird and funky blinking seizures. We were on a trip away from home when this happened. Then at 10 1/2 months, we noticed signs of autism. Those are the two that go way back. I know there is a third and I have it all written down but I can’t remember off hand.
I then pulled out the immunization records on Dakota. I circled the 4 1/2 months and around 10 1/2 months. Keep in mind that some of his immunizations were late due to trying to figure out his seizures. Well, low and behold when I pulled out the manufacturer list there was a manufacturer on that list that contained mercury. So I can’t help but wonder if this just a coincidence or was it the vaccinations. Some say yes and some say no. I am not writing this up to start a debate. This is just my pondering thoughts talking. Did you ever think about that with your children?
Dakota then back in 2005 had his first MMR shot well he was one of the kids that had a seizure from it. I also heard somewhere they were thinking the MMR shot caused autism. Well if it does he was long diagnosed before this shot happened.
Maybe later this weekend I might post some videos from youtube about the pros and cons of what these specialists say. Whether or not they really do or don’t is yet to be determined. Again I am not trying to start a debate as I know this is a very touchy subject.