In most cases, vaccination is meant to prevent diseases, but have you ever thought of vaccine side effects in adults?
Have you ever known that the same vaccines can result into serious injuries, allergic reactions, weakness, numbness, etc? First, some vaccines are never well tested. Medical professionals typically create a vaccine, give it a short trial, and then begin injecting it into adults. In many cases, when adults are vaccinated, there’s no control group to compare them with, so the all the parties involved can’t actually tell if the vaccine was safe and effective or not.
Unnecessary Protection by the Government
As a matter of fact, you’d think that before a certain vaccine is administered to the general population, It must have been studied and tested for years, but the pharmaceutical companies that manufacture the drugs are completely protected from lawsuits by the government. Therefore, they don’t really feel the need to extensively test their products. In other words, during adult vaccination exercise, you’re the guinea pigs in a massive experiment with no one to monitor the results.
This is one of the most common vaccine side effects in adults. As mentioned earlier, due to unnecessary cover-up, drug regulatory authorities might approve some vaccines which contain one or more neurotoxins that may cause long-term damage to brain cells and structures when injected into your body. If the damage is large, it might lead to chronic illnesses that require injury help.
This side effect of vaccination is mostly symbolized by severe shoulder pain, numbness and weakness. It results when Brachial Plexus nerve that links the spine to shoulder, arm and hands is damaged. Such symptoms will usually occur without any kind of physical injury and are extremely painful.
Another form of nerve damage is Traverse Myelitis that causes inflammation on both sides of the spinal cord. Others are Narcolepsy (affects brain’s ability to control sleep-wake cycles), Guillain Barre Syndrome (attacks peripheral nervous system) and Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating (causes weakness and impaired sensation in arms and legs). Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating is caused by inflammation of the myelin sheath that protects nerve fibers and is more likely to affect young men as compared to women.
Pneumonia Vaccine Side Effects in Adults
This disease is characterized by inflammation of the lungs. Congestion may also occur. The common cause of Pneumonia is bacterial infection caused by streptococcus pneumoniae. The pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine is normally in the form of a liquid which is injected epidermally or muscularly to adults, especially diabetics, senior adults and people with chronic heart condition or lung infection. The side effects include pain, redness, swelling at the point of injection, fever, muscle aches, headaches, dizziness, allergic reactions and difficulties in breathing.