Report a suspected adverse reaction
As confirmed by the VMD, adverse reactions to vaccines are severely under-reported. If you have suspected a vaccine reaction (at any time - including in the past) please report this via the following links:
UK: Report a suspected adverse reaction (use the quick links)
Non-UK: Report a suspected adverse reaction (and what to do)
Here is the list of adverse events known to be induced by vaccines (Schultz, 2007):
. Hair loss, hair color change at injection site
. Soreness, stiffness
. Refusal to eat
. Oral ulcers
. Behavioural changes
. Vitiligo (skin reactions)
. Weight loss (Cachexia)
. Reduced milk production
. Facial edema (swelling)
. Atopy (hereditary allergies)
. Respiratory disease
. Allergic uveitis (Blue Eye)
Severe Reactions triggered by Vaccines:
. Vaccine injection site sarcomas
. Anaphylaxis (rapidly progressing life-threatening allergic reaction)
. Arthritis, polyarthritis
. HOD hypertrophy osteodystrophy
. Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia
. Immune mediated thrombocytopenia (IMTP)
. Hemolytic disease of the newborn (Neonatal Isoerythrolysis)
. Disease or enhanced disease which the vaccine was designed
. Post vaccinal encephalitis or polyneuritis
. Abortion, congential anomalies, embryonic/fetal death,
failure to conceive
A real problem, as stated earlier, is that vets are not educated about these possible adverse reactions in college. Many reactions happen days, months or even years after a vaccine is given. Vets are not told about this, and therefore they are largely unaware of the damage caused by over-vaccination.
See also Why Over Vaccinating Is A Problem.
And Expert Guidelines/Other Vaccines.
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