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Eczema is an allergy caused by vaccination

However....I got pretty upset (as in crying on the phone to my friend) a few days ago when I decided to do a quick google search on "aluminum salts" which is in the majority of vaccines. I came across the "Reference Data Sheet for Aluminum" and under "Health Effects" it said "Aluminum salts may cause eczema, conjunctivitis, dermatoses, and irritation of the upper respiratory system via hydrolysis-liberated acid." I watched both of Dr. Tenpenny's dvds the other day and she had mentioned how some people react to aluminum by getting a really ugly itchy rash or itchy lump under their skin. I immediately thought of my son's eczema and my stomach did a flip flop. That's why I decided to google it later and when I read that aluminum salts can CAUSE eczema I got really upset thinking that my son's eczema could possibly be a result of the aluminum salts he had injected into him. After that I got really angry. I don't think I'll ever let him or another child of mine get ANY vaxes. I think that was just the "last straw" for me. We've been dealing with his eczema for over a year now and it's so hard-- he wakes up crying and shaking every night saying his arms are burning and for us to put cream on him. It breaks my heart and it makes me so angry that I allowed something to be injected into his body that actually CAUSES eczema.

Eczema cases rise by 40% in four years

The number of eczema cases in England have risen more than 40 per cent in four years, researchers have said.

8:26AM GMT 23 Mar 2009

An estimated 5.8 million people were affected by the condition in 2005, an increase of 42 per cent from 2001, the study, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, showed. Researchers, led by Professor Aziz Sheikh at the University of Edinburgh, said the figures were expected to continue rising and added: "Eczema is now one of the most chronic conditions to effect the English population." Environmental factors, including the "frequency of bathing and use of soaps and detergents", may have contributed to the rise, along with better awareness and diagnosis, he said. By 2005, almost one in nine people had, at some point in their lives, been affected by eczema, the study found. The highest rate was in children aged between five and nine. Prescriptions increased by 57 per cent over the five-year study period to an estimated 13.7 million by 2005.


Atopic eczema can sometimes be caused by food allergens, especially before the age of one. Some studies of children and young people with atopic eczema found that one-third to nearly two-thirds also had a food allergy. Food allergies associated with eczema causes are typically:

Dairy products Eggs Nuts and seeds Soy products Wheat

Professor Williams and his international team analysed information from two worldwide surveys of asthma and allergy symptoms in children which was carried out by the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in childhood (ISAAC) between 1991 and 2001. ISAAC was formed in 1991 to facilitate research into asthma, allergic rhinitis and eczema by promoting a standardised methodology, and currently holds a Guinness World record for the largest epidemiological study in children.

Professor Williams and his team analysed over 300,000 children aged 13 to 14 years from 105 centres in 55 countries and nearly 190,000 children aged six to seven years from 64 centres in 35 countries....

Most of the biggest increases in the 13 to 14 age group were seen in developing countries such as Mexico, Chile, Kenya and Algeria and in seven countries in Southeast Asia.

[And here is why in Mexico: Since 1991, measles elimination efforts in Mexico have resulted in increasing coverage to more than 95% among children 1 through 6 years of age with 2 doses of either measles or measles-mumps-rubella vaccine since 1996 and in coverage of 97.6% among children 6 through 10 years of age since 1999. - bfg]

[And here is why in Kenya: Impact of Hib immunization in Kenya - bfg]

However, in six to seven year olds most countries showed significant increases over the five to ten year period.

Eczema and Vaccination, 2 month old I hope my story help in anyway to alleviate you baby's symptoms. My son was diagnosed with eczema when he was 2 mos old. He is 10mos now and just it is very much under control.  I felt then that it was caused by his immunizations. The outbreak occurred right after he had his first set of shots at 2 mos. old. His pediatrician denied that it has something to do with it.

Anyway, I kept an eye on it and it seems like his symptoms got aggravated the most when he had his shots.  We tried everything we can think of including researching it in Internet, taking my son to various Dr., dermatologists, allergists etc to no avail. We tried Chinese medicine and alternative medicines. He had it worst in his face and later developed to his arms. His ped. then prescribed oral prednisole at 4 mons for five days after his shots. His symptoms cleared after 2 days but came right back on the 4th day and worst. He was covered from head to toe. I was so frustrated and confused and could not bear looking at my child then the way he suffered. None of the steroids, eucerine or any emollient worked (we have a full cabinet of creams, lotions and potions of all that we tried). He itched tremendously and hardly sleeps because of it. 

His Dr then did allergy test and found that he was border line allergic to lactose but ok with eggs and wheat. (My son was still breast fed then). He scratched his face that we put mittens on all the time and sometimes tie his arms down so he could not scratch up his face. It was a definite pain to him and his mom and also. I finally found a cream in the Internet called 'skin-e-dip' . I bath him 2x a day with aveeno then apply the skin-e-dip to affected areas while still damp which gave my son relief from his itch and cleared his body but not his face. He was then changed to lactose free formula at 7 months but his face got worst.

Then I took him to a naturalpathic Dr. He tested him for food allergies and found that he was definitely allergic to one of the shots which he was given 3 times (at 2,4,6 mos), green veggies, lactose etc. He was then given homeopathic meds to detox from the shots poison and was put on goat milk. His dermatologist also had prescribed Protopic. Now my son is symptom free. Once in a while his cheeks get a flare-up then I just apply the  Protopic to clear it right away. Then he only uses Vanicream as body lotion. Things that I found to help include 1. bathe 2x briefly a day in Aveeno. 2. stay away from allergens 3. detox to remove existing toxins. 4. use protopic when flare -up. 5. use Vanicream as body lotion. Hope this will help to give some ideas on treating your baby. Bear in mind everyone is different and what may have helped my son may not work for yours. Kona'i'ulu


Eczema and Food Allergies: About one-third of eczema patients respond to food triggers. Eczema can make allergy testing difficult. It can make skin testing almost impossible. (In these cases, RAST tests may be useful). Food allergens can sometimes cause eczema to worsen or "flare up." In people with eczema and food allergies, strictly avoiding food allergens may help reduce or, occasionally, eliminate symptoms. Common Food Triggers for Eczema: The most common food triggers for eczema are eggs, milk, peanuts, soy, and wheat. Among these, eggs are probably associated the most strongly with eczema. Because of the high number of eczema patients who have food allergies, studies recommend that food allergy screening be a part of testing anyone newly diagnosed with eczema, especially children.>

"Most parents don’t realize how often baby eczema is triggered by food allergies – indeed, how often it is the first sign of food allergies. In one study, about 40 percent of babies with eczema had proven food allergies.1 And the more impressive the rash appears, the more likely there is a food allergy involved. For the third of babies with the worst eczema, more than 96 percent have a proven food allergy connection.2"

 Self Healing Video for the Frequency of Autism - The AIM Autism ...

 The Down Syndrome Scholarship Program was developed in March of 2006. .... In addition, her allergy to wheat had decreased greatly and her constant dribbling has ... but after her first vaccination she suddenly got bad eczema. ... and from then on my baby never slept longer than 1 hour straight, scratching, crying. ... - 33k 

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