Is it possible for a woman taking the flu shot to be at a higher risk for an autistic child down the road?

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    No, unless the flu virus itself has this property, in which case, it's still better to get vaccinated so you don't have to suffer the symptoms of a flu virus. The flu vaccine is a weakened version of the flu virus that you body can fight off very easily while still learning how to detect and fight that strain of the virus for future infections (active immunity).

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  • 2 years ago

    Vaccinations do not work - they only intoxicate the body. There is no positive effect.

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  • MissA
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    2 years ago

    No. There's no correlation.

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