How to Identify Common Diseases and Symptoms in Children


How to Identify Common Diseases and Symptoms in Children

Diseases and Symptoms in Children

This article aims to highlight the problems associated with diseases and symptoms in children. The paper was prepared by collaborating institution of the German Bundosphoros-Zollinger-Ellison syndrome study group “Pediatric Epistaxis-Pediatric Drug Surveillance”. Background: Since the unknown occurrence of childhood asthma and several other common childhood allergic diseases in vaccinated children living in Belarus; a population-based lung health survey was conducted. The analysis of data from this survey shows a higher incidence of complications of infections and allergies in vaccinated children. Hence, the paper highlights the problems of infections and allergy in childhood, focusing on two important areas, vaccines used in combination with unproven chemical substances, and occupational exposure to chemicals.


Children may be allergic to several substances used in preparing vaccines; some of these substances are preservatives, chemicals used in production of vaccines, and biological materials used in producing vaccines. Exposure to these substances may result in allergic reactions in some children. An interesting example is the reaction caused by bovine insulin-like growth factor (BGH), an artificial substance added to the vaccines. According to the studies, children who were subjected to BGH showed several signs of allergies including eczema, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, vomiting, and diarrhea. According to the studies, only one out of four children exposed to BGH and its derivatives showed negative reactions.


According to recent reports, several vaccines used in combination with chemical substances are the main causes of allergic reactions in vaccinated children. Among the substances affecting the immune system of children, viral infection and food allergens are believed to be the most harmful. However, most cases of adverse reactions reported so far have been associated with vaccines. More often, reactions to chicken pox vaccines or rotavirus vaccines were reported. However, most of these cases have been attributed to administration of contaminated vaccines.


Some of the symptoms of allergic reactions to vaccines include coughing, wheezing, tightness of chest, fast heart rate, and swelling of the face and hand. Children with asthma often experience symptoms similar to those induced by asthma. Asthma sensitization can cause asthmatic attacks, wheezing, and coughing. In addition, children suffering from chronic eczema often experience symptoms similar to those induced by eczema. The symptoms children suffer from after administration of the vaccines vary depending on the substance contained in the vaccine.


There are several diseases and symptoms in children that may cause allergic reactions to the vaccines; among them, serious infections are measles, rabies, chicken pox, and rotavirus. These diseases and symptoms in children can also be caused by the aluminum contained in the vaccines. To avoid these complications, you need to consult with your pediatrician on the importance of vaccines and the precautions that you need to take.


Your doctor will advise you on how to prevent your child from getting sick from diseases and symptoms in children caused by allergic reactions to the vaccines. During the immunization process, your child’s body is being injected with the viruses, bacteria, and organisms included in the vaccines. The immune system of children may not be strong enough to fight against foreign bodies if the vaccines stimulate the wrong response in their body. This causes the body to develop a strong protective shield that blocks the foreign substance entering the body.


If your child’s immune system is already weak, there is a possibility that he or she may develop an allergic reaction to the vaccines. It is important to remember that the immune system is supposed to protect your child; therefore, if it is already compromised, the immunity to the vaccines will be lower than normal. In this case, the child’s body will be more vulnerable to infections caused by the bacteria and viruses contained in the vaccination. Therefore, it is imperative that you monitor the health of your child regularly through a series of vaccinations.


You may also notice some common diseases and symptoms in children such as diarrhea, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, and skin rash. These signs and symptoms are caused by different factors. Some of them are related to the vaccines, while others are triggered by natural events. You will be able to identify which one of the vaccines has caused the reaction so that you can consult a doctor immediately.


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