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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Most claim that is causes autism because they get the "signs" of it around the same time the shot is given. Pure coincidence. By that token, I can assume moving house causes autism as we did that shortly before my son was diagnosed. Probably shouldn't move house again just in case.

    ETA: I get beyond irrationally angry at people who claim they don't vaccinate because of autism, because basically all that sounds like in my head is "I would rather my child risk death than be like your child".
    We got pregnant the same month we were told to get a diagnosis for DD. Therefore parental sex causes autism.

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    Nope but if she does get preggo she will be told about getting the vax at 28wks. Plus if she is anti vax and wants to send her kids to daycare some centres don't take kids that haven't had their shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    We got pregnant the same month we were told to get a diagnosis for DD. Therefore parental sex causes autism.
    We didn't get pregnant. But we did have sex sometime that month. So that has to be it for sure. That's 100% anecdotal evidence. As good as gold.

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    Loving these replies

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    I remember when I was pregnant with DS2. My friend who was also pregnant was traveling with me somewhere, and 2 research results came out in the same week.

    Eating red meat while pregnant causes autism.
    And women who do not have morning sickness can cause their children to have autism, and for those who did have morning sickness had children who are apparently very smart, so the worse your morning sickness the smarter your child was.

    My friend and I had just left the steakhouse and neither of us had morning sickness. It was pretty funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post

    Eating red meat while pregnant causes autism.
    And women who do not have morning sickness can cause their children to have autism, and for those who did have morning sickness had children who are apparently very smart, so the worse your morning sickness the smarter your child was.
    I have 4 kids. 3 of my pregnancies I had a bit of nausea and minimal vomiting for only a few weeks. One pregnancy I had hyperemesis and vomited every day from a few days past ovulation right up until Bub was 2 weeks old. I was incredibly sick and bed ridden most of that pregnancy. He is the one of mine who has autism.

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    Great to hear, thanks for sharing!

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    Your friend got her qualifications out of a cornflake box. Any questions, ask your doctor.

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    This week Peppa pig causes autism.

    That's about how accurate she is

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Nope but if she does get preggo she will be told about getting the vax at 28wks. Plus if she is anti vax and wants to send her kids to daycare some centres don't take kids that haven't had their shots
    No centre in Victoria does (after Jan 2017).

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