My story begins with 2 months premature birth: the baby girl weighed only 1 kilogram. She received 2x vitamin K and we were in the maternity hospital for 6 weeks.
Everything went smoothly until the fateful day came - the first dose of vaccines!
The girl, weighing barely 2300g, went for vaccination, although she should have weighed at least 4-5kg. After the vaccination, she slept a lot and had too low body temperature (35 degrees Celsius and less).
Because she was premature, the pediatrician strongly insisted that she be vaccinated against pneumococcus, as she "has small lungs and can easily get sick." Unfortunately, I trusted her, and after receiving 2x and 3x doses of DiTePer and pneumococcal vaccine, blood sampling at 9 months of age followed on the same day (blood test results attached below clearly show that the toddler's condition became that way after vaccination).
A good hour later, the phone rings and SHOCK: the pediatrician is scared and tells me to call her urgently. The way there took forever, though only 10 mins away. The pediatrician explains that if I accidentally notice blood in the stool, gums or nose, I should seek medical help immediately and that the child has THROMBOCYTOPENIA!
I was shocked and speechless. I had no idea what it was, but when I started researching, I realized that this is a very serious condition: a child can’t hit herself, cut, fall, because she can die at the slightest fall! A child ‘MUST NOT BE A CHILD’.
Shortly afterwards, I discovered blood in the stool and rushed to the Ljubljana’s pediatric clinic, where the girl immediately received immunoglobulins (platelets), as she was in great danger. I cried like a baby - I won’t even comment on how many times they pinched her in the legs and arms, but in the end they managed to get the tubes into her limbs and head.
Every 2 or 3 weeks we had to have a blood drawn, where they kept saying that the girl is unfortunately not progressing.
Since the discovery of Thrombocytopenia, she has had very unusual rashes all over her body - doctors have claimed that this is due to low platelets in the blood, but they refuse to admit that the disease is a side effect of vaccines!
The child's illness hit me hard mentally. Out of sadness, fear, insecurity, I no longer see the meaning of life.
My child will never be vaccinated again, even if they kill me.