Flu Vaccine Side Effects
Posted over a year ago
Is anyone reporting a rash similar to Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta or Pityriasis rosea from the flu vaccine? Thank you for your input. I look forward to your messages.
Greggw - My daughter and I have both had the acute form following our annual flu vaccine. My daughter's was more severe and was also confirmed with a punch biopsy
Loran - Hi Gregg, Thanks for your reply about PLEVA. I'm currently looking for an attorney to handle my lawsuit for medical malpractice. I believe that the vaccine was contaminated with PLEVA. I came down with it some 48 to 72 hours after being vaccinated. Nothing like this ever happened to me before from a vaccination. Did you completely recover from it, or does it return every month or so? I still have it though it's not as debilitating as it was at first..It was a very scary experience when it started coming on like gang busters all over my arms and legs. I'll never get vaccinated for anything ever again, as it's way too hazardous now with the prospect of PLEVA. I did a lot of research and found a couple ways to get rid of it with the assistance of a dermatologist. Loran
Loran - Hi there, I'm sorry for asking you if you got my message. I was having problems with my laptop at the time and really didn't know. If you or your daughter are still having problems with PLEVA, I can let you know what I've found that can cure it. I'm doing it now with the help of my dermatologist. Loran
Juannie - Hi Loran, couls you able to share how to cure it? I think i'm having Pityriasis rosea from the flu vaccine too! Juannie
Loran - Hi Juannie, I've been reading about people coming down with either rosea or the much more acute and dangerous form known as PLEVA from the flu shot. After a lot of research I discovered a couple of therapies that work for PLEVA, which is caused by a very rare bacteria. You may not need any treatment for rosea as it's not too dangerous and goes away on its own. But I know it's still a little unsightly and scary. For a long time there was no cure for PLEVA which could last for months if not years. But recently they've discovered that PLEVA responds to the antibiotic Azithromycin. The other thing that works is what they call photo or light therapy where the narrow band of UVB light is used to treat it. It's like going into a tanning booth, but instead of lying down, you stand up while being treated in the office of a dermatologist. A couple of supplements I started taking also worked well. One was megadoses of vitamin C along the lines of what the Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling recommended in his book on vitamin C and cancer. The other involved taking capsules of the food preservative BHT available through online health food stores such as VRP.com and Nutri.com. BHT is an effective anitibacterial agent, which I learned about in the book Life Extension by Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw. Although my initial outbreak of PLEVA was painful and very itchy to the point of bleeding, I got rid of it pretty quickly with no recurrences.