Swine flu vaccine can cause neurological disorder, Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), which would cause paralysis. The experts are doing research to examine the possibility of flu vaccine attack the nervous system and can cause paralysis and even death.
UK Medicines Control Agency (MHRA), Monday (10/18/2010) has announced that further testing of this problem are underway. In medical journals, MHRA believes to temporarily discontinue use of the vaccine and have not determined whether this vaccine may give adverse effects to the nervous system.
“Until now we have not been able to determine whether the H1N1 virus vaccines have anything to do can cause GBS, our study still showed a similar result that has nothing to do this with a GBS vaccine,” said juror spoke MHRA.
Guillain-Barre syndrome is a disorder where the body’s immune system attacks the nervous system side (peripheral). The first symptoms of this disorder in the form of weak and feeling tingling in the feet. In many cases, the weak parts of the body accompanied by a disturbance that spreads toward the body and hands.
If the intensity continued to strengthen. The muscles of the body ultimately can not be moved at all and patients are totally paralyzed. If the respiratory muscles also paralyzed, it will cause death. This disorder usually occur several days or weeks after the patient has symptoms of respiratory infection or gastrointestinal infection.