Dr. med. vet. Solveigh von Jordans, Paderborn, Germany
In the last two years, in particular, an increase in post-vaccinal reactions has been observed, and not just in my veterinary practice.
What is known as immediate reactions within 1 to 12 hours post injection were primarily seen in small dog breeds and also young dogs, but also in sensitive horses.
Reactions within three days of vaccination were far less common.
Delayed reactions were often chance findings during the course of general bioresonance diagnosis and were also considered to be connected to a variety of health problems.
Here are a few statistics from data I have gathered (2007-2010, see table below). The animals often displayed the following symptoms shortly after vaccination: listlessness, sensitivity to touch at the injection site as well as trembling, raised body temperature and loss of appetite. Dogs were also occasionally affected by vomiting and diarrhoea.
Delayed reactions (1-5 days post vaccination) included sleepiness, swelling at the injection site, sensitivity, loss of appetite and raised body temperature. A vaccinated horse also displayed a protracted persistent cough.
Long-term reactions took the form of what are known as post-vaccinal blocks encountered during general bioresonance testing in connection with chronic disorders.
Post-vaccinal reactions: statistics from the period between 2007 and 2010
A connection between the disorder and the post-vaccinal block is usually only identified after the event when, once the block is removed, the body is once again able to regulate itself uninhibited and to recover.
In two cases the post-vaccinal block was not identified at the start of bioresonance testing but only much later in the course of a fairly acute disorder.
In an old cat which had been suffering for some time from a chronic weak bladder a post-vaccinal block suddenly appeared in the form of prog. 990 in the course of my testing in connection with an acute bladder infection.
The animal was already showing a marked overall improvement after the first therapy and is now managing to reach its litter tray.
Only after a long time did a post-vaccinal block appear in the form of prog. 990 in a horse with protracted malanders. Here too the first treatment of the block already brought about a visible improvement in the animal’s condition.