Is The Ethylmercury Content In Vaccines Harmful To The Body?
Hello, I want to ask what kind of mercury contained in the vaccine as a preservative is it true ethylmercury and what are the side effects of ethylmercury itself both short and long term. And is it true that ethylmercury can cause cancer, neurological disorders, brain development disorders, leukemia, obesity, and hearing loss. thank you
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Mercury that is often found is generally found in 3 forms, elemental mercury, methylmercury and ethylmercury. Methylmercury and elemental mercury are types of mercury that pollute the environment and can be found in deep-sea fish, whose consumption must be limited so as not to accumulate in the body. This type of mercury is more difficult to remove from the body and if it accumulates in a certain amount it can cause interference with the nervous system, for example it can cause vision problems, peripheral nerve disorders, balance disorders, speech disorders, hearing, impaired muscle coordination and muscle weakness.
In some types of vaccines, the type of mercury used is ethylmercury. Etilmerkuri is used as a vaccine preservative. Ethilmerkuri is different from methylmercury or elemental mercury because it is more easily and more quickly removed from the body, and because it is released quickly, this mercury does not accumulate to dangerous levels and will not cause side effects or certain dangers to the body. Various studies have been carried out before a vaccine is allowed to circulate, including research related to vaccine safety and there are no studies that show the harmful side effects of thimerosal (which contains ethylmercury) in vaccines. The most common side effect of ethylmercury in vaccines is the local inflammatory reaction at the injection site. A less common reaction is an allergic reaction to ethylmercury in the vaccine.
Etilmerkuri in the vaccine will not cause cancer, nerve disorders, brain development disorders, leukemia, obesity or hearing loss.
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