Rhogram information (2016)


vactruth.com  We've informed the readers of this from time to time but it's worth repeating. Donated blood often gets used to make vaccines and the RhoGAM shot. - Are these shots WORTH THE RISK? Vaccines and RhoGAM also contain polysorbate 80, which is known to harm ones fertility and coats the aluminum adjuvant to hide the metal nanoparticles long enough to cross the blood-brain barrier, where the brain is then exposed to the metals, leading to nervous system damage. There is a reason why these ingredients are used and it will take you to use your common sense why avoiding them is safest.  RhoGAM (rhod immune globulin human) is a sterilized solution made from human blood.  http://www.rxlist.com/rhogam-side-effects-drug-center.htm

Sunny Dixon  When someone says their unvaccinated child has autism... always ask if they had the RhoGam shot while pregnant! The answer seems to almost always be " Yes I Did "! Please read the following information!


RhoGAM (rhod immune globulin human) is a sterilized solution made from human blood.



RhoGAM is used for:
Preventing certain blood problems that may occur during pregnancy or blood transfusion. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.

RhoGAM is an immunoglobulin (Ig), which contains antibodies to the Rho(D) antigen. Exactly how it works is unknown. (UNKNOWN?)

Seek medical attention right away if any of these SEVERE side effects occur:
Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); back pain; blood in the urine; dark urine; decreased urination; fast heartbeat; nausea; severe or persistent fever; shaking and/or chills; shortness of breath; sudden weight gain; swelling; unusual tiredness or weakness; wheezing; vomiting; yellowing of the eyes or skin.
This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur.



Genetic Heavy Metal Toxicity: Explaining SIDS, Autism, Tourette's, Alzheimer … By Tara Lang Chapman
("BORN autistic?) -> Autism, TS, and the majority of other diseases discussed in this book are cause by neurotoxicity. Infants whose mothers received a prenatal Rhogam shot had a much higher incidence of autism. 



RhoGam Shot Dangers
What doctors never seem to admit or even talk about is the very real risk of putting RhoGam Rh antibodies into the mother’s bloodstream during gestation. The Rh antibodies from the RhoGam shot hang around in the mother’s bloodstream for up to 12 weeks following the shot. As a result, if blood mixing occurs during that period of time (as in a car wreck or other trauma), it is possible for some of the Rhogam antibodies to find their way into the fetus’ bloodstream and attack them causing the very Rh Disease in the fetus that the shot is supposed to prevent!

There is also the possibility of side effects from the RhoGam shot. Swelling, inflammation, hives and even anaphylactic shock are not out of the question. More concerning is that the Rh antibodies have the potential to negatively affect the immune response of either the mother or baby to other foreign substances that enter the bloodstream.

As with any donated blood product, the RhoGam shot also carries with it the possibility of blood born disease. Each RhoGam shot contains the antibodies of several different donors pooled together which increases the liklihood of viruses slipping through undetected to the RhoGam recipient. It is virtually impossible to test and screen out all the various viruses that could be present in the donor blood!

RhoGam Shot and Thimerosal
The most troubling aspect of Rhogam could very well be the ingredients. Like many vaccines, the RhoGam shot used to contain thimerosal, an organomercury compound known to produce neurological damage, but this wassupposedly phased out by 2001.

Studies performed by Health Advocacy in the Public Interest (HAPI) in 2004 found that despite vaccine manufacturers’ claims that thimerosal was no longer being used, in fact this 50% mercury containing compound wasstill routinely included in the manufacturing process with the thimerosal being “filtered out” of the final product. The problem is that the filtering process doesn’t work very well; mercury binds to the antigenic proteins and as such, cannot be 100% removed. 

All vaccine vials tested by HAPI that were labeled “mercury free” did, in fact, contain this neurotoxin. All the vials also contained aluminum which enhances the toxicity of the mercury causing rapid death of brain neurons.
Is the Rhogam shot now truly mercury or even aluminum free? Most likely not. Product insert labels turn out not to be all that reliable.


The RhoGam antibodies will attach to your baby's blood cells and render them incapable of delivering oxygen. This has long term consequences on brain development. Most doctors are completely ignorant of this issue.

The RhoGam antibodies do not cross the placenta. But neither do blood cells from the baby which is exactly why the RhoGam is injected. In very rare circumstances, such as the mother becoming injured, the blood of the mother and baby can mix. It's a paradox, only when the antibodies are needed can they harm the baby.

The RhoGam antibodies are put there to attack any baby's blood that comes across. But if there is mixing then the antibodies can go across the other way and they do exactly that. Antibodies diffuse much more readily through the bloodstream than whole cells.

Immunology textbooks still correctly point out that RhoGam should be given after childbirth only if the baby is RH+. These are the mothers that are at high risk.

The company that makes the injection decided that the shot should be given during gestation to increase profits. It increases profits becasue rh- mothers carrying rh- babies are also getting the injection. The company has just doubled its sales of Rhogam through a minor lobbying effort. Great business decision - poor health decision. They convinced the government agencies to support the expanded role of Rhogam who then recommended it for all rh- negative pregnancies. Doctors follow the government recommendations without question. Doctors do not make the decisions, they follow orders.


RhoGAM is a Class C pregnancy drug, which means that “Animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect on the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in humans.

“The known and documented side effects listed by the manufacturers and pharmaceutical guidelines include local inflammation, malaise, chills, fever and, rarely, anaphylaxis. Some women have reported suffering an intensely irritating rash covering all or a large par of their body following administration of anti-D. Further concerns include those of immune system compromise and the issue of some pharmaceutical companies using a mercury-based preservative, which some women are actively choosing to avoid because of potential toxicity.” 

“The second issue is that of blood-borne infections. Anti-D is a blood product, and as such as the potential to carry such infections. The risks of anti-D in this area are compounded by the fact that the blood used to make the product is pooled, so blood from one infected donor may end up in several hundred doses of the product. Several years ago, over 3000 women in Ireland contracted hepatitis C from infected anti-D (Miesel et al., 1995), and HIV has also been transmitted through anti-D (Dumasia et al., 1989)."


These moms received the rhogam injections during their pregnancy and are now caring for neurologically injured children. They were never aware that these shots could be harmful to their fetus. It is frightening to contemplate how many mothers are getting these shots while pregnant without realizing the potential for fetal neurological damage.

Hair analysis of unvaccinated children born from mom's injected with rhogam demonstrate the presence of mercury. It is essential that these babies seek appropriate medical care to chelate and remove this mercury as soon as possible. How many babies have suffered permanent damage due to mercury toxicity from this desire to reduce the risk of HDN by less than 1% by injecting pregnant mothers?


This article examines the theory and basis for this injection and whether or not the purported benefits of the shot are truly of value as promoted in prenatal examination rooms.