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An Update on My Daughter

March 30th, 2017 at 12:05 pm

My daughter had another appointment with the eye doctor ($50 co-pay) and she is doing somewhat better. The official diagnosis is uveitis and it was caused by some sort of microbe. It had improved with treatment and she was allowed to stop using the dilation drops and just use the ones that killed the microbes. She has to treat both eyes now, though, but only 4 times a day instead of every 2 hours.

He sent us to the lab after the appointment and they took forever. I've never seen this lab be so slow, especially when we walked into an empty waiting room. Eventually they got their act together, though, and she had 8 vials of blood drawn. He is looking for autoimmune diseases. She already has the one that is called granuloma annulare that we are aware of, onset with her last dose of the HPV vaccine.

He is worried most about lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, because her symptoms since receiving the HPV vaccine match up pretty closely with both, worsening with each dose given. The more I research that vaccine and all of the side effects, the worse I feel. I know hindsight is 20/20, but I still should have trusted my gut.

I let her make her own decision on that one as I felt she was old enough, but I wish now I had not, because I was leaning away from it, as it had not been around long enough and was rushed through approval. The reproductive system failures and the autoimmune diseases linked to it are piling up. All of the bleeding issues, everything seems to tie back to it.

Turns out that vaccine only protects against 13 strains of HPV and there are well over 100. So it isn't even particularly effective. Nor does it seem to be particularly effective in preventing the cervical cancer from happening that it was touted to do.

I don't generally subscribe to conspiracy theories, but the one that says this is about population control is starting to sound scarily realistic. The number of young women ending up with premature ovarian death and excessive menstrual bleeding after this vaccine is piling up. Well, if you kill the ovaries there will be no babies. You have bleeding that lasts ten or twelve weeks that is so heavy you soak a pad an hour with debilitating cramps, become severely anemic, and cannot live your life, you will be happy to go on the drugs that will stop it and incidentally prevent pregnancy. There is case after case after case of this if you dig deep enough.

Yet the government and the drug companies continue to insist this particular vaccine is safe and effective. It causes convulsions in many girls when given which sometimes leads to paralysis. How is that even allowed? I am furious about this. It never should have made it through the FDA to begin with. It's all about profits for drug companies. If it weren't, we would be allowed to sue vaccine makers in this country when they damage our kids, instead of them being legally protected from litigation by the government.

I am not an anti-vaxxer by a long shot. There is such a huge benefit in so many vaccines. But in my opinion this one is worse than what it is supposed to protect against. This one is a crime against women and girls and endangers the future of the human race. And now they are pushing it on boys, too. My son wants kids some day. He will never take that vaccine. Hopefully his future wife will have been saved from its ravages as well.

5 Responses to “An Update on My Daughter”

  1. jokeabee Says:

    I had no idea that there were so many troubles with that vaccine. I got it maybe 7 years ago, and have had no trouble, but it concerns me that I wasn't even told what potential side effects could be (or if I did, it obviously didn't make an impact. I think that if I had been told about the effects your daughter has, I would remember.) I'm sorry this is happening to her.

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    We weren't told about those effects, either. I don't think the drug company knew some of it, it was rushed through so quickly. A lot of women don't find out it killed their ovaries until they try conceive. It doesn't happen to everyone, but the percentage is high enough now I feel they ought to pull it from the market.

  3. Butterscotch Says:

    I'm like you and go with my guy on vaccines. My son is on a very delayed schedule and there are some I have flat out refused. I get a lot of crap for it. HPV is definitely on my NO list.

  4. creditcardfree Says:

    I remember being told about this vaccine about 8 or 9 years ago. My daughter was 11 or 12 at the time. I was just shocked that a doctor would be suggesting a vaccine for a sexually transmitted disease to a child who was not sexually active, and I knew for a fact would not be any time soon. I knew I had time to do research, but my gut said it was just wrong. I never revisited it. I've heard some negative stories over the last couple years, but not until last year did I decide to do more research. I was primarily interested because my sister adopted two girls who are close to the age doctors target. I wanted to pass on the stories if they were deemed true. I found out far worse than I was expecting!

    I don't think it's a conspiracy, however, I think there are players in the vaccine industry that are looking out for profits only. This includes those at the FDA, who have ties to the pharmaceutical industry. I think they have tunnel vision and see vaccines as safe for every body. Or that is the narrative they put out so that no one questions them. Unfortunately, not every body is the same. We are all unique.

    I'm going to write more on my blog soon about this particular vaccine, but they can all be scrutinized. They ALL have risks and benefits. This one has a risk that is much higher than the reward. 4 women in 100,000 die from HPV. HPV can be caught (go get your pap smear). No woman needs to risk menopause/infertility among other side effects in their 20's for this virus. My understanding listening to the lead researcher on this vaccine, is that they have not done the trials long enough to even know if it prevents the cancer that is sometimes cased by HPV.

    Do you think any vaccine has been pulled from the market? I haven't heard of one yet. I agree that it should be avoided at all costs, unless you are one that feel strongly that your risks from HPV far outweigh the vaccine risks. I feel bad for those in Rhode Island, as is is required to go to public school there. What is happening in school that we need to fear a sexually transmitted disease outbreak there? There are a ton of laws in each state trying to take away personal and religious exemptions, which I'm completely against.

    I'm also not anti vaccine. If you want to be vaccinated, that is your right. I want the choice to be mine whether to inject or not. We should NEVER be forced to a medical procedure.

    I am so sorry for you and your daughter. I wonder if some sort of major detox would clear some of the vaccine ingredients? We have a doctor in our area treating PTSD soldiers successfully with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

  5. Tabs Says:

    Wow, I had to look that word up. The images are all crazy looking.

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