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28 Miscarriages after HPV vaccine Gardasil

CearaQC
December 7th, 2007, 11:47 AM
http://www.cnsnews.com/ViewCulture.asp?Page=/Culture/archive/200712/CUL20071206a.html

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0%2C2933%2C315466%2C00.html

Scary stuff! Brings to mind the movie "Children of Men" where women were no longer able to get pregnant.

Many states in the USA are practically forcing this vaccine on young girls and women. Texas, especially.

http://www.rense.com/general75/daugh.htm

Masha
December 7th, 2007, 12:07 PM
I think if you look at this statistically, it is comparable to the rate of women who didn't take this vaccine and still had a misccariage. I think the stats are something like a 1/3rd of women will have a miscarriage in their lifetime,.I wouldn't get too freaked out so soon...

CearaQC
December 7th, 2007, 12:34 PM
Not only have there been these miscarriages, but the sudden onset of symptoms of some patients cannot be explained away by statistics. Normally healthy girls prior to getting the jab turned violently ill in a short time.

People should not accept the vaccine until they do some reading.

It contains Aluminum Hydroxide
Aluminum Phosphate
Polysorbate 80
Sodium Borate
Sodium Chloride

Gardasil only supposedly "protects" against 4 forms of HPV. There are more than 100. 13 are considered "high risk."

http://health.rutgers.edu/hpv/

http://www.rxlist.com/cgi/generic/gardasil.htm

http://www.inciid.org/article.php?cat=&id=433

Masha
December 7th, 2007, 01:19 PM
People should not accept the vaccine until they do some reading.


I 100% agree!! There is a lot of 'herd' mentality going on lately where people just go with the flow and do what everyone else is doing without finding the facts out for themselves....

I have a friend who got the vaccine b/c she thinks that it protects against cervical cancer, but thats not true; Its helps protect against HPV, which is a leading cause for cervical cancer, however it does not provide absolute protection againt cervical cancer.

Frenchy
December 7th, 2007, 02:11 PM
ouf , when I saw the first words in the tittle (28 Miscarriages) I thought it was an article about Britney Spears ..... :rolleyes: :D

:sorry: back to our regular programming ......

SARAH
December 7th, 2007, 03:06 PM
It's crazy. You get some medics or Big Pharma spewing out commercials and all of a sudden everyone "has to have" this newest vaccine or medication or whatever. No one stops to think for themselves.

So many diseases could be prevented through simple common sense, a few do need research and cures, but honestly? A lot are self-inflicted, or inflicted through the blind following of ads and commercials for modern additives and other crap.

joeysmama
December 7th, 2007, 04:14 PM
I asked a friend about this vaccine. She's a doctor and so is her husband and she is always very honest with me about her medical opinion. A lot of my friends were very excited to get their daughters in for this vaccine. My daughter is at the older end of the recommended age--she's 21 and my instincts were telling me not to have her get it. Of course my friends were all telling me I was crazy not to--that even if she isn't sexually active she could marry someone whose been really busy.

Anyway......I asked my friend about it and she said that she would never ever let any of her children be vaccinated with something so new. She said to wait AT LEAST three years because of reports like these. You just don't know until it's released to the general public. And also this is NOT a public health service. Someone is making money from this vaccine. So I would take that into consideration before believing any claims about how great it is.:shrug:

chico2
December 7th, 2007, 04:18 PM
Frenchy:laughing::laughing:you are tooo funny:laughing:

Frenchy
December 8th, 2007, 10:47 AM
So many diseases could be prevented through simple common sense,

Exactly , that's why every women HAS to get a annual pap test. I did have cervical cancer but the very beginning stage (cellules cancereuses) in my mid 20's. My doc find out because of the pap test, had colpo (I have a blank , can't remember the right name but it's like a "deeper" pap test , ouch !) and treatment and everything was fine after that. Unfortunatly , I had a very stupid doctor that had me got colpo every year for 5 years , until I got another doc that said I didn't have to ! :yell:

mona_b
December 8th, 2007, 07:58 PM
Exactly , that's why every women HAS to get a annual pap test.

Soooooo true.

My daughter is 20.And I have no plans on having her get this shot.It's wayyyyyyy to new.

Like you Frenchy,I had it too.But in my early 30's..And I was just at my specialist on Wed and she took some scrapings for a biopsy.Now THAT hurt like a SOB...No freezing.......:cry2:....So next Friday it's off for an ultrasound to check for ovarian/uterin cancer....But that's another story.

What ticks me off is how it is said that it is a sexual disese...They neglect to tell you that you can also get cervical cancer from smoking.Yes I said smoking.And it can also be hereditary.My mother had it,and ended up with a total hyserectomy,this after I was born.

Also,this cancer takes 6-8 years to "bloom"