Reject HPV vaccine?

Fears for women's health as parents reject vaccine

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HPV vaccine side effects

Very common side effects of the HPV vaccine

More than 1 in 10 girls who have the Gardasil HPV vaccine experience:

  • redness, swelling or pain at the sight of the injection - the most common side effect, but it should wear off within a couple of days

  • headaches - but these don't usually last very long

Common side effects

More than 1 in 100, but less than 1 in 10, girls who have the Gardasil HPV vaccine experience:

  • bruising or itching at the sight of the injection

  • a high temperature or feeling hot and shivery

  • feeling sick (nausea)

  • pain in the arms, hands, fingers, legs, feet or toes

Rare side effects

Around 1 in 10,000 girls who have the Gardasil HPV vaccine experience:

Very rare side effects

Less than 1 in 10,000 girls who have the Gardasil HPV vaccine experience:

Other side effects

Some girls may feel dizzy or faint after vaccination.

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It's official: HPV vaccine, the most dangerous vaccine yet - Alliance for Natural Health International

Anyone daring to suggest that a vaccine might present a risk, especially to children as the most vulnerable members of our society, are usually shot down in flames. Health authorities have tried their best to continue telling everyone that HPV vaccines (note use of plural as there are three different types available) are safe, despite ongoing research suggesting otherwise.

A study just released by a World Health Organization (WHO) monitoring centre in Sweden shows that adverse event reports received from national authorities - and these will represent only a fraction of those actually experienced - show a tendency to produce clusters of serious adverse events that include complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) that exceeds any other vaccine.

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