[Leslie Carol Botha: The HPV vaccine travesty continues all around the world. Over 25,000 girls and their families have reported adverse reactions from the HPV vaccines to VAERS. And that is only 1 to 10% of the vaccine injured reporting. There is no such thing as a 'mystery illness.' Journalist Christina England writes about this eloquently in a recent article titled: Doctors Change Names of Diseases When Vaccines Do Not Work - they also call vaccine damage a 'mystery illness.' How can this be a mystery illness when in the FDA documents regarding the clinical trials on Gardasil it was documented that 73.3% of girls developed "new medical conditions." I have this document if anyone is interested in reading it.]
Mother links daughter’s mystery illness to vaccine
Andrew Dowdell From: Sunday Mail (SA)
May 05, 2012 10:00PM
TWO months ago, Jessica Lock was a typical 13-year-old – outgoing, healthy and happy.
Yet now she is a stranger in her own home, racked by an array of mysterious ailments.
A week after being administered in February with the anti-cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil at her school, the teenager began fainting and experiencing strong head pains – and her parents say she has lapsed into a semi-permanent, child-like state.
Mother Shelley Lock believes her daughter suffered a severe and extremely rare reaction to Gardasil but said public hospital staff had been unwilling to examine a link, with one doctor inferring Jessica’s condition was psychosomatic.
“It is frustrating because she was completely healthy before this, she had no stress, had just started Year 8 and was meeting new friends, has a good family, so to have it inferred that it was just stress or psychological was very frustrating,” Mrs Lock said.
Exhaustive tests ruled out other potential causes such as brain tumours. However, Jessica’s condition continued to deteriorate.
“She had an episode where she didn’t know we were mum and dad, she was hysterical and screaming and we rang Flinders while she was in that state and they said there was nothing they could do to treat her and to not bother bringing her in,” Mrs Lock said.
“Every now and then she comes lucid. Like on Monday morning, she woke up and sat and cried for five minutes because she couldn’t remember the whole weekend, so she has her moments where she is aware that things are not right.”
Mrs Lock said she found online testimonials from the US and Australia by women and girls who say they have experienced similar symptoms after being given Gardasil.
Jessica is now being treated by a toxicologist, who has said she suffered neurological damage because of an inherited susceptibility to metals contained in the vaccine, which has been administered to about 23,000 South Australian schoolgirls as part of a government program since 2008.