Gardasil Vaccine Causes Infertility in 16 y.o. 3 years after Menarche

Leslie Carol Botha: Vaccinating girls at the most fragile time of their life – menarche (time of first menstruation) is dangerous. Period. So what are the HPV vaccines designed for – population control?  This is a hard concept for most of us to grasp.  But when you look at the facts and the absurd and less than scientific rationale for a mass HPV vaccination program one needs to wonder. Premature ovarian failure from a vaccine that is supposed to prevent cervical cancer? And sadly, this is not the first case of ovarian failure that has come across my desk.

Teenage Girl Becomes Infertile after Gardasil Vaccination

Population Research Institute
By Steven Mosher and Elizabeth Crnkovich

October 2102

Gardasil has been controversial from the beginning. While other vaccines protect against diseases spread by casual contact, Gardasil was developed to protect against a sexually transmitted disease called Human Papilloma Virus or HPV. Merck & Co., the manufacturer, has been very effective at lobbying governments around the world to make the vaccine mandatory for school attendance. Despite the frequent objections of doctors and parents, it has been administered to tens of millions of 11- and 12-year-old young girls around the world.

Now comes the case of a 16-year-old Australian girl who suffered “premature ovarian failure” after receiving Gardasil. Her ovaries have shut down, her eggs have been destroyed, and she will never be able to have children.

Dr. Deirdre Little, the Australian physician who treated the girl, has published a complete account in the British Medical Journal. (Premature ovarian failure 3 years after menarche in a 16-year-old girl following human papillomavirus vaccination BMJ Case Reports 2012; doi:10.1136/bcr-2012-006879) Her report explains that the girl’s menstrual cycles were regular until she received the Gardasil vaccination in the Fall of 2008. By January 2009, her cycle had become irregular. Over the course of the next two years, her menses became increasingly scant and irregular, until by 2011, she had ceased menstruating altogether.

Early menopause is highly unusual. In this case, the girl was in excellent health, and had no family or personal medical history that could explain this premature menopause. Her first effort to obtain medical assistance for her amenorrhoea resulted in the doctor advising her to take oral contraceptives. Had she agreed, such drugs would have masked the problem and most likely the possible cause as well. But she declined.

It should be noted that many young girls are told, as she was, to take oral contraceptives as an antidote to what is called in the medical field, oligomenorrhoea, which means infrequent or very light menstruation. Most probably take their physician’s advice, which means that there may be many more cases of “premature ovarian failure” than we now know, since the contraceptives mask the symptoms.

In the Australian case, after testing the levels of numerous hormones, and the function of various internal organs, the girl was diagnosed by Dr. Little as having “premature ovarian failure”, which is defined as “the presence of menopausal gonadotrophin levels in association with over 3 months of amenorrhoea or oligomenorrhoea before age 40 years.” Further testing confirmed that all of her eggs—every last one—were dead. She was and is totally and irrevocably infertile.

This case was reported to the local vaccine manufacturer in Australia, called the Therapeutic Goods Administration, to find out what they knew about the vaccine’s effect on a woman’s reproductive system. Very little, it turned out. The TGA had records of various tests on rat testes, but no records of the effect of the vaccine on rat ovaries.

It is very rare for a healthy 16-year-old girl to go through menopause. It is also a personal tragedy of the first order, one that will only grow in magnitude as she marries and yearns to start a family.

While Dr. Little could not confirm that Gardasil caused the destruction of the girl’s reproductive system, she was able to rule out all other possible causes. The circumstantial evidence implicating Gardasil is strong.

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Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.


  1. Marsha McClelland says:

    Thank you for your hard work Leslie helping to get truth out in order to save our children.

  2. Thank you Marsha. It takes a village.


  3. MaryClare says:

    Besides 675 mcgs of reactive aluminum in the 3-shot series, among other neuro-toxins and carcinogens, there is Polysorbate 80, a reproductive sterilization chemical which causes reproductive failure leading to sterility. Bill Gates supported the use of this chemical in vaccines destined for 3rd world countries for population control. It is also found in foods found in your local supermarket such as BlueBell ice cream for starters.

  4. Thank you MaryClare – you are indeed correct. One of ingredient of concern is L-Histidine – a synthetic histamine. This is the first vaccine with this ingredient. Estrogen stimulates histamine production. An we all know that girls these days are not only estrogen dominant but until they ovulate on a regular basis – they are producing more estrogen than progesterone – simulating more histamine. Add in the synthetic L-hisitidine and the immune system begins to attack itself – auto-immune diseases.

  5. Leslie Carol Botha –

    For the sake of scientific rigor, you should note that L-histidine is NOT a “synthetic from of histamine.” It is in fact a distinct chemical entity. You are right that L-histidine can be converted to histamine in the body. But you should realize that in addition to being 100% natural, L-histidine is an “semi-essential” amino acid. That is to say, it is a protein component that human need but cannot synthesize in sufficient quantities. So if you were to convince someone that L-histidine is somehow bad for them, you would be doing them a huge disservice.

  6. Hello, Matt –

    Thank you for visiting my site. You are so right for the sake of scientific and integral rigor I need to be posting and reporting accurate information. I am so glad you took the time to point this out. I, of course will have to research to find out where my misunderstanding came from.
    And of course would correct the post and the spelling (form/from)

    I cannot think that I ever mentioned that L-histidine would be ‘bad’ for someone. I have mentioned that this is the first vaccine that has L-histidine and have questioned its use in Gardasil. I am certainly aware of the value of amino acids to our overall health. My conversation focuses on the aminos conversion to histamine in an annovulatory prepubescent girl already producing quantities of estrogen stimulating even more histamine production. The high rate of autoimmune disease in the Gardasil vaccine injured, I think warrants those concerns.

    If your body of knowledge can shed light on this – I am ready to hear more. We all are.

    Hormonally yours,


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