My daughter had 2 Gardasil vaccines and approximately a year later has tested positive for high-risk HPV. We also believe that her HPV is the result of the vaccines because: she did not have HPV when she received the vaccines; she suffered SEVERE side effects from them which incapacitated her for 2 1/2 months; and she continues to experience menstrual problems even though it has been over a year. Now the news that she has precancerous, high-risk HPV……if you are willing to discuss your situation, I would be very appreciative. I hope that you have recovered! Thank you for your consideration.
This is our concern…post vaccination abnormal pap smears, cervical lesions and high risk HPV. Who is to say the more mutant cancer causing viruses will take the place of HPV 16 & 18 post vaccination. This point has been raised many times by doctors and researchers. VAERS reports 278 cases of abnormal Paps post vaccination.
According to FDA documents – girls pre-exposed to HPV AND who get the vaccine have a 44.6% chance of getting cervical cancer after getting the Gardasil vaccine and 32.5% after Cervarix. It has already been established that HPV is not just a sexually transmitted disease and can be transmitted in many other ways.
There is a great need for HPV testing before girls get vaccinated – and it is not being done…..yet.