It has been reported that the Gardasil vaccine is unsafe yet it is still being marketed.
Is Gardasil Doing More Harm Than Good?
The Gardasil vaccine is recommended for boys ages 13 through 21 and girls ages 13 through 26 years old. The Gardasil vaccine is supposed to help prevent HPV types that cause most cervical and anal cancers.
Gardasil is also supposed to prevent vulvar and vaginal cancers in women and genital warts in both men and women.
The problem is that the side effects can be more severe than what the HPV vaccine is preventing
According to the CDC the Gardasil vaccine is “safe.” However, recent studies contradict this statement.
How Safe Is The Gardasil Vaccine?
The CDC says, “HPV vaccines were studied in tens of thousands of people around the world. More than 57 million doses have been distributed to date and there have been no serious safety concerns.”
However, it has been reported that the HPV vaccine has been linked to 3,589 harmful adverse reactions, and 16 deaths.
In addition, there were uncovered FDA documents that exposed 26 more deaths occurring between September 1, 2010 and September 15, 2011.
Severe side effect such as:
- • Seizures
- • Paralysis
- • Blindness
- • Speech Problem
- • Short-term memory loss
- • Gullain-Barre Syndrome
- • Tingling sensations
Gullain-Barre Syndrome is a serious disorder that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks part of the nervous system.
These side effects are not listed on Merck’s website or on the CDC fact sheet regarding the HPV vaccine.
If you are experiencing any of these side effects visit your local health care provider immediately before symptoms become worse.