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Reaction to vaccine / vaccine damages

8.04.08

N.W., 1993

 

Gardasil

On January 21 was daughter (14) was vaccinated against HPV. The next morning she was very weak and dizzy, had a headache, was sick to her stomach and had a stomach, blurry vision and was dizzy. The symptoms are so bad that my daughter could not go to school for three weeks. We went to the doctor’s several times. He said that he thought she infected herself with a virus at the same time. In February they did blood work: the diagnosis was Borreliosis (reinfection). In January! She has never been bitten by a tick!! I now  have changed doctors. Since 27 March my daughter is being treated naturopathically ( Medication: Thuja C12, Staphisagria D12, Derivatio H ) Dizziness, nausea, headaches and balance problems persist but are not quite as bad. I am considering suing because of the vaccination. My insurance has confirmed that they will take on the costs. If someone has information or a report, please send it to me.  My name is Sigrid and this is where I can be reached via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

7.04.08

J.G., 05.10.1992, female

 

Gardasil

On June 21, 2007, my daughter got her first vaccination, on August 16, 2007 the second one and on December 20, 2007 the third HPV vaccination (Gardasil). After the first two vaccinations she had pain in her arm and kept getting dizzy, being sick to her stomach and having headaches, etc, which we unfortunately did not link to the vaccination. Especially because we had not been informed about side effects at all. Since the third vaccination my daughter Julia has been doing really poorly.  In the meantime the symptoms include trembling, circulatory problems, malaise and nausea, etc. Furthermore she feels like she is not able to really breathe through her nose (in the course of a treatment of influenza in February this was diagnosed as being a house dust mite allergy by the ear doctor who was treating her).  Since that time my daughter has been in treatment permanently: she has lost hair, she has bad acne on her forehead including contact allergies (which is presently being tested).  Outdoor activities such as horse back riding are presently very limited because my daughter feels like she is going to faint when she exerts herself. With the help of a laboratory exam my daughter is being tested what is wrong with her (maybe it is her thyroid, even though I pointed out that she had been vaccinated). Unfortunately I just started collecting information on the internet just recently and I am very concerned having read about very similar reports, including the description of a death of a child in Austria. Since that time I have been suffering from insomnia from fear that my daughter could experience something similar, particularly due to the fact that there is no information when she will start doing better and which treatment could help. I sometimes wonder whether she will not wake up one morning. I would recommend all parents to get as much information as possible. If I had had the information I have now I certainly would not have decided in favor of a vaccination. Now I am hoping that there will be courageous doctors who act on behalf of their patients and do not forget their Hippocratic oath on behalf of the pharmaceutical lobby!

 

2.4.08

J.Z., 02.03.1992, female

 

Gardasil

Our daughter received the third installment of her vaccination in December. She got dizzy in the doctor’s office. 2 hours later she fainted. The following days it happened repeatedly. She could not go to school for 5 weeks. Since January she is back at school but she has had to be picked up several times since them. When she wakes up after having fainted she has a hard time speaking at first. According to the doctor it is not possible for side effects to last this long so that he sent us to see a psychotherapist. She has now been doing that for several weeks now and is learning how to deal with the situation, but she continues to have fainting spells. She is very nervous and tense and has lost her self confidence. Before she was vaccinated she was very healthy, was very athletic and had never fainted!!!!!

2.4.08

E.H., 18.10.1957, female

 

Gardasil

After what has become a virtually \"obligatory\" vaccination my daughter came down with intestinal and psychological problems. We had the 2nd vaccination and the problems got worse. At times she couldn’t even attend school. Approx. 4 weeks after the 2nd vaccination she developed massive heart problems which made going to school impossible. She was so weak that she generally had to stay in bed all day long.  The heart problems were solved after a catheter exam; the recommendation was for her to have a pacemaker. Instead we tried to strengthen her immune system with vitamins.

Headaches, diarrhea and nervousness have remained. It took a long time for us to realize that her problems were in connection with the vaccination. Our family doctor and gynecologist think we are hypochondriacs, but whenever we saw them we pointed out that it could have been the vaccination. After having consulted a naturopathic specialist our daughter has started improving significantly. I hope that my daughter will be as healthy as before the vaccination. And of course we stopped the sequence of vaccinations.

 

31.3.08

J.H., 11.07.1990, female

 

Gardasil

My daughter was vaccinated in early January 2008. Except for the pain at the injection site nothing could be seen. Approx 2-3 weeks later the first dizzy spells started, accompanied by nausea and headaches. Today, approx 3 months later, she is still suffering from dizziness, which occurs sporadically but not every day. Or she is sick to her stomach without really being sick. She has not had her period since then. She is not pregnant, is healthy organically, has no thyroid problems. Both my daughter and I asked her gynaecologist if the fact that she was no longer having her period had anything to do with the vaccination and the doctor said no. When I said I did not want my daughter to have the second vaccination I was asked why. My worries and the information I had gotten from the internet were not taken seriously.

If I had researched vaccinations earlier, I would not have let her have the first vaccination!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

19.3.08

C.Z., 11.11.1990, female

 

Gardasil

Our daughter was vaccinated with Gardasil on 15.06.07 and on 10.08.07. While she tolerated the first vaccination well (almost no side effects), she had massive problems right after the second vaccination, including headache and joint pains at an intolerable level, nausea, dizziness, respiratory problems, paralysis (particularly in her arms), trembling of the hands, pain in her face muscles, etc. She spent time in the hospital and there were no psychological, viral or other clinical findings.  In the meantime the pain has expanded in intensity and scope (regarding body regions affected). The respiratory problems have become so bad that they are experienced as life threatening by my daughter.

16.03.08

S.S., 09.08.1993, female

 

Gardasil

Constant nausea, sometimes stomach pains and a 10 lb weight loss between the first and second vaccinations, another 5 lbs after the second vaccination (she weighs 40.5 kg and is 1.60 m). She did not get the third vaccination. Exhaustion, listlessness, fatigue: stress and the feeling of being overextended, mood swings and feeling of inner coldness, loss of appetite, a complete reversal of food preferences: preference of carbohydrates, particularly pasta, pancakes, bread, sometimes chocolate, revulsion against meet, vegetables and everything salty, less appetite for fruit.


The symptoms all started gradually and we did not realize they had anything to do with the vaccination.

 

All lab work (some from the day after the second vaccination, more approx. 6 weeks after the 2nd vaccination) were inconclusive;

 

All symptoms started to improve gradually appr. 10 weeks after the 2nd vaccination and are almost gone. She is gaining weight.

 

Our daughter never had problems with a vaccination before.

 

12.03.08

L.S., 14.04.1994, female

 

Gardasil

1st and 2nd vaccinated tolerated well and on 11.03.08 my daughter was administered the 3rd vaccination. Now she is in bed with a headache, dizziness, fever, nausea and fatigue. The doctor prescribed penicillin and I hope that is the right thing to do and that my daughter will not suffer severe side effects.

11.03.08

I.G., 14.09.1991, female

 

Gardasil

In August 2007 my daughter was vaccinated with Gardasil the first time. Of course we did not connect the resulting side effects such as nausea, stomach ache and severe headaches with the vaccination.  We proceeded to chase from one doctor to the next to find out what had triggered it and to have a cause diagnosed.

She was treated for a light gastritis, but without success. She had the 2nd vaccination in November 2007. Immediately the disorders started again, this time more severely. Naturally we realized immediately that the vaccination had been the cause of the problems.

Various consultations with medical specialists, homeopaths, naturopaths and even a hospitalization remained with a result.

My daughter’s blood work and her organs were all okay. None of the specialists listed above was able to find a medication that would at least alleviate the symptoms. All medication prescribed hitherto was useless.

 

08.03.08

L.B., 10.01.1992, female

 

Gardasil

I am 16 years old was vaccinated once on 27.September 07 and once in October 07. The vaccination hurt a lot, for days after I got the shot the muscles of my right left arm were swollen and hurt! But it stopped again and then everything was okay.

It was the last day before my Christmas vacation, 20 December 2007, when the first symptoms started again during class from one second to the next: sudden strong shivers, dizziness, paleness, and balance problems. I felt like I was about to faint!!! During recess: nausea, lack of appetite and feeling of weakness. (According to my teacher I looked like the reincarnation of death) My math teacher sent me to the nurse’s where I had to lie down for an hour. It did not get better so I was sent home! Four days later I had my period and the symptoms were gone.                                               
Everything was fine until 27.01.08!

On 28.01.08 I went ice-skating with my class. Since 7.00 am I have felt sick to my stomach. I had to Stopp ice-skating because I felt so sick. I couldn’t eat at our grill party afterwards. The nausea persisted until the next day and at school I had hiccoughs and stomach cramps. I felt sick until the evening.   
During the night I woke up suddenly and in the following 3 seconds I had very severe and watery diarrhea. At about 5 am I got my period. The diarrhea continued. At any rate it was all pretty strange.  I wonder i fit is connected to the vaccine??? I will be having my third vaccine in June!

 

03.03.08

M.G., 03.01.1991, female

 

Gardasil

My daughter’s reactions are just now beginning to fit together the pieces of a puzzle. September 2007: except for pain at the site of injection and in her arm for several days, no conspicuities. She then started complaining of nausea, listlessness, fatigue,  which was attributed to the fact that she had changed schools and was preparing for her baccalaureate (stress). Second vaccination in late November 2007, she had pains in her arm and at the site of injection, which increased in December 2007.  She started having colds, 5 times in all. Moreover nausea, circulatory problems, dizziness. The doctor says that it has nothing to do with the vaccination. In early January it was discovered that she has very low levels of iron, in the first laboratory control it was 1 (norm 20 and higher). Since that time she has been taking iron pills and her iron levels are increasing slowly (4) and 200. She has been nauseous repeatedly so that I had to pick her up from school, etc. However, she has not thrown up. The doctor says she is not stable which is normal when the iron levels are low I will not let her have the third vaccination.  
time period Eingabefeld: pot. 2-3 weeks

 

 

 

 

 

25.02.08

J.M., 27.09.90, female

 

Gardasil

After the second vaccination there was back pain and sweating, headaches, asthma and general exhaustion. My child had had asthma before but had not had in during the last 4 years. The symptoms did not appear at the same time so that it took us a while to connect the dots. My daughter will not be receiving the third vaccination.

25.02.08

A.M., 23.06.1994, female

 

Gardasil

Our daughter (13 ) was vaccinated on 13.09.07 for the first time. On 21.09.07 she felt sick at school. She complained about dizziness, pain in her legs and in her back and headaches. On 28.09 she was hospitalized in a Clinic that had a special Paediatrics Unit. She spent 11 days at the hospital. All sorts of exams were done in all areas and the doctors sent us home saying that they suspected that it had been a virus which they had initially excluded but later had suddenly detected. She had not improved, she was doing worse. After a few weeks at home she experienced bad episodes of dizziness and collapsed like a deck of cards. We went to the hospital with her (this time she was kept there for 8 days) and they did all sorts of tests again, without being able to come up with a diagnosis and the suspected virus was not confirmed, either. We found information on the internet (among others Impfkritik.de) we found out about side effects, i.e. the kinds of side effects my daughter was experiencing (headaches, nausea, dizziness, pain in her back). We told the doctors that we thought it could be the side effects caused by the vaccination. They were very surprised and asked where we got the information and kept saying no, even after we had pointed it out to them several times. It was our impression that the doctors were even annoyed because we had offered a reason for why our daughter was so sick. The doctors on the other hand were unable to provide a diagnosis for her condition and could not find a reason for her pathology. Before she was vaccinated our child was a very lively girl, had lots of hobbies and after the „disease“ was unable to do anything which for us was definitely  a side effect of the vaccination. She spent the whole day on the sofa and when she got up she was dizzy. She said she had terrible headaches and back pain. She was unable to attend school for about 6 weeks. During the worst episodes our child was unable to walk even a few feet alone even though only weeks before she had been on hikes with us that were up to 6 miles. We consulted an osteopath and a homeopath after her hospital visits and they both think that it could only be the vaccination. Today after a prolonged and terrible torture for our child we can say that she is better by about 80% and that we hope that her condition will continue to improve. I don’t even dare imagine what would have happened if she had gotten the second vaccination.

23.02.08

S., 15.04.91, female

 

Gardasil

I had my first vaccination and afterwards I had a very bad case of eczema, including pus, and then I got asthma again, which I had had as a child and which had disappeared. I had to start using my spray again. One morning I had a stomach pain on the right side that was so bad that I could not walk, sneeze or cough. I thought it could be my appendix but my doctor said that he thought it was indigestion and that everyone experienced that once in a while. I did not realize that it could have been due to the vaccination. I thought it was a cold or something like that. The doctor then prescribed a cream against the eczema. Then I got the second vaccination a week ago and my asthma got worse again and since then I’ve had stomach cramps which are getting worse and worse. Also dizziness, nausea, sensitivity to light, hot flashes, insomnia, and I am totally exhausted and listless. My mother decided that these symptoms could be the side effects of the vaccination and that it could be the vaccination why I was feeling so bad.  Under no circumstances will I let them give me the third vaccination and I hope I will be feeling better soon.

22.02.08

I.T., 31.12.1988, female

 

Gardasil

Admittedly, my reaction was not all that bad, but I think that small things should be pointed out, too. I normally do not react to shots in a very sensitive way. After this vaccination my arm hurt for days and the same day I developed a migraine-like headache. After having read all these reports I will not have any more vaccinations! I should have gotten information before I had the vaccination, I now realize that. But the doctor was so emphatic in that it was important and necessary that I did not think about it very much beforehand!

21.02.08

B.M.-K., 31.08.1972, female

 

Gardasil

Approx. 2 weeks ago after my second Gardasil vaccination I became completely “useless”. Very tired, no motivation, no energy. The condition lasted for approx. 3 months. Then I had my third Gardasil vaccination. Since that time (early January) I have had red spots on my hands (like little pimples). At first it was only a few but now there are whole patches. They hurt and now I have them on my legs, too.

18.02.08

S.W., 13.06.1995, female

 

Gardasil

First vaccination 11.10.07 no reaction, second vaccination on 10.12.07 exactly one month later on 11.01.08 my daughter is unable to walk, she feels numb, has pain in her legs and in her hips. I brought her to the hospital in Mannheim.

Short summary: computer tomography, blood work, eye test, no finding. She was given pain killer and two days later she was able to walk again, 8 days later they sent her home again.
On 30.01.08 she is unable to walk again and I brought her back to the hospital. Numbness, bad pain in her legs and sudden sharp pain. She felt very cold.

Short summary:
Computer tomography of her head and legs, liquor from her back, no findings. They sent her home again on 06.02.08.

On 10.02 she is unable to walk again, bad pain. So I took her to Heidelberg where they have a neurological unit. They were unable to find anything. Diagnosis: pains in her legs, psychological stress. She was there for three days. Now she is supposed to get psychotherapy.

Now she goes to school with pain in her arms and legs and shoulders and I don’t know what to do.  I am convinced that it has something to do with the vaccination and I am not going to have her vaccinated a third time.

18.02.08

S.B., 11.09.1939, female

 

Gardasil

Even though my daughter’s first HPV vaccination was more than 4 months ago her health is still keeping us busy around the clock.

The first vaccination was on 28.9.07. There was a slight local reaction at the site of injection and a headache. When after approx. 3 weeks there was bad pain in the upper arm and shoulders and a general kind of fatigue I asked the doctor about his experiences with Gardasil but I was told that the reaction could not be due to the vaccination seeing that so much time had passed. Blood work was without any result. Early December frequent stomach aches, including flatulence, dizziness and permanent nausea. Then there was a fungal infection in the genital area. I went to the gynecologist’s and was administered the second HPV vaccination on 4.12.07 despite the infection, they said it was no problem. By late 2007 my daughter continued to have above-mentioned problems, then there was dizziness and joint pain (wrists, shoulders, knees). Frequently I had to pick her up from school. We decided that the problems had to do with the winter, stress and general fatigue during Christmas time but even though the Christmas vacation was relaxing her condition did not improve. An orthopaedic examination was inconclusive. In January she had an ultrasound examination because of the continuing pain but it was inconclusive, too. More blood work showed that her iron levels were low which is being rectified. This diagnosis explained some of the symptoms but in the mean time we looked into the matter and read up on HPV vaccinations and received detailed information and discovered surprising parallels to other victims of vaccinations. The doctor who was treating us took our concerns very seriously and had more blood work done which was even more thorough (luckily no findings). She does not think that there is a connection to the vaccination. (She did tell us to read the epidemiological bulletin published by the Robert-Koch-Institute).
Yet it undeniable that my daughter despite her excellent blood work (even the iron has improved considerably) continues to have nausea, stomachaches and dizziness.

Herbal remedies such as Iberogast and Veratum Album help reduce the symptoms but she has not felt healthy and fit for 4 months. As parents we are clueless and feel insecure particularly regarding the third vaccination.

9.02.08

M.N.F., 03.11.1984, female

 

Gardasil

My mother was approached by our gynaecologist to have the protective vaccination Gardasil administered. He recommended that I have it (without telling her there were side effects)  I am 23 years old. I talked it over with my health care provider and after they confirmed that they would cover the expenses I decided to have the vaccination. My gynaecologist unfortunately did not tell me about possible side effects and reactions. My first vaccination was in November 2007. Reaction: Slight to medium pain in my arm which stopped 2-3 weeks later. I then had the 2nd vaccination in December 2007. Since that time I have had pain in my arm!!! It is not unbearable but tends to be unpleasant, the feeling like you have just received the vaccination, almost like a bruise. Even at night when I am asleep and I lie on that arm it hurts! I am now not sure at all whether I should have the third vaccination (June 2008).  I have not consulted my doctor yet, I just thought it would stop soon. But now I am going to get in touch with him!!!!

8.02.08

R.R., 27.01.1992, female.,

 

Gardasil

first vaccination on 06.12.07 site of injection thick and red, slight dizziness, sweating, malaise, weakness.

Second vaccination on 03.01.08, two days later dizziness several times a day, hot flashes, sweaty hands and feet, high blood pressure, the site of injection is still swollen and it hurts.

Our daughter is doing really poorly. Weh ad a large number of exams done by specialists.

As we and the doctors were clueless we brought her to the hospital on 01.02.08, they admitted her and after a number of unpleasant exams, e.g. lumbar puncture they discovered she had Polyneuritis.

We got to take her home on 07.02.08 but she is still not feeling any better!!!!

6.02.08

A.D., 01.12.1992, female

 

Gardasil

Since her first vaccination in April 2007 my daughter has been suffering from stomach cramps, nausea and diarrhea. First the stomach cramps only lasted a few minutes, but they happened frequently in October / November 2007 the cramps lasted up to 15 minutes. Early December she was admitted to a hospital because it was suspected that she had appendicitis. But they said she did not have it. In the meantime she has had blood work done several times, and her urine and stool have been tested and she also had a fructose test, everything without any findings. Sometimes her leukocyte value was higher than normal, but then it went back to normal again. The stomach cramps have decreased but she regularly has diarrhea after she eats. A number of newspaper articles pointed out the side effects of Gardasil but when I asked the gynaecologist I was told that UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES it could have anything to do with the vaccination.

Feb. 5, 08

N.P., 02.08.91, female

 

Gardasil

Postscript per Jan. 29:

Today I was at the hospital with my daughter. On enquiry, the doctor in the Gyn-Obstetrics department said immediately that the symptoms my daughter was experiencing were due to Gardasil and that she was not the first woman he treated for those symptoms!!! He prescribed an anti-allergenic medication.  
I asked him whether these cases had been reported and he said that he would inform his boss, the director of the department.  However, he added that said professor was a strong proponent of the medication and the vaccination and that he had given presentations on the subject.

Now I know why the media have only reported on about 200 cases.

 

Feb. 02.08

J.S., Sept. 14, 1987, female

 

Gardasil

On January 28, 2008 I was vaccinated with Gardasil.

I experienced the following vaccination damages:

- very sharp pain on my upper arm while the vaccine was being injected

-    the pain spread to the elbow

-    at the same time my arm felt like the vaccine was spreading down the arm (from the shoulder to the palm of my hand)
-   approx. 3-4 hours later: light to medium pain in the upper arm

-    towards evening (after 6/7 p.m.) slight feeling of numbness in my arm: from the shoulder to the palm of my hand

-    medium to severe pain at night throughout my whole arm

-    restless sleep; constant awakening as there was pain every time I moved

-    I could only sleep on my back with my arm stretched out

Day 1 after the vaccination (Thursday):

-    (got up at approx. 6 am.): a lot of pain throughout my whole arm, strong feeling of numbness, the arm can no longer be moved, problems getting dressed, no strength in my arm AND in my hand (it was impossible to get dressed or drive a car)
-    these symptoms lasted all day long

-    I could neither lift my arm nor work at the PC
-    I kept the lower part of my arm at an angle which felt better than just letting it „hang“ there

-    pain at night like the day before

The symptoms got better day by day and today (Saturday, Feb 2, 2008) they have almost disappeared. I can still feel a slight pressure throughout my whole arm …

 

Feb. 1, 2008

L.S., Jan. 30, 1993, female

 

Gardasil

Our daughter was vaccinated against cervical cancer in late July 2007. Approx 2 weeks later she experienced low blood pressure, dizziness, hot flashes and a feeling of coldness, including the chills. Shortly thereafter she got stomach cramps and she felt sick to her stomach. She was tired, listless, said her head was “heavy” and her legs were “heavy”.

In addition she also had severe headaches that did not react to pain killers, impaired vision, which she described as double vision and cloudy images. She also said she was suffering from pains in her muscles and joints. A few weeks later she started having heart trouble which she described as being a feeling of pressure. Then she stopped having her periods and noticed a genital wart which is why we consulted a gynaecologist.  Various examinations were performed

(ECG, Bel., heart ultrasound, stomach ultrasound, blood work for iron, borreliosis, thyroid problems, etc.). No findings. We consulted other doctors (neurologist, eye doctor, orthopedic specialist, ear, nose and throat specialist) and they couldn’t find anything either. They did a CT and MRT of the head and even a liquor punction. No finding. All this was six months ago. For the past 2 months she hasn’t had impaired vision and she feels somewhat better. Stomach aches and nausea, fatigue, nausea, muscle and joint pain have all receded, but she still has headaches, a feeling of pressure around her heart and circulatory disorders. She did not receive a second and third vaccination. Unfortunately we did not look into this vaccination beforehand; otherwise she would not have gotten the first one, either!!!!!

 

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