My girls will not be vaccinated with Gardasil. With over 10,000 adverse reactions including paralysis, brain inflammation, etc. and 27 deaths from Gardasil, and this is only short-term data, because NO long term studies are available because it wasn't thoroughly tested.
It's worth a listen to this interview if you're looking for an alternate medical opinion that is not affected by dollars. Dr Christiane Northrup talks about HVP vaccine here:
She talks about other (safer) ways to help promote reproductive health with our kids.
Patti, I agree it can cause all of these things. However, if you get your annual exams, it will be detected. I think everyone should look at the statistics of HPV related deaths and draw their conclusions from there. I love Dr. Sears' book on vaccines because he does just that. When you look at the statistics, the risk of getting the diseases are not that great, especially when you compare it to the risks of some vaccines. I think young girls should not get this vaccine because it only covers a few number of the strands and there are hundreds that are not protected by the vaccine. I think women would better serve their children on strong sex education talks and the importance of a good diet. Eating properly and having optimum vitamin D levels are a great way to naturally control many viral infections. I think vaccines ultimately lead to many of the autom immune diseases that we are suddenly bombarded with (that never existed before). The vaccines can be very toxic on the body as well.