HPV – it is one of those viruses sexually active adults are at a high risk of contracting. Every person that had relations with your partner is having sex with you too, and all they had sex with are joining in, it goes on and on. Depending on how active your partner and his other partners have been you could be having sex with hundreds of people all in one night. That means if one had HPV, you could be contracting it that night too.
So what is HPV? It is called the Human Papilloma Virus. There is more than one type, one causes warts in genital areas of the body and you can be cured, Most times it goes dormant and appears or pops up at different times. This is what they call active times. Another type can cause cancers, the most common is uterine cancer, although it can cause, cancer of the vulva, vagina, penis, or anus, also cancer in the back of the throat, including the base of the tongue and tonsils.
Some believe it is only contracted from skin to skin contact however there are studies that show it is found in the blood and saliva. This means just wearing a condom doesn’t mean you won’t contract it. One study shows that patients with genital HPV infection are at risk for oral infection and, consequently, for the development of oral squamous cell carcinoma. In almost 70 percent of cervical cancer cases, HPV-16 and HPV-18 were said to the cause.
There are nearly 150 different strains of HPV, they fall into two categories, low-risk human papillomavirus, and high-risk human papillomavirus. The low-risk HPV types 6 and 11 cause nearly 90 percent of all cases that involve genital warts that can appear anywhere in the genital areas of men or women. With mild cases, many will recover within 2 years, for others, it can linger for years and will need treatment. In many cases, a person may have more than one strain making it difficult to recover. The high-risk types that are the cause of most cancers are types, 16 and 18.
So what about getting the HPV vaccine. It sounds like a good idea, right? Not so fast. The HPV vaccine otherwise known as Gardasil is touted as being able to prevent Types 16 and 18 which cause 90 percent of the cancers linked to HPV infections, and types 6 and 11 causing the majority of cases involving warts. But do you really want to take the vaccine or give it to your young daughter or son?
The CDC claims most side effects will be a sore injection site, nausea, headache, some joint pain and fever, slightly worse effects could be dizziness, tiredness, vomiting or diarrhea. But are they telling you the truth or are they doing herd vaccinations? The CDC says: ” The findings from these clinical trials showed HPV vaccines to be safe and effective, and led to the FDA’s decision to license each vaccine. ” So is it safe? Or is there another side to the Gardasil vaccines that you need to know?
According to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System [VAERS], an FDA reporting system 26 additional deaths were reported between 9-2010 and 9-2011 along with additional incidents of seizures, paralysis, blindness, pancreatitis, speech problems, short-term memory loss, and Guillain -Barre Syndrome. It appears it is not as safe as the CDC claims.
Many countries have banned the use of HPV vaccines. Even after a decade since it was introduced the voluntary vaccination of young girls and boys has not been widely seen. There are doctors and media reports that promote its use and believe a mandate should be made; however, studies continue to report HPV vaccines need to be re-evaluated. The adverse effects show the role of the host immunogenetic in the HPV infections in the vaccines and the HPV antigens have to be studied further. While the idea of helping to prevent these infections and hopefully save men and women from HPV caused cancers is good but the adverse effects have should not outweigh the benefits. Until the benefits outweigh the risks the vaccines need to be halted.
According to the Children’s Health Defense:” Annual deaths from cervical cancer in the U.S. are 2.3/100,000. In the Gardasil Trials there were 40 deaths in the groups exposed to either the vaccine, the aluminum-containing “placebo” or a solution containing polysorbate 80 and borax. Although about half of the deaths were an accident- or suicide-related, among the remaining fatalities (~65/100,000), many of the causes of death–such as sepsis, cardiac events, and autoimmune conditions–could plausibly be vaccine-related. ” From autoimmune diseases, syndromes and death; the Gardasil vaccines are not safe. Merrick even lied to people during the trials for Gardasil 9 telling them the placebo was inert however it was actually Gardasil, giving way for even more side effects. How can the study be properly evaluated with the adjuvants and the placebos are causing side effects?
Merrick failed to test Gardasil for fertility side effects. It is increasingly being discovered that Gardasil is causing miscarriages and premature ovarian failure. Ingredients in Gardasil are Polysorbate 80 and sodium borate, both known to cause fertility problems. Clinical trials showed high spontaneous miscarriage rates of 25% and 27.4%. Clearly, someone is not telling the truth to the public and parents are unknowingly subjecting their innocent children such high risks.
Opting for the vaccine rather than to worry just who you are sleeping with or who they slept with, you just might want to worry and be a bit more selective. Talking to your young son or daughter getting to the age of sexual activity should include discussing why sexual abstinence or very careful protected sex is highly preferred over, exposing them to the serious side effects of the HPV vaccine, including infertility and death.
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