Can you imagine another product in the United States of America where doctors would know that it hurts people - and not just a handful of people- teens and young adults females - and yet they continue to bludgeon and shame patients into taking the product? They lie. The doctor below calls Gardasil one of the safest vaccines. VAERS adverse reporting data says otherwise. Check for yourself at the SANEVAX.org site that tracks HPV vaccine injuries and deaths. Harming babies who can not tell their parents the agony they feel is one thing - the injuries remain somewhat "hidden." But girls and boys into their teens and 20s can speak freely about their life changes - and they are doing so. It's a sad day when bright kids who made it out of childhood vaccines intact fall prey to teen vaccines. Adults are next - just wait and see. KAR
ABC KANSAS CITY, Mo. —
The HPV vaccine, commonly given to girls and boys as early as 9 years old, has caused controversy because some people have experienced side effects.
The vaccine aims to prevent human papillomavirus, which can lead to genital warts and cervical cancer.
One mother said after her daughter had the vaccine, it caused side effects so dire that it not only affected her health, but it changed her life.
"It was easy to be her mother. She was an excellent student, straight As. She's a musician. She plays guitar," Tracie Moorman said about her daughter, Maddie Moorman.
After Maddie Moorman received the vaccine, she had debilitating migraine headaches, nausea, insomnia and difficulties processing information, something she calls "brain chaos."
"Everything is just kind of foggy. I'm always in a little bit of a muggy state where my head hurts," Maddie Moorman said.
"I've lost track of how many days of school that she's missed since all of this started," said Tracie Moorman.
She said her daughter is now home-schooled in the afternoons, unable to physically or mentally handle a full day of classes. She said she's also developed several food allergies, too.
"There are 20 foods that I cannot eat," Maddie Moorman said. "Soy, meat, wheat, dairy, nuts. That alone eliminates a lot of food."
She said she has to take 13 supplements every day just to get through the day.
Tracie Moorman said she blames the changes on the HPV vaccine.
"I think that whatever it is in the vaccine that has caused the body to go into chaos has to be eliminated, one way or the other," she said.
Dr. Christopher Harrison has researched the HPV vaccine and said he strongly recommends it to his patients. He said the vaccine's ability to prevent cervical cancer outweighs any reported side effects.
"It's hard for me to see the risk is anywhere close to the benefits we're going to get out of this. It's actually one of the safest vaccines that's ever been produced," he said. Read more here.