If only I could turn back time, a decision that I will reverse and probably change my life before Rheumatoid Arthritis claims the rest of my life is NOT to take cervical cancer vaccination.
I’m speaking from my own experience because Gardasil vaccinations were the reason behind my RA. I’ve been telling an account of what I believe are the causes of my rheumatic disease in some earlier posts. And I shall re-iterate this point once again here.
My RA came about following a sad incident that happened to me in October 2010. I was into my 2nd pregnancy and I had a miscarriage. That was the saddest moment of my life. Saddest ever… It is difficult for one to understand how much pain and misery I was going through during that rough time. I was carrying for more than a week a fetus inside my womb while knowing that it wouldn’t have the chance of coming out into this world. I have hoped and prayed very hard for a miracle but it didn’t appear. In the end, I had a D&C performed. Right after the operation, I thought I would feel better after my emotions settled. But physical pain started to be felt on my right wrist. It started off mild and doctors dispensed me with two doses of prednisone (steroids) ease the pain. As my symptoms prolong, a blood test was finally ordered and that was when I learnt that I have an active RA with Rheumatoid Factor (RF) of 250 (usually RF should be below 14-20 range).
I was convinced ever since that the miscarriage was the sole event that have caused the onset of my RA. But this is only half true. Under the care of a very experienced naturopathic practitioner of Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET), I soon also learn that my cervical cancer vaccination – 3 shots of Gardasil taken throughout a few months – was the root cause behind my RA. The miscarriage was only a trigger, one that upsets the whole immune system, which had already been compromised, to get all haywired and start attacking my joints. Because it attacks my joints, they call it Arthritis.
Vaccine Claims – “Safe” and “Effective” – are Far from Truths
The only myth that we are made to believe is the unscientific claim that Gardasil vaccine is safe and effective in protecting one against Human Papillomavirus (HPV virus). Ever since Gardasil vaccine was licensed in 2006, there have been reports of serious adverse health issues triggered by the vaccine. Some of which include cerebral vasculitis, a fatal type of condition caused by inflammation in brain and spinal cord involving blood vessels; and other autoimmune and neurological disorders.
Since in majority of the cases, most women can naturally clear the HPV infection from their bodies within two years without any complications, then what sense does it make about the widespread recommendations that such vaccine is safe to do so without proper long term study of its safety to back these recommendations? My stupid mistake is to quickly jump onto this bandwagon at the heat of the moment
In fact, all vaccines can be immune suppressive. The lab-altered bacteria and viruses in vaccine often affect your immune response in a negative way. The ingredients in vaccines are neurotoxic due to heavy metals presence such as mercury preservatives and aluminium adjuvants. Therefore, it is no wonder that vaccines have known to alter T-cell function and trigger allergies, chronic illness and autoimmune diseases. Once the foreign protein invades our body and induce an inflammatory response to stimulate antibodies but if our body’s response cannot resolve this inflammation, you can imagine the results of this situation!
Two Sad Accounts of Gardasil Vaccine Victims
I urge you to watch the profiles of two Gardasil vaccine victims below. Nothing can be further from the truths.
Gardasil Victim Speaks Out After 2 Years
Cervical Cancer – To Vaccine or Not To Vaccine?
If anyone is going to ask me whether she should take vaccination against cervical cancer, my answer is ALWAYS going to be NO! Period.
Have you already taken any cervical cancer vaccination? If not, will you still want to ‘protect’ yourself from taking any cervical cancer vaccinations?