13 Year Old Dies Days After HPV Vaccine: She Was Dubbed “Lazy” By Dismissive Doctors
After receiving a second dose of HPV vaccine at Derby High School in Bury, 13-year-old Shazel Zaman immediately fell ill.
Just 5 days after the school-sponsored dose of immunization, she was laid to rest.
According to the Daily Mail:
Shazel Zaman, 13, was suffering with a severe headache, vomiting and dizziness after having the HPV vaccine and her symptoms became so severe that her family took her to Fairfield Hospital in Bury.
But the family claim that a doctor dismissed her condition was linked to the cervical cancer jab and sent her home citing a stomach bug.
She was found collapsed and unconscious with no pulse an hour later at her home in Bury, and died in hospital four hours later.
The girl passed away on April 17th, with her passing bearing a glaringly strong correlation to a vaccine that was surely encouraged by her school and the pharmaceutical interests linked to the school. What do I mean by “pharmaceutical interests linked to the school?” I don’t yet know exactly how public schools may have connections to pharmaceutical interests, but I’ve observed the connection firsthand, however great or small it is.
As a 20-year-old American myself, I can personally attest to the fact that in Elementary and Middle School we were encouraged to get this very same, particularly dangerous HPV vaccine as part of our sexual education.
When I went to school in Central Texas, they handed out forms and encouraged us to sign up for these vaccines in the 6th grade. Although this incident occurred in the UK, it’s the same relationship between schools and pharma.
Since then, I have seen countless peers just “randomly” get such bizarre symptoms as ovarian cysts, cervical cysts, and so I ask them if they’ve received a vaccine for Gardasil recently. So far two peers have gotten ovarian cysts shortly after the vaccine.
That inspired me to research further, so I uncovered this heartfelt account of a woman’s Gardasil injuries titled “My Story Through Gardasil Injuries,” and republished it here on Era of Wisdom.
I thought an ounce of prevention was worth a pound of cure. Little did I realize how my simple decision to add Gardasil to my cancer prevention strategy would result in so many new health conditions. Sometimes, I wish it were possible to get unvaccinated.
Prior to Gardasil, I was an extremely healthy and active 26 year old woman. I was always involved in sports and worked out five times per week. I was enjoying a successful career and on my way up the corporate ladder. I hadn’t been to a doctor for a single thing in over 5 years. I had maintained a record of clean health for nearly my entire life. At the time, I was engaged to be married and I had my whole life to look forward to.
Much like many well-meaning, concerned parents, my mother thought it would be a good idea to get the HPV vaccine in order to avoid the possibility of getting cervical cancer someday. She wanted me to be “one less,” as the commercials claimed. My doctor did not see the point being I had not yet been sexually active and my soon-to-be-husband had no sexually transmitted diseases. Even though it did not make much sense to me or my doctor, we went ahead with the first shot of the vaccine series. My mom was compelled by fear and I followed suit.
I received the first Gardasil shot in May 2008. Several days after that first injection, I returned to my doctor complaining of hand and joint pain, headaches and nausea. My doctor did not mention it could be the vaccine causing the pain and sent me to a specialist. The specialist could find nothing wrong with me. Several days later, I also experienced partial paralysis in my right arm, the same arm I received the vaccine in. I could not move my arm or my upper neck. This eventually went away but was extremely painful. My doctor again chalked it up to “coincidence.”
Months went on and I kept feeling intensely worn down, fatigued, had horrible headaches and just didn’t feel like myself. I received the second shot and again, I felt very flu-like. The continuous pain radiating throughout my body felt like burning knives stabbing me in every muscle. The pain was like nothing I had ever felt in my life. Beyond just the pain, I started to develop a “foggy” feeling in my head. Everything seemed confusing. I had a hard time, putting words together forming sentences and getting my thoughts out. Being a well-educated communications major, this was a new and very discouraging challenge for me.
My immune system was clearly compromised. I also developed several food sensitivities including gluten, dairy, eggs, soy and shrimp. Soon after the vaccine, my menstrual cycles became very irregular, I developed endometriosis and an ovarian cyst. I had surgery to remove the cyst and struggled with infertility. Things kept getting worse. I continued to return to my doctor trying to find out what was wrong with me.
How did I go from a vibrant young woman full of life to a woman who felt trapped in a body that was quickly deteriorating?
Eventually, I was put on disability for three months. I was so ill, I did not attend any social events or Thanksgiving and Christmas of 2008. I was unable to function.
The doctors were running out of potential explanations for all of my new medical conditions. They prescribed many anti-depressants, antibiotics, muscle relaxers, narcotics and anti-anxiety meds, which I never took. During my disability I sought help at Mayo clinic. While there, I had about 50 appointments with various doctors doing tests, scans and biopsies trying to unwrap what was slowly eating away at my life.
The physicians were suggesting I had things such as MS, Lupus or Lymes. The final general consensus was that I had fibromyalgia, but one doctor said that my symptoms were all related to depression. I knew without a doubt that all of my issues were not in my head. A diagnosis of fibromyalgia was almost as bad. Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues – for which there is no cure. I was beginning to lose hope.
For the health of every person young and old who might be deceived into thinking getting this vaccine is a good idea, please share this with as many people as possible.
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