“Robbed of Their Womanhood” – Teens After Gardasil Shot

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Sweet 16 with menopause…

Heather Callaghan
Activist Post

Olivia and Madelyne Meylor are in their early 20s. They still want the world to know what happened to them as teens after they received three Gardasil shots – an HPV vaccine marketed as a way to prevent cervical cancer.

Diagnoses of Premature or Primary Ovarian Failure (POF) followed leaving only 5 percent chance one of them could ever get pregnant.

In this story about a pending federal court case they were involved in last year, they reported that not only did their ovaries stop producing eggs, but they also have insomnia, night sweats and headaches. They say they can not get pregnant, but might be able to carry a baby. As teenagers, it would appear that they both entered into full-blown menopause.



Coincidence? Genetic predisposition tests ruled out genetics for the disorder which is rare in teenagers. Their mother says all roads lead back to the fateful shots in 2007. You can see from the local news report that Merck denies any correlation to the vaccine, upholds the results in its clinical trials, and claims that similar adverse were found in placebo studies. Yet, this study in 2013 shows that POF does indeed follow Gardasil shots, and stems from adjuvants in the vaccine causing the body to attack the reproductive system, as well as cause cognitive and psychiatric disturbances.

Imagine if a toy or candy created tens of thousands of adverse health reports and over a hundred deaths? Would there not be some kind of outcry or intervention? It’s interesting that legal scrutiny is aimed at energy drink manufacturers, but not for injections given out by doctors.

Could that be because the U.S. Government receives royalties on Merck’s Gardasil sales? The NIH does not wish to reveal those figures. In the report on the pending court case last year, the government would be defending Merck, arguing that the POF was not related in any way to the vaccine. However, Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld, from Israel, planned to testify that their disease was autoimmune and brought on by the adjuvant substances. That is, Autoimmune Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants, or ASIA.

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Heather Callaghan is a natural health blogger and food freedom activist. You can see her work at NaturalBlaze.com and ActivistPost.com. Like at Facebook.

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  • clarioncaller

    Is one injection good for a lifetime to fend off HPV, or do you need periodic booster shots?

    • I_AM_BORG

      1 injection is enough to render you childless, the rest are needed to keep merck shares rising

      • LocalHero

        Perfect post. 100% true.

    • bsroon

      There are over 100 HPV viruses. A few are thought to make the most cervical cancer – which is detectable by pap smears. There are 4 HPV viruses in the GMO mix, injected into or with yeast. Have yeast sensitivity? Not a good product for you.
      So 2 of the HPV used are supposed to be for herpes simplex and i had read anal warts. The other two supposedly prevent cervical cancers – not a huge issue statistically. The Univ of Calgary proved that the 70% protection against cervical cancer claimed by Merck is a dream, not CLOSE to reality.
      The many girls getting headaches (or taking 6 steps and dying) do so because of their sensitivity to a form of meningitis which causes the brain fluid in the lower brain stem to swell.
      Since the “protection” from this vaccine is nowhere EVER close to total, one still needs to have pap smears to be sure they don’t get cervical cancers. Thus, WHY WOULD ONE TAKE THE SHOT since the pap smear does more, with no such risks.

    • I say buy rubbers until you are hitched (and have her tested before you take the rubbers off).

      • Jabezabella2013

        Ditto for the gals!

  • I’m from a third world country and I’m as healthy as a cherry blossom without any of the 1000+ new diseases invented ever year by the big pharma.

    Sorry…I’m so pissed at first world countries for being so Ignorant even after truck loads of information that Vaccines are nothing but evil. Why do you guys keep doing it..again and again and again…Don’t you know …Google it..We in India are suing Bill Gates for his Vaccination con that killed and paralyzed many women here…again Google it…

    Even people in third world countries are waking up…Why can’t you…? common

    • Shovel Ready

      With you on everything you said except the “google” part. DO NOT USE GOOGLE search engine or any other google product if you value your freedom and privacy (or what’s left of it). Instead, for more private searches try Startpage.com or DuckDuckGo.com. Why “mainline” your search history straight into the government data bases if you don’t have to?

    • Jabezabella2013

      Most of the people in the U.S. are under the assumption that if the USDA, FDA approve a food or drug then it must be safe. Most don’t think to use google or too lazy to research issues,(if they even have internet access) and rely on the TV media to inform them about such important things. This country is nothing more than an experimental society…people are waking up, through the efforts of others that know and are brave enough to talk, and post, comments online. But even that right is being challenged by the FCC to control the internet here by creating levels of service like the cable companies have done with their programming.

  • Tonino

    The real purpose of vaccination is about population control (eugenics).
    TPTB and his minions (Bill Gates and all.) are psychopaths and will do whatever it takes to stay in power. Too much ‘useless eaters’.

  • Shovel Ready

    I deeply sympathize with these young women but take exception to the notion that they have been “robbed of their womanhood.” The vaccine certainly seems to have robbed them of the ability to bear their own biological children; and it has set them up with 40-some years of health issues that often accompany early menopause. That is unjust and compensable, but they are beautiful and valuable young women nonetheless.

    There is more to womanhood than the ability to bear children, just as there is more to being a woman than just using make-up and having an interest in fashion. Sorry, that last bit is directed at the professionals who “help” men transgender into being women. Their efforts ALWAYS focus on the superficials of how to dress, accessorize, walk sexy, and use make-up, as if these things are somehow defining and essential to womanhood. Interesting isn’t it, that they don’t equate the inability of the transgendered woman to bear children with the absence of “womanhood.” Many natural-born women have no interest in fashion or make-up, and many choose not to bear children, or can’t bear them. None of this negates them as women or calls into question their “womanhood.”

    As for these young sisters, I’d like to see their mother stop thinking of them as having been “robbed of their womanhood.” All women, some in menopause, are still women, capable of enjoying their womanhood even without the blessing of children.

    • freewheelinfranklin543

      If you have to moderate…forget it!

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