Scottish Mother Warns School Teachers of HPV Vaccine Risks


Mrs Caran Dynan, Mother of a Vaccine Injured Daughter, Kilsyth, Scotland

Science Officer and political activist for AHVID has sent this letter to many Schools in Scotland and England to raise awareness that school girls are becoming very ill following HPV vaccination and are missing out on so much of their education.

Human Papillomavirus Vaccination

With regards to the Human Papillomavirus Vaccination administered in your school, I would like to raise your awareness to the real possible side effects of this vaccine, as well as the lack of studies and safety tests carried out on this Vaccine.

To make it clear, I am writing this letter from the stance of a mother whose perfectly healthy (apart from slight hay fever) daughter’s life was completely altered after receiving Gardasil.

Very soon after receiving her first vaccination, her health started to decline, both mentally and physically, for what appeared to be no reason.

To cut a very lengthy story short, she has suffered over the past five years with the following conditions:

  • Fainting Spells/Dizziness
  • Irregular Heartbeat and Increased Heart Rate
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Complete Loss of Appetite
  • Light Sensitivity
  • Extreme Fatigue/Irregular Sleeping Patterns
  • Depression
  • Inability to Stand/Walk for any period of time
  • Severe Social Anxiety
  • Numbness of Lower Legs/Feet
  • Constant Headaches
  • Brain fog/cognitive impairment
  • Inability to regulate body temperature General Feelings of Malaise

Please note that she never experienced any of these symptoms until October 2012, which is when she received the first vaccine.

You might look at this and think she must have had something underlying or she’s a rare case, but please be assured that I have been and still am researching this extensively. There are at least 472 once healthy girls in the UK alone that have reported severe side effects similar and sometimes worse to those outlined above after being administered the HPV Vaccine. There have been fatalities – even a Spanish court ruled it the cause of a young girl’s death earlier this year.  It should be noted that the reality is far more serious than is being recognised or reported by our Department of Health, government officials and the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency) – the agent working for the government.  Although the MHRA publicly states “no serious risks have been identified associated with either HPV vaccine in the UK”, the reality is completely different, when a parliamentary question is raised.  At least 8,835 Yellow Card reports have been received by the MHRA of which 3,038 are categorized as serious.  The percentages of serious reports identified for the three HPV vaccines are:

Cervarix (29%); Gardasil (41%) and Gardasil 9 (60%)

That reveals a far more serious situation than is being disclosed and to make matters worse, the MHRA also acknowledges that only 10% of adverse reactions to the vaccine are reported via the yellow card system.  Therefore, the number of reports received is only a fraction of what the true picture is here in the UK.

You may also look at it and think plenty of girls are fine after receiving the vaccine; this may be true, but then again plenty of people can take Penicillin whereas to others it can be deadly. Put it this way, if you had a student with a severe nut allergy, you would do everything in your power to ensure that child was not put at risk, wouldn’t you?

Imagine you were in a position where you have been trapped with 15 students for days, you are all starving, suddenly someone finds a large chocolate bar containing nuts. You have been told one of the students, though you are unsure which one (and no-one is admitting it is them), might have a nut allergy, would you give them all a piece of the chocolate on the off chance none of them had the allergy? Yet you are allowing nurses to come into your school, give out minimal information regarding side effects, which is leaving families to make uninformed decisions and unwittingly put their girl in harm’s way, without any sort of background health checks.

You may think it’s worth the risk if it’s going to save girls from cervical cancer, but please consider the following points:

  1. The HPV Vaccine has not been proven to cure or prevent cancer, it is thought it may prevent 9 strains of the virus, however there are over 100 strains.
  2. It is only effective up to 5 years therefore a 12-year-old girl is only “protected” up until the age of 17 years old.
  3. It is not the only option, earlier PAP Smears (from the time the individual is sexually active) would lead to early detection, monitoring and treatment in the event of any irregular cells.

If you look back over the 8 years since the HPV Vaccine began being administered, can you think of any situation where a perfectly healthy young girl suddenly started experiencing ill health or not being able to attend school for no apparent reason? Maybe you can’t directly remember yourself, but another staff member might.

That is what happened with my daughter, as well as a number of the girls I have come into contact with through the UK Association of HPV Vaccine Injured Daughters. I was not given the full insert leaflet for Gardasil; instead I was given the advice that it may cause minor side effects that would last a couple of days at the most.

I am aware that this is a programme that is rolled out all over the UK, but please, I urge you to investigate this for yourself and read some case studies which can be found here. (Please google if you are apprehensive about following this link.)

If you come to the conclusion that there is the potential that this vaccine could be causing harm to some girls, please speak to your Education Boards, your students’ parents and anyone else who will listen. This is so, so important and could save lives. The supposed benefit does not outweigh the risk, one child harmed by this is one child too many.

I appreciate your taking the time to read my letter and I hope that you have done so with an open mind. I was never anti-vaccine, otherwise my daughter would not be in the situation she is now (wheelchair bound and practically housebound). I will forever regret not researching this product thoroughly before allowing it to be injected into her; please don’t allow others to feel the same regret.

Kindest Regards,

Caran Dynan



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