- Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency had 8,228 adverse reaction reports in 10 years – only estimated 10 per cent of real tally
- Side effects including chest and abdominal pains, exhaustion, breathing difficulties, fibromyalgia and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
- Some have been left wheelchair-bound by apparent effects of vaccine
- Despite this MHRA said it had no concerns on numbers of HPV complaints
- Thousands of teenage girls have suffered serious illness after being vaccinated against cervical cancer.Official figures show the HPV vaccination programme drew 8,228 reports of suspected side-effects over the last decade – almost more than all other routine jabs put together.More than a quarter of these reports were classed as ‘serious’, a category that includes symptoms severe enough to require hospital treatment or even be life-threatening.
An HPV vaccination is given to a 13-year-old girl. The jab is alleged to cause a range of debilitating side effects in some teenage girls
Worried mothers have told how their previously healthy daughters have suffered fits, extreme tiredness and even been left wheelchair-bound after being vaccinated in their early teens.
In some cases, the girls started to feel ill on the day they were vaccinated. Others became sick several weeks later.