i refused to let my dd have this last week - hpv

26 replies
Found 28th Sep 2009
they are now innoculating 14 - 15yrs old
last week i refused to let my daughter have the jab
- i refused it for my other dd earlier in year - did have a good thread on this but cannot find it

ok i am not scare mongering but in dd school alone 2 girls were taken to hospital last week

now this - Schoolgirl dies after cancer jab - coincidence or not enough research....

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Original Poster

news.bbc.co.uk/1/h…stm

A 14-year-old girl has died after being given a cervical cancer jab as part of a national immunisation programme, but the exact cause of death is unknown.

The pupil took ill at Blue Coat CofE School in Coventry shortly after she received the Cervarix vaccine. She died in the town's University Hospital.

The batch of the vaccine used has been quarantined by the local NHS.

"the exact cause of death is unknown."

That's all that needs to be said at the moment I think.

I too am also extremely concerned about this vaccine. I will do plenty of research before i make a decision though.

my daughter should of received this today i refused due too this article plus it being new an all that you just dont know what may happen.i never got any literature on it just the consent forms i think we muck about with mother nature enough .

Banned

Both my daughters 15 & 17 had this jab to-day and both are fine, although they have sore arms. Anything that can prevent cancer has to be a good thing!

thats scary, I dont blame you.

did anyone get any literature which told you anything about it as i never received anything which explained about these jabs.i agree with its better than getting cancer .but if it came to the crunch and my child was going to be affected or would have died from the injection which you never know if your child is one of the unlucky ones or not i would opt for more years from cancer because im selfish and would never want to let my child go.

linw;6424125

i would opt for more years from cancer because im selfish and would never … i would opt for more years from cancer because im selfish and would never want to let my child go.



have I read that right?

Banned

Yes there was litrature and like the MMR jab you have to make your own choice

Banned

What is DD?

master_chief;6424220

What is DD?



darling daughter,easy and quick way to refer to daughters I guess,I picked it up from parenting sites :thumbsup:

It is your choice and you have the right to make that choice and shouldn't be chastised for that. Peer pressure etc in different forms. Rep xxx

master_chief;6424220

What is DD?



direct debit....or dear daughter.

Come to think of it very similar,

snowflake;6424250

It is your choice and you have the right to make that choice and … It is your choice and you have the right to make that choice and shouldn't be chastised for that. Peer pressure etc in different forms. Rep xxx



+1

my 12 year old hadher first cervical jab and is fine, must admit was worried the whole time she was at school that day, it is a difficult call to make but the school said it was my childs decision. If parents did not sign the form or hand form back in the child would have the right to decide imaterial of how parents felt. Have to say i would have just kept her off school if I had not wanted her to get jab.

Original Poster

pages of research - rehash of the usual

google.co.uk/sea…x-a

i based my decision on there being only research follow up to 6 yrs - this being done from 12 - 18 yrs old when really a young girls productive system is only just maturing -
is there any effect after this age?? - nobody knows

vaccine covers 70% of enzymes that causes various cervical cancer - from info given out (the little that there is )- you assume your dd is Not going to get - not necessarily true

my daughter had this today and she seems fine

My worry holly is that what if your dd contracts cervical cancer when she is older, how would you feel knowing that you refused to let her have the jab?

My Wife is just recovering from Cervical cancer, it really is devastating, she would have jumped at the chance of having this this jab if it was offered to her when she was younger.

Have you discussed this with your daughters? Do/did they want the injection?

my daughter had hers 2 weeks ago, just a sore arm from the needle.


I also had my various school jabs many moons ago, in fact i dont know anyone thats not had thier jabs.

My daughter had the jab a few weeks ago, we decided to let her choose if she wanted it. After all it's her life and her who could get cancer if she does not.

The news sites do love these stories but I would be worried. especially as they dont know what has caused this young girls death :-(

Since studying science, one thing I have learnt is that it is always advancing, if they have only done up to 6 years follow up then they can't be 100% sure that there wont be some adverse effect further down the line.

An example that comes to mind is the morning sickness drug they were giving pregnant women a few decades ago - stopped it when X amount of babies started coming out deformed

They do so much research but there is only so much they can do.

I still am not 100% on the MMR jab, even after it being shown that there is no scientific link between it and autism, I believe it could possibly trigger something in certain children.

I don't want to put anyone off, but don't think I would be giving it to my teenage daughter yet (haven't got one) - but then again, I haven't researched it

Original Poster

Broxy;6424560

My Wife is just recovering from Cervical cancer, it really is … My Wife is just recovering from Cervical cancer, it really is devastating, she would have jumped at the chance of having this this jab if it was offered to her when she was younger.



broxy - sorry to hear about your wife - i can empathise with her and i wish a successful and speedy recovery

best wishes to you and all your famlly

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with respect to other members i am asking this thread to be locked
i apologise if i have offended anyone - was not meant to

^^^^ why lock it?

Don't see you have offended anyone, it was a good debate actually, for once.

personally im not offended, interesting thread as to regards other peoples view on it.

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