Sunday, April 4, 2010

Take your Gardasil and shove it!

This is a repost from my other blog. I felt I needed to share this here. I am not anti-vaccination, but doesn't it seem strange that we are being pressured to vaccinate against things like chicken pox (which was a right-of-passage when I grew up)?

I was reading an article today>1=31051 that I found very annoying. One doctor says it's ok to use hormones to never have a period again. Another says that it's not necessary and that menstration should not be treated as "a disease".

Dr. Leslie Miller, University of Washington, states, "I haven’t had a period for almost 12 years. Like many other female doctors, I’ve been skipping that monthly chore by taking hormone-filled birth control pills continuously." Ok lady. I don't know of ANY female doctors or any other health professionals doing this. Did you notice the key words in this statement? Allow me to point them out, "HORMONE-FILLED BIRTH CONTROL PILLS".

Let's jump to Cervical Cancer here for just a moment...according to the National Cancer Institute web site:
"Estimated new cases and deaths from cervical (uterine cervix) cancer in the United States in 2009: New cases: 11,270. Deaths: 4,070. Worldwide less than 250,000 women will be diagnosed each year with cervical cancer."

They say the primary cause of cervical cancer is two strains of the HPV virus (Human Papilloma Virus). So, they spent two decades creating a "vaccine" targeting girls ages 12-14. The highest prevalence of HPV was among woman aged 20-24. They say the test group revealed about 3.4% of women tested positive for the 4 strains targeted by the vaccine, "translating to an estimated 3.1 million exposed women in the studied age groups."

Now, let's do the math here:
11,270 new cases of cervical cancer in 2009 divided by 3,100,000 estimated number of women exposed to the target strains equals 0.003635 or 0.0036%. The number of deaths in 2009: 4070 divided by 3,100.000 = 0.00131%. So, we're pushing a vaccine on millions of women and girls at an average of $130 per dose.

AND one person has to get THREE doses. Total average cost-about $400 bucks! The Census Bureau estimated 154,135,120 women lived in the United States as of July 2008.

Costwise we're looking at $61,654,048,000 to vaccinate each of these woman in the US only. Worldwide there are 3,388,960,000 women,for a cost of $1,355,584,000,000 to vaccinate each of them with Gardasil.

SO, what does this have to do with suppressing menstration? PLENTY.

"Women who use birth control pills for a long time are more likely to develop cervical cancer, according to a new study.
Researchers from the International Agency on Cancer Research in Lyon, France, found that the risk increased by more than 50% after five years of oral contraceptive use, and more than doubled after 10 years. The study was published in The Lancet (Vol. 361, No. 9364: 1159-1167).

Cervical cancer is a relatively uncommon cancer in the United States. It will be diagnosed in about 12,000 American women in 2003, according to American Cancer Society estimates, and it will kill about 4,000 women. Cervical cancer is not among the top 10 cancers in American women, mainly because of early detection through Pap tests.

However, it is the second most common cancer in women in less-developed countries and a major cause of death worldwide. A major risk factor is infection with the human papilloma virus (HPV). The HPV strains that cause cervical cancer are sexually transmitted and very common."

Recap: Use BCP to supress menstruation. Increased BCP use leads to increased suseptability for HPV-the virus that causes cervical cancer. Solution: get vaccinated for the virus that is going to increase the rate of cervical cancer since BCP use increases the suseptability to the virus.

Do you REALLY think they are looking out for your health? THINK AGAIN!


  1. Oh my, that's very disturbing. I tried birth control pills when I first got married but it only lasted a couple months as I got so sick, and some doctors have even stated that they think the birth control pills are what triggered my chronic fatigue syndrome.

  2. I wouldn't be surprised. My mom started me on them at 11 when I was sexually assaulted (she wanted to prevent pregnancy in case it happened again) I was on birth control until age 21. By that time I was diagnosed with endometriosis, ovarian cysts which required surgery to remove, moderate adhesions, and I have given birth to 2 sets of twins-once at age 18 and again at 22. Just a couple years ago I was diagnosed with a fibroid tumor in my uterus and underwent Lupron injections to shrink it. First time in my life I was pain free. But when the injections stopped, the pain and condition came back. The only way for me to be rid of all of this mess is a hysterectomy but so far I can find a physician who will do it (they think I am too young at 32 and might want more kids-nevermind I had a tubal ligation after the 2nd set of twins were born!)

    It amazes me that they will let anyone have an abortion regardless of age citing it as a woman's choice, yet I've been begging for a hysterectomy and no one will do it.

  3. I wanted to add, my little sister who just turned 30 was diagnosed with cervical cancer just a couple weeks ago. She was sexually active before age 13. she began birth control pills after having an abortion just before her 14th birthday and has been on them ever since. I am certain birth control is causing more problems than what we are being told.