S.A.N.E. Vax Asks Educators to be Aware of Potential Student Reactions to HPV Vaccinations

S.A.N.E Vax warns educators to look for signs of potential HPV Vaccine injury in their students.
Sept. 20, 2010 - PRLog -- North Hollywood, CA, September 20, 2010 — As the 2010-2011 school year begins many students and their parents are faced with recommended and required vaccinations and many of them are being administered by school health officials.  This is placing teachers on the front line of noting changes in their student’s health and/or an increase in school absenteeism or drop out rates.

As a professional responsible for the care of our children for several hours each day, we know you are concerned about potential health risks that may arise not only from vaccine reactions - but any and all changes in attitudes and behaviors.  S.A.N.E. Vax feels that it is our responsibility to inform you of potential health problems that may arise with some of your students after HPV vaccination.

Although adverse events are rare, they are commonly attributed to causes other than vaccination, hence delaying the need for immediate medical care. This is especially true for the HPV vaccines; Gardasil and Cervarix, because the side effects may not show up for months. According to the Vaccine Event Reporting System (VAERS), close to 19,000 adverse reactions and 78 deaths to the HPV vaccines have been reported.  Many of the adversely injured girls have been forced to drop out of school because of debilitating medical issues.

Sadly these numbers reflect only 1 to 10% of the population reporting because health officials and the public are not monitoring or attributing their daughter’s or son’s illnesses to the vaccines. However, according the September 2008, FDA Closing Statement on Gardasil 73.3% of girls getting the vaccine will develop new medical conditions. As a teacher and potential confidante to a student you will certainly be most aware of a change in the physical and/or mental health of your students.

Common side effects of HPV vaccines are:

pain, swelling, itching, bruising, and redness at the injection site







The following side effects are less common:

difficulty breathing

wheezing (bronchospasm)



swollen glands (neck, armpit, or groin)

joint pain

unusual tiredness, weakness, or confusion


generally feeling unwell

leg pain

shortness of breath

chest pain

aching muscles

muscle weakness


bad stomach ache

bleeding or bruising more easily than normal

Should a student experience any of the above problems, please alert their parents to the possibility that they may be exhibiting a vaccine reaction, even several months after getting the vaccine, so they can consult their physician.


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