Planned Parenthood to offer H1N1 vaccine and Reports of Miscarriages and Adverse reactions to the Swine Flu Shot and Gardasil

Below are clips from various news stories:

BREMERTON, Wa. – Planned Parenthood at 623 NE Riddell Road in Bremerton is also offering the vaccine to priority groups. Planned Parenthood eventually hopes to offer the vaccine at all of its clinics in the region, according to Communications Director Brian Cutler of Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest, but they are not currently available in Silverdale or Shelton. Planned Parenthood’s supply is limited, but it is offering $15 vaccines for as long as it can with no appointment necessary.“We just want to make sure that people that want it can get it,” Cutler said.

Albany, NY : H1N1 flu clinics for pregnant women
Washington County Public Health Service: Washington County received a shipment of H1N1 vaccines, but do not have at this time. They have been getting and distributing the H1N1 vaccine and the thimerosal-free H1N1 vaccine for pregnant women in limited amounts. Providers, including Planned Parenthood and the County Wick Office, are notified by Washington County so that they can refer pregnant patients to them.

Washington County is holding three community clinics on November 9th, 16th, and 23rd for the three top priority groups: pregnant women, children six months to eighteen years of age, caregivers, and household contacts of children less than six months old. The clinics will be open from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on all days and are by appointment only.

Welcome to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland

H1N1 Vaccine Now Available

Planned Parenthood clinics in Nebraska and Polk County, IA now have the H1N1 flu vaccine. Please call to see if you meet the qualifications and to make an appointment

Wilmington, NC. – Planned Parenthood giving out H1N1 vaccines

With enough H1N1 vaccines available to open up supplies to the general public, Planned Parenthood sent out an announcement yesterday that they have shots available in Wilmington.

Vaccine Induced Abortion Reports
From the website: Age of Autism

Miscarriage We received an email with a list of reports from women who have miscarried following vaccination. Is there a connection between vaccination while pregnant and miscarriage? Ask your doctor and demand answers and proof of safety as you decide on your own pre-natal care. Our condolences to the parents who have suffered miscarriages. We used abortion in the headline because these women did not choose to terminate their pregnancies.

November 6, 2009 at 11:00 am (40) “*” says:

“I’m from a town of 2000 in SD, there are several women pregnant and we are all due within a few weeks of each other. Four of us got the H1N1 vaccine 2 weeks ago and one by one each of us started to have preterm contractions. We are all due in Nov and Dec so we are further along than most of the people that lost their babies. There is no way you can tell us that our preterm labor was not caused by the H1N1 vaccine. It may look like a “fluke” to some people when these women are scattered all over the country but we are talking about 4 of us in our small community. My heart goes out to all of you that lost your babies.”

Posted on Sun Nov 15 04:19:29 2009 by “*”

The reports are rolling in:

(2) (*) says:

I got both vaccines on Thursday. I was 9 weeks pregnant. I miscarried on Sunday. I was told by several doctors to get these vaccines. Now I wish I followed my gut feeling and not get them at ALL!

October 29, 2009 at 8:33 am (3) says:

i work in a hospital like setting and was told ‘the benefits outweigh the risks” 1am i got the vaccine, 3am i started bleeding and craming, 3pm miscarried. you decide

October 31, 2009 at 1:29 pm (4) (*) says:

I had the H1N1 vaccination and 24 hours later had a miscarriage.

October 31, 2009 at 8:25 pm (5) (*) says:

My daughter in law was 10 weeks pregnant and had the H1N1 vaccine on Friday that night she miscarried.

November 1, 2009 at 9:58 pm (6) (*) says:

I received the H1N1 over a week ago. I am now 5 weeks. I am doing well so far.

November 2, 2009 at 10:52 pm (7) (*) says:

I was so ready to get the H1N1 vaccine last week and they were only giving them to pregnant women. I was 6 weeks along and got it and the next day I started cramping and miscarried. I already had two healthy pregnancies and never miscarried or had any problems. My doctors think I am crazy to think it was the H1N1 but if no one looks into this than other women will not know. I am so sorry that I got it.

November 3, 2009 at 4:30 pm (8) (*) says:

I also received the H1N1 vaccination on October 22nd, 2009 and went into labor on October 25th, at 16 weeks pregnant and we just heard the heartbeat and everything was fine with my pregnancy on October 16th, 2009, then on October 28th my water broke then on October 29th, I delivered a stillborn baby boy, and no one can tell me why.Everyone wants to say it did not come from the shot but I believe it did. My baby was growing at the correct pace and everyone wants to brush off the vaccination. I say if you have the vaccination and suffer a miscarriage if they are able to perform an autopsy have it done. November 3, 2009 at 4:34 pm

November 4, 2009 at 10:12 pm (10) (*) says:

I received the H1N1 vaccine on October 16th and started experiencing cramping on the 22nd. I was nearly 17 weeks pregnant and gave birth to a stillborn baby boy on the 23rd. Like many of the other women here, the first thing I suspected was the H1N1 vaccine. I immediately asked a nurse at the hospital if that would have anything to do with it. Without hesitation, she told me “absolutely not.” I had reservations about getting the vaccine, but followed the advice of my long trusted family doctor. In a follow up appointment with my doctor 3 days after I lost my baby, I asked him if the vaccine would have had any adverse effects on my baby. He also said that it was not possible. I don’t believe that my doctor was necessarily lying to me, he was simply following the accepted practices and opinions of his field. I do, however, believe that as a nation, we are being lied to. This vaccine is NOT safe during pregnancy. There has not been enough testing done to determine this and there are far too many “coincidences” for this to be anything but a result of a vaccine that was hastily pushed into production and distribution in an effort to stop widespread panic. I have read so many stories in defense of the vaccine that will talk about how common miscarriages are, but I would challenge you to ask ANY health care professional how common second trimester miscarriages are. My baby was doing perfect developmentally and I had felt him move earlier that day. My heart goes out to all of you out there who have had to go through the same heartache and loss that I have had in the last couple of weeks. There is no reason that any woman or family should have to go through this. Get the word out to all of the pregnant women that you know. I know that if I had heard that women had been losing their babies shortly after they received the vaccine, I would have followed my gut and not gotten it myself. Maybe then Wyatt would have had a chance at life.

November 6, 2009 at 8:16 am (36) (*) says:

I recently got the H1N1 vaccine and miscarried 3 days later. I thought it could have been the vaccine but didnt ask. After finding this site I believe it was the vaccine. Sorry to everyone else out there who has just experienced a miscarriage.

November 6, 2009 at 11:54 am (42) (*) says:

Im not sure but not only myself, i know someone that withing 4 days of getting the shot we both miscarried, i was only 6 weeks and she was 4 months along, not sure if the shot caused it and cant find any other information but i am a little concerned about this coincidence.

November 11, 2009 at 2:05 pm (238) (*) says:

I was vaccinated on Friday and on Tuesday my first trimester screening ultrasound showed that my baby did not have a heart beat. I was 12 weeks along and the baby measured 12 weeks so it must have happened after the vaccination (when I was 11 weeks). I doubt that they will ever draw any conclusions about the cause of my baby’s death but it is quite uncommon to have a miscarriage after 12 weeks and if I could make the decision again, I would have played it safe (although that’s what I thought I was doing) and NOT have had the shot.

Another Report writes:

This is a heart breaking story from a friend of mine… Yes, tomorrow I will be protesting (with the consent of the mother who I’m still waiting to hear back from) in memory of Wyatt James Ihnen. The mother who received the vaccine is my best friend’s sister-in-law. I am extremely close to the family.

She went in to get the H1N1 shot and that same night started experiencing cramps and the baby started kicking more than usual. She didn’t think anything of it at first, just thought that she was getting sick or something, but the next morning she still had cramps so she went to the hospital and Wyatt was stillborn (natural birth!). Wyatt was 17 weeks old and 7 inches long. The mother and child were healthy with no complications prior to the shot.

She and the father are having an extremely hard time with the death of their son. She feels like by baby Wyatt kicking he was trying to tell mommy,” Help me!” That thought haunts her.

The family performed a funeral and everything.


(*) November 14th, 2009 at 8:22 pm

THIS WEEK.. Tues 10 Nov 2:30pm I had the seasonal flu shot (not H1N1)- supposed to be safe for pregnant women & highly advised. Wed 11 Nov 4:30pm began bleeding and taken by ambulance to ER where heartbeat could not be confirmed externally. Thurs 12 Nov 9:30am internal ultrasound confirmed no heartbeat. Fri 13 Nov I had a D&C. My heart is absolutely broken.

I have never had a miscarriage before. Have 1 healthy son who I carried to term. No history of poor health (ie: diabetes, obesity, blood pressure, etc.)No drugs/alcohol. I eat a healthy diet with lots of raw veggies & fruit, but not vegatarian.

I heard my baby’s heartbeat just a few weeks before and everything seemed to be progressing normally. Now may baby is gone and there is nothing I or anyone can do to turn back the clock. I will never know if this immunization was the cause of my loss or what. But I am utterly broken. Emily, Ft Benning, GA, USA


11-08-2009, 09:26 PM (*)

This is so sad.

A friend of ours had a miscarriage on October 30th. She was just over 12 weeks along, and there was no heartbeat at the 12 week ultrasound. She was right on target for size and heartbeat the week before.

I just called my close friend (the woman who miscarried’s best friend) and asked if she had gotten the H1N1 shot recently. It turns out that she got the shot the week before, at 11 weeks, when everything was fine with the pregnancy. Makes me wonder.

Personally, I’d never get a vaccine while pregnant. My gut just says “NO” and I try to trust that instinct, as it hasn’t led me wrong so far.


More trouble with Gardasil
More young women and their parents are speaking out about problems with the human papillomavirus vaccine

Cape Cod Times: December 03, 2009 2:00 AM

The list of local teens who believe they have experienced adverse reactions to the Gardasil vaccine has grown, with two sisters from Sandwich reporting medical problems following their shots.
Brianna Faiella, 15, developed aches, fever and swelling a few hours after receiving a dose of Gardasil and the seasonal flu nasal spray vaccine Aug. 25.

“By midnight, Brianna was barely breathing,” says her mother, Mary Beth O’Brien. “Every joint and muscle in her body ached.”

O’Brien drove her daughter to Newton-Wellesley Hospital, where Brianna’s Needham-based pediatrician met them.
“There was nothing they could do for her other than to give pain medications and make her comfortable,” O’Brien says. She says the pediatrician and hospital employees told her they were reporting the reaction to the Centers for Disease Control’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
It was Brianna’s first Gardasil shot. She’s had the flu vaccine in the past with no ill effects, O’Brien says.

She says Brianna’s older sister Annie also developed health problems following a Gardasil shot, but doctors are less sure of a possible connection to the vaccine developed to prevent some types of human papillomavirus.

Annie, a cheerleader and volleyball player at Sacred Heart Academy in Kingston, already had a complicated health history by the time she received her first Gardasil dose in April, O’Brien says.
Annie has a digestive disorder that also suppresses her immune system. A couple of weeks after her shot, she had to have her gall bladder removed. Several days after surgery she developed a severe rash.

“It ended up taking over her entire body. She looked like a burn victim with open wounds, bleeding,” O’Brien says. “They put her on steroids. It didn’t even touch this rash.”
Annie had her second Gardasil shot later in the summer and currently takes cyclosporin to keep the rash down to an eczema-like simmer.

“When I get off the medicine, it full blooms,” Annie says.

O’Brien wonders whether this is a severe form of the “Gardasil rash” reported by many young women.

She says she has cancelled the rest of the Gardasil series for Brianna, Annie and even Brianna’s twin, Bethany, who suffered no ill effects from her first dose. A fourth daughter, her oldest, had all three shots without experiencing side effects.

A growing number of young women are joining the ranks of “Gardasil Girls,” young women who believe they have been injured by the Merck vaccine that was approved in 2006 and has been heavily marketed as a preventive for cervical cancer.

On Oct. 15, the Cape Cod Times ran a story about three teens, all of whom developed a rash and other symptoms — in one case, partial paralysis — after their vaccinations.

One of O’Brien’s neighbors, knowing she was frustrated about Annie’s rash and Brianna’s lingering health issues, showed her the article, O’Brien says.

Barbara Loe Fisher of the nonprofit National Vaccine Information Center says there are enough adverse reactions to the Gardasil vaccine to warrant a federal investigation.

Fisher, who is a founder of the vaccine watchdog group, has asked Congress and federal health agencies to look into VAERS reports that more than 3,000 young women have been harmed by the vaccine and 48 have died.

So far, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the FDA say the vaccine — given in three separate shots — is safe and effective, with side effects including pain at the injection site, risk of fainting and blood clots.
A CDC vaccine report, last updated Nov. 5, says 26 million doses of Gardasil were distributed in the United States as of Sept. 1. The agency says that, based on its reporting systems, it continues to recommend Gardasil vaccination.

Cape pediatrician Leif Norenberg says he thinks Gardasil is a good vaccine. Patients’ mothers have died of cervical cancer, he said, adding that HPV also can cause hysterectomies and repeat gynecological visits.

Patients falling ill after getting the vaccine doesn’t mean there’s a connection to Gardasil, Norenberg said. “Bad things happen to people without vaccines. I’m not real concerned about it.”
But Nancy St. George of Pembroke is convinced Gardasil has destroyed the health of her 25-year-old daughter, Danielle St. George.

Danielle got her first shot in June 2007 and shortly afterward a lymph node on her collar bone swelled up, her mother said.

The swelling had subsided by the time of Danielle’s second shot in August, but one week later her symptoms returned — with a vengeance.

“Every lymph node in her body was swollen,” St. George said, adding that her daughter developed a rash, sweats and headaches.

Danielle suffered such severe muscle spasms that at times she couldn’t walk, St. George said. One spasm was so severe her daughter broke her back molar and had to get a root canal and cap.
“She gets hives. Her eyes would get out of focus. Her voice would go,” St. George says. Danielle, who was studying biology at the University of Massachusetts-Boston in the hope of becoming a doctor, now lives on Social Security disability.

St. George says the physician assistant who works for Danielle’s doctor told the family she was reporting Danielle’s case to VAERS, and the doctor said they’d never seen anything like this.
St. George wonders whether Danielle should even have been considered a candidate for Gardasil, given her medical history of a metal allergy and cat scratch fever.
“I think the third shot would have killed her,” St. George says.

Fisher, of the vaccine watchdog group, says what Danielle may have experienced is a phenomenon known as “rechallenge.”

In rechallenge cases, second and third doses of a vaccine cause symptoms to reappear or become worse, she says.

“It becomes very important when there are symptoms to not take them lightly and assume they are a coincidence,” Fisher says. “It would be better to assume causation. That’s the precautionary principle.”

Swelling of the lymph nodes in particular indicates an inflammation in the body, she says. “It is not something to be ignored. Most doctors don’t know how to treat it and stop the inflammation.”
Looking back on her series of Gardasil shots, 18-year-old Nicole Goodman of Pocasset believes the migraine-type headaches she experienced after her first two doses were a tip-off something was wrong.

The Bourne High School graduate and former cheerleader and gymnast, who was profiled in the Oct. 15 article, experienced fainting episodes, nausea, low muscle tone, muscle spasms and partial paralysis of her left leg after her third dose.

Despite seeing a stream of specialists, her symptoms are getting worse, Goodman says. The dystonia — low muscle tone — has moved up her back, her eye muscles are affected and she is now on a catheter.

Fisher said it’s “ridiculous” that federal officials are not taking Gardasil complaints seriously. Fisher says. She said 89 percent of reports on adverse reactions filed by Merck were incomplete.
“That’s shocking,” Fisher said.

Stories such as Danielle’s, Brianna’s, Annie’s and Nicole’s are a reason why the NVIC and some doctors are questioning the necessity of the Gardasil vaccine, which the CDC recommends for girls starting at age 11, Fisher says.

The HPV vaccine was developed to guard against four types of human papillomavirus, including two types that cause about 70 percent of cervical cancer.

Cervical cancer, while a major killer of women in developing countries, does not make the top 10 list of fatal malignancies for women in America, where routine screening with the Pap test drove cervical cancer deaths rates down 74 percent between 1955 to 1992.

In the Journal of the American Medical Association, Dr. Charlotte Haug of Norway editorialized that the cervical cancer cure and detection rate indicates a woman “should be willing to accept only a small risk of harmful effects from the vaccine.”

In Sandwich, Brianna Faiella mainly has recovered from her vaccine scare.
“I’m doing a lot better,” she says. “It took a while.”

The three-sport athlete at Sacred Heart Academy now relies on an inhaler to get through her runs, and she seems permanently congested, said her mother.

And while her daughter Annie’s cyclosporin treatments are helping to control her mystery rash, the treatments can’t go on forever since they can lead to kidney damage, O’Brien says.

“Nobody can tell you what it is,” she says. “We’ve seen so many specialists.”

It’s frustrating that there’s no way to test whether the Gardasil or some kind of toxin caused her daughters’ misery, O’Brien says.

“They just put you through so many tests and they all come back negative,” Nancy St. George says. She says her daughter Danielle now has a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, but that doesn’t tell half the story.

“There’s no test for Gardasil syndrome,” St. George says. “That’s what I call it.”

14 Year Old Athlete gets ill after Swine Flu Shot

Va. teen suffers rare illness after swine flu shot
Boy diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, but CDC says no clear link

By JoNel Aleccia Thurs., Nov . 12, 2009

A 14-year-old Virginia boy is weak and struggling to walk after coming down with a reported case of Guillain-Barre syndrome within hours after receiving the H1N1 vaccine for swine flu.

Jordan McFarland, a high school athlete from Alexandria, Va., left Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children Tuesday night in a wheelchair nearly a week after developing severe headaches, muscle spasms and weakness in his legs following a swine flu shot. He will likely need the assistance of a walker for four to six weeks, plus extensive physical therapy.

“The doctor said I’ll recover fully, but it’s going to take some time,” the teenager said….

Vaccine critic Barbara Lowe Fisher, president of the National Vaccine Information Center in Vienna, Va., said assuming all potential side effects are coincidence is a mistake. Such an attitude is likely to prevent doctors and other health workers from reporting adverse events in a timely manner, obscuring a true picture of any problems…

Fisher said she suspects that many more cases of GBS have occurred in the wake of the H1N1 vaccines.

“We basically have people blowing it off,” she said. “We need to make sure people are reporting.”…

Jordan’s experience has made his parents think hard about immunization…Full Story Here

In mid August 2009 Desiree Jennings was training for a marathon, became an ambassador to the Washington Redskins cheerleading squad in hopes of joining the team, and just living a overal healthy life. But after a routine flu shot in Reston, VA at a Safeway she developed severe and possibly life threatening side effects from the vaccine.

Twenty-five year old Jennings says she was healthy and active and was not in a high-risk group at the time of her shot. She says she received the vaccine to earn points for her work health plan that gives perks for each level of ‘wellness’ that is attained. It was not until ten days after she received the shot that she began to experience flu-like symptoms.

Her physical therapist at Johns Hopkins Hospital say she is suffering from dystonia, a neurological movement disorder where sustained muscle contractions cause body jerks, and abnormal or repetitive movements.

People who suffer from dystonia often are required to re-learn even the most basic routines. It is a rare disease and is not completely understood.

You realize your life is never going to come back the way it was,” Desiree told the Times-Mirror. “My goal in life was to one day be a CEO. Now, I don’t know if I can ever return back to work”.


UPDATED: This testimony of forced sterilization by our government from the film: MAAFA21

Adding video- 11-12-2009

Also Read: Death Panels? Rationing Gov’t Swine Flu shot ? Elderly “at Risk” man calls “Obama Out”

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