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HPV vaccines are reducing fertility
Menopausal FSH levels in young female recipients of GARDASIL/GARDASIL9
I took a look into the LAB_DATA field of VAERS entries in adverse event for both the HPV vaccines and all other vaccines.
Among HPV vaccine reports there were 9 entries about women aged 12-25 which had the LAB_DATA field populated with the results of follicle-stimulating hormone levels tests.
Of these 9 entries 8 had menopausal FSH levels and 1 had a level of 0.8 IU/l.
The average FSH level in female HPV vaccinees aged 12-25 was 72.4 ±23.3 IU/l (95% CI: 49.2 – 95.7 IU/l) which is physiological only in post-menopausal women.
In comparison the average FSH level in females aged 15-34 who received another vaccine was 13.7 ±8.1 IU/l (95% CI: 5.6 – 21.8 IU/l).
EDIT: All patients who had elevated FSH levels took GARDASIL or GARDASIL9. The only patient with physiological FSH levels took CERVARIX.
I stumbled over a publication from 2017 which states: “Approximately 60% of women who did not receive the HPV vaccine had been pregnant at least once, whereas only 35% of women who were exposed to the vaccine had conceived. […] If 100% of females in this study had received the HPV vaccine, data suggest the number of women having ever conceived would have fallen by 2 million [in the USA].”
This stimulated me to browse VAERS for all reports which LAB_DATA field contain FSH level test results.
I searched all VAERS reports for entries which LAB_DATA field matched the following Regular Expression:
It would have made sense to look for LH, estradiol and AMH levels as well, but time is a precious resource and there are lots of other peculiarities in the VAERS database that I would like to write about, so FSH will have to do for today.
I have plotted all the lab results to a scatter chart against patient age for both vaccinees receiving a HPV vaccine and vaccinees receiving another vaccine.
These are the results for female HPV vaccinees aged 12-25:
53.9, 4.5, 96.5, 108, 0.7, 118.8, 162.2, 111.7,, 3.5, 81, 0.8, 72, 55, 150, 9, 73.4, 101.5, 101.5
average: 72.4 IU/l
95% CI: 49.2 – 95.7 IU/l
These are the results for female non-HPV vaccinees aged 15-34:
6.6, 4.8, 5.6, 7.8, 5.9, 36.7, 6.9, 79.4, 61.87, 4.09, 6.8, 11.7, 6.8, 5, 6.68, 6.1, 4.29, 4.29, 6.3, 9.8, 6.6, 7.2
average: 13.7 IU/l
95% CI: 5.6 - 21.8 IU/l
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