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Sitting at the table to eat a meal leaves her exhausted and she spends 24 hours a day seven days a week at home, unless she has a hospital appointment.
Doctors have refused to confirm their fears, but mother-of-three Anthea and her husband Ian, 54, an engineer, believe Zara's condition was triggered by the vaccine.
At first the family dismissed Zara's symptoms as asthma, but her health continued to deteriorate in the weeks that followed.
She suffered palpitations, felt dizzy, weak and tired, and was later diagnosed with Po TS - postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome - which makes her heart race. She said to me, "Mum, I would rather be dead than like this." She is 13 and she said, "I feel like somebody put me in an 80-year-old's body."' Eighteen months on, Zara, of Wigton, Cumbria, feels faint every time she stands, is unable to leave the house without a wheelchair and is home-schooled.
Or be infected with another strain she does not have, so that she may actually be the one taking the risk by sleeping with him. That means being tested and treated for those STD’s whose spread we can stem through screening and partner notification, being vaccinated against those we can prevent, using condoms and limiting our numbers of sexual partners.
It’s not a moral message, unless morality means acting responsibly and maturely, and respecting one’s own health and that of others.
A nurse claims her sporty 13-year-old daughter has been left wheelchair-bound after suffering an alleged reaction to the HPV vaccine.
Why then, should a woman be obligated to tell her partner that she has HPV? There is no role for partner notification and treatment in preventing the spread of HPV.
Given the ubiquitous nature of HPV infection, unless her partner is a virgin, the odds are pretty darned high that he already has had HPV. The only thing that partner notification accomplishes is to turn women with abnormal paps into pariahs, while the rest of the HPV infected men and women out there continue to copulate in blissful ignorance.
Unless they have a visible genital wart, or a much, much rarer HPV-related cancer, most men who have HPV have no idea they are infected.
That’s because Women, on the other hand, if they happen to get an abnormal pap smear during the time they are infected, may very well find out that they have HPV.