Ruby Shallom was vaccinated against HPV at school when she was 14 years old but just weeks later the horse rider and runner began to suffer from stomach spasms, dizziness, pain, headaches, and fatigue. Two years late she woke up with no feelings in her legs.

Since then she has lost all sensation in both her legs and one of her arms and is virtually bed ridden. She’s unable to eat, dress alone, or lift herself up. She’s also incontinent and often too weak to even lift her head.

But, according to the HPV makers, she’s now “One less”.

To her parent’s surprise, doctors were unable to diagnose her with anything and dismissed her issues as psychological.

Ruby Shallom, 16, started to suffer from stomach spasms, dizziness, pain, headaches and fatigue just weeks after having the HPV jab. But in May she woke up with no feelings in her legs

However, her parents Aron and Nicola, are now convinced her condition was caused by the vaccine itself. (We would agree.) And after watching Melinda Messenger speak out on This Morning, about how she stopped her 12-year-old daughter Evie from having the poke- and in spite of how her interviewers and the other guests ganged up on her- they’ve been emboldened enough to start yet another conversation about this deadly vaccine.

Her father told the Daily Mail:
“The way the doctors dismissed her was disgraceful. She doesn’t want her daughter to go through what we are going through. We back her totally. Ruby was healthy before but now she is paralysed – you could hit her legs with a hammer and she wouldn’t feel anything. We thought it was going to do her good but in hindsight it has done the complete opposite.”

(Please, check out this documentary. It’s worth your time. In every article I’ve read and done stories about, the HPV vaccine seems to be especially devastating for girls who are athletic.)

Stomach spasms after the HPV jab:

As you can imagine, Ruby is devastated by what’s happened to her and what will keep happening to others until this vaccine is pulled from the market:

Lucy Rebbeck, 15, suffered the same ordeal after having the HPV jab, her muscles were so weak she was confined to a wheelchair for six months

Initially, her doctors diagnosed her with celiac disease and removed her appendix but it didn’t help. Her mother Diane recounts how her daughter wasted away, in nearly the same fashion as Ruby.

Thankfully for Lucy, she has regained strength in her lower body after undergoing rehabilitation, including hydrotherapy. Although her family doesn’t know EXACTLY what caused her condition in the first place, MRI scans show that indeterminate patches of inflammation remain on her brain.

According to

“Scientists have known for a while now that inflammation contributes to long-term neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. But lately they have been turning up evidence that inflammation can affect the brain more directly and acutely, and might underlie a wider range of problems, from impaired cognition during infections to depression and even schizophrenia.”

(Could this mean we may see a rise of early onset Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s among the HPV vaccinated population?)

Obviously, Public Health England still strongly urges girls to have the vaccine and ignore ‘misleading information’. Because they said, “The most likely explanation for the reports of side effects is that some girls will coincidentally develop normal illnesses found in adolescents after vaccination and families may mistakenly think the vaccine has caused them.”

Does brain inflammation and severe muscle weakness, leading to paralysis, sound like a normal illness to you? Doesn’t sound like one to me. In fact, I can count the number of times that happened to my peers growing up, on one hand: ZERO.

Professor of bioinorganic chemistry at Keele University, Chris Exley, has said that the HPV vaccine contains an aluminum adjuvant which can be toxic in humans. He said research is in a ‘very early stage’ and hasn’t yet ‘undergone satisfactory safety tests to demonstrate that they are safe for use in humans’.

Well said. When will the madness end?

Source: Daily Mail