Saturday, November 15, 2014

Ce que le Gardasil m’a apporté par Alicia Koeppel

Gardasil changed my life completely
Alicia


Ce que le Gardasil m’a apporté :
  
 le syndrome de tachycardie orthostatique posturale (STOP) et un pacemaker !

A 20 ans, je travaillais dans une pharmacie. J’étais en parfaite santé, j’étais très active, je faisais de l’athlétisme  et je voyais le futur avec enthousiasme.

Le Gardasil a été approuvé par la FDA en juin 2006. En décembre, une semaine avant mon 21ème anniversaire, j’ai reçu la première des trois injections de Gardasil. Depuis, je n’ai plus jamais été la même personne.

Mes premiers symptômes: fatigue, vertiges, douleurs thoraciques. Un mois après avoir reçu la première dose (janvier 2007), j’ai dû être transportée aux urgences pour des douleurs thoraciques. Je suis finalement rentrée à la maison et trois jours plus tard, je me suis évanouie pour la première fois de ma vie. J’ai dû retourner à l’hôpital. où je suis restée 5 jours. Le premier test de la table basculante s’est avéré positif. Mes symptômes ressemblaient à des attaques de panique : accélération du rythme cardiaque passant de 80 à 160 battements par minute. J’avais des nausées et des bouffées de chaleur.

Après le premier test, on a procédé à un examen au cours duquel des électrodes étaient implantées dans le cœur. Les résultats de ce dernier test se sont avérés négatifs. Cependant, au cours de la soirée qui a suivi ces tests, je me suis à nouveau évanouie.

Je suis rentrée à la maison avec un diagnostic possible du syndrome de tachycardie orthostatique posturale (STOP). Une augmentation exagérée de la fréquence cardiaque est souvent accompagnée d’hypotension, de vertiges, de nausées, de palpitations, de bouffées de chaleur et de fatigue surtout dans la position verticale.

On m’a mis sous médicaments et conseillé d’augmenter ma consommation de sel.

Un mois plus tard (février 2007), j’ai reçu ma seconde dose de Gardasil. Jusqu’alors, je m’étais évanouie 3 fois au cours du seul mois de janvier. A peine 5 jours après avoir reçu la seconde dose du vaccin, je me suis à nouveau évanouie. Le jour suivant la même chose s’est reproduite.

Bien que j’aie suivi les recommandations du cardiologue par rapport aux médicaments et à la consommation de sel, je continuais à m’évanouir environ tous les quinze jours. Ces évanouissements me provoquaient des contusions faciales, des commotions et des blessures aux épaules. Après m’être encore évanouie en rentrant à la maison, je fus à nouveau transportée à l’hôpital pour observation. Le cardiologue essaya différents médicaments et je pus rentrer à la maison après 5 jours.

En mai, je m’étais évanouie 9 fois. J’ai donc été consulter un neurologue à la clinique Mayo de Scottsdale qui me fit passer un électro-encéphalogramme, ainsi qu’un autre test. Les deux examens se sont avérés négatifs.

Cependant, on m’a conseillé de ne pas recevoir la 3ème dose de Gardasil et on m’a précisé que tous mes symptômes pourraient être dus à la vaccination contre le HPV.

Au 1er juillet, je m’étais évanouie 13 fois. Je consultai à nouveau un cardiologue à la clinique Mayo qui me fit subir le test de la table basculante. Cette fois, le test s’avéra encore positif. J’ai ensuite dû porter un moniteur cardiaque (24 heures), ainsi qu’un autre moniteur. Une arythmie fut détectée…

Le 30 août 2007, je m’étais évanouie 22 fois. La dernière fois, je me suis cassé le poignet. Le lendemain matin, le cardiologue décida de m’implanter un pacemaker. A partir d’alors, ma vie a beaucoup changé. Je devais maintenant prendre 6 à 9 comprimés par jour. Je ne pouvais plus travailler que quatre heures par jour au lieu d’un full time. J’étais à ce point fatiguée que ma vie sociale en fut profondément bouleversée. Je ne pouvais plus aller seule où que ce soit car j’avais peur de m’évanouir et de me blesser à nouveau. Je me demandais si ma vie redeviendrait un jour « normale ».

Tant mon cardiologue que mon neurologue m’ont fait comprendre que le Gardasil devait être responsable de mon état.

Avant le Gardasil, j’étais une étudiante en pleine santé, impatiente de vivre pleinement ma vie. Au lieu de cela, j’ai vu ma vie sociale s’effondrer. Il me fallait renoncer aux projets que j’avais faits, vu qu’il ne m’était plus possible de travailler full time. Je ne pouvais plus rester seule à cause du risque d’évanouissement. Toute ma vie était bouleversée. Suite à toutes les expériences que j’ai faites avec le Gardasil, je ne voudrais recommander ce vaccin à personne. Je dois noter que personne ne m’a parlé des effets secondaires possibles de ce vaccin avant que je reçoive les deux premières doses. Je souhaiterais que personne ne soit obligé de vivre ce que j’ai dû traverser sans être averti et bien informé. Le Gardasil n’est pas sûr pour tout le monde – il ne l’a pas été pour moi.

J’ai maintenant 28 ans. Je suis mariée et ai deux beaux petits garçons. J’ai toujours mon pacemaker.

Mon employeur à la pharmacie a été très compréhensif. J’ai dû abandonner le travail en pharmacie pour tenter de gagner ma vie autrement. J’ai malheureusement dû très vite réaliser que je ne savais pas faire mon travail sans avoir des étourdissements, des vertiges, sans que mon cœur s’emballe d’une manière incontrôlable. Je fus virée après six mois.

Bien que mon nouvel employeur ait été très compréhensif, j’ai malgré tout dû abandonner pour devenir mère au foyer.

Mes deux grossesses ont été difficiles. Pour la première j’ai développé une pré-éclampsie. Les médecins ont pensé que je devais en souffrir depuis un certain temps parce que ma tachycardie (STOP) avait pu en masquer les symptômes. J’ai aussi connu des problèmes de tension. Après cette grossesse, mes symptômes de STOP ont commencé à diminuer. Ma seconde grossesse a été assez différente. Au cours du 3ème trimestre, mes symptômes de STOP sont réapparus. Cela fait huit mois que j’ai donné naissance à mon second fils et les symptômes de STOP constituent toujours un véritable problème. Mon fils Paxton de 8 mois connaît lui aussi des problèmes de santé. Je me demande si des éléments du vaccin ne sont pas restés dans mon corps ; cela pourrait peut-être expliquer pourquoi sa santé est altérée aujourd’hui.

Il y a quelques jours, j’ai lu un article qui parlait des effets que le Gardasil pouvait avoir sur les bébés si la maman avait été vaccinée quand elle était enceinte ; ou peu avant de devenir enceinte. C’était assez effrayant.

Si jamais vous envisagiez de vous faire injecter le Gardasil ou un autre vaccin contre le HPV, je voudrais vous recommander de faire une recherche sérieuse avant de prendre votre décision. Je souhaiterais maintenant avoir moi-même pris ces précautions.

Je vous en prie, rappelez-vous qu’il n’existe pas de médicament qui soit sans danger pour tout le monde.

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USA (VAERS)
Rapports d’effets secondaires  des vaccins contre le HPV
VAERS (Vacccine Adverse Events Reporting System)

Mise à jour des chiffres au mois de Septembre 2014

VAERS : Organisme officiel américain de vaccinovigilance qui recueille les rapports d’effets secondaires possibles des vaccins aux Etats-Unis. Il est contrôlé par le CDC et la FDA

Description
Total
Infirmes
1.212
Décès
176
N’ont pas récupéré
7.364
Frottis du col anormaux
582
Dysplasies du col de l’utérus
254
Cancers du col de l’utérus
96
Cas où le pronostic vital a été engagé
656
Visites aux urgences
12.019
Hospitalisations
3.809
Séjours hospitaliers prolongés
258
Effets secondaires graves
5.097
Effets secondaires
36.710

P.S. Seuls 1 à 10% des effets secondaires seraient généralement rapportés

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THOMAS O’BRYAN, DC, CCN, DACBN is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the National College of Chiropractic. He is a Diplomate of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, a Diplomate of the Clinical Nutrition Board of the American Chiropractic Association, and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist with the International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists. He is a Certified Applied Kinesiologist as well as a Certified Practitioner in Functional Biomechanics from the Motion Palpation Institute. He is a member of The Institute for Functional Medicine, the International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists, the American Chiropractic Association, the International Academy of Preventive Medicine, and numerous other professional organizations. Dr. O’Bryan is a practicing graduate of The Institute for Functional Medicine’s hallmark program Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP). Using the tools of applied kinesiology, laboratory, and functional medicine, Dr. O’Bryan assists patients in reclaiming their health with an emphasis on diet and nutrition. This provides a motivating and successful game plan for patients who previously suffered from debilitating symptoms, high risk for disease, and frustrating medical problems. Dr. O’Bryan has been a Visiting Instructor at Northeastern Illinois University, where he taught “Applied Nutrition for Health and Performance.” He is a Visiting Instructor at the National University of Health Sciences. He is the Vice President of the Illinois Chapter of the International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists. He is listed in Who’s Who in International Medicine and the International Directory of Distinguished Leadership for Excellence in Education. He is a triathlete and a second-degree black belt in Aikido. Awarded Chiropractor of The Year (1988) in Chicago, Dr. O’Bryan is the past President of the Chicago Chiropractic Society and a past Director of the Illinois Chiropractic Society. 

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What Gardasil did to me: POTS and a Pacemaker by Alicia Koeppel

Gardasil changed my life completely




What Gardasil did to me: POTS and a Pacemaker


By Alicia Koeppel
Tucson Arizona


When I was 20 years old, I was working as a certified pharmacy technician. I was very healthy, athletic and active. I looked forward to my future.
Gardasil was approved by the FDA in June of 2006. That December, one week before my 21st birthday, I received my first of three injections. I have not been the same person since then.
My first symptoms were fatigue, dizziness, and chest pains. One month after the first dose (January 2007), I was transported to the local emergency room for chest pains. I was released, but three days later I fainted for the first time in my life.  This resulted in another trip to the hospital; this time from my place of work.
I was admitted to the hospital for the next five days. While there I had a tilt table test that was positive. My symptoms resembled panic attacks: racing heart (increasing from aroung 80 beats per minute to over 160, feeling nauseous and hot. I did not actually pass out though.
Immediately following the tilt table test, I had an electro physiology study done. This is a special catheterization test during which flexible insulated wires with metal electrode tips (electrode catheters) are inserted into the heart in order to study the cardiac electrical system. The results from that were negative. However, that night after the tests were performed, I fainted again.
I was discharged with the possible diagnosis of Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). POTS is defined by symptoms of orthostatic intolerance associated with an increase in heart rate from the supine to upright position of more than 30 beats per minute, or to a heart rate of greater than 120 beats per minute within ten minutes of head-up tilt (HUT). An exaggerated increase in heart rate often accompanied by hypotension (low blood pressure) in association with dizziness, nausea, palpitations, heat and fatigue in the upright position.
I was put on some medication and advised to increase my salt intake.
A month later (February 2007)  I received the second dose of Gardasil. Up until this point, I had fainted 3 times, all in the month of January. Only 5 days after receiving the second dose I fainted. The very next day, the same thing happened again.
After following my cardiologist’s orders as far as medication and increased salt intake, I was still passing out every two weeks or so. These fainting episodes resulted in concussions, facial bruising, and shoulder injuries. Once after driving home at night, I passed out in my driveway. The next morning I was admitted to the hospital for observation where my cardiologist tried different medications. I was released after another 5 days.
By May, I had fainted 9 times so I was sent to see a neurologist at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. While there an EEG was done, as well as an autonomic reflex test. Both turned out negative. However, I was advised not to receive the 3rd Gardasil vaccination and was told that all of my symptoms could be due to the HPV vaccinations.
By July 1st, I had passed out 13 times and was referred to a cardiologist at the Mayo Hospital where another tilt table test was done. This one also came out positive. By now, I had to wear a 24-hour heart monitor as well as an event monitor.
The 24-hour monitor showed my racing heartbeat and the event monitor showed an arrhythmia. We were not able to record a fainting episode because when I passed out either the leads became unhooked, or the impact from the fall would disconnect the power cord or cause the batteries to fall out.
As of August 30, 2007, I had fainted 22 times, the last episode resulting in a fractured wrist. My cardiologist decided to implant a pacemaker the very next morning.
This changed my life dramatically. I was taking from 6 to 9 pills per day. I was only able to work four hours a day instead of full time. I was so fatigued all the time that my social life declined substantially. I was unable to go anywhere by myself for fear I would pass out and injure myself. I wondered if life would ever be ’normal’ again.
Both my cardiologist and neurologist suggested Gardasil is to blame for my condition.
Before Gardasil I was a healthy, independent student looking forward to life on my own. Instead my social life became almost non-existent. My future plans diminished due to my inability to earn a full-time wage. Fainting episodes meant I could not spend any time alone. My entire life was altered tremendously.
Based on my horrible experiences after receiving Gardasil, I would not recommend this vaccine to anyone. No one explained possible side effects to me before I took two of the three shots. I do not want to see anyone else going through similar circumstances without being warned. Gardasil is not safe for everyone – it was not safe for me.

Fast forward seven years

I am now 28 years old, married with two beautiful boys. I still have my pacemaker implanted.
My employer at the pharmacy where I worked when I got the Gardasil injections was very understanding and accommodating. I left work there to pursue other opportunities. It was not long before I found myself unable to perform the job requirements without getting lightheaded, dizzy and having my heart race uncontrollably. I was fired after only six months.
My next employer was wonderful and much more accommodating, but I left to become a stay at home mom.
Both of my pregnancies were difficult. The first one, I developed pre-eclampsia. The doctors believe I had it for some time before I was diagnosed because my POTS masked the symptoms. What would be normal to high for a regular person was my blood pressure, but they didn’t realize I had started with such a low blood pressure reading so ’normal’ for me was much lower than other people.
After this pregnancy, my POTS symptoms diminished.
My second pregnancy was completely different. By the 3rd trimester the POTS symptoms returned with a vengeance. It felt like I was 21 again. It has been eight months since I gave birth to my second son and POTS is still a substantial problem.
My 8 month old boy, Paxton, is facing many health issues right now as well. Part of me wonders if something in the vaccine was still in my body and is now affecting him. I read an article the other day regarding the effects Gardasil may have on babies if a mom was vaccinated while pregnant, or shortly before becoming pregnant. It was quite frightening.
If you are considering Gardasil, or any other HPV vaccine, please do some research before you decide, I wish I would have.
Please remember – no medication is safe for everyone.

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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Nine Remedies To Get Rid Of A Nasty Cold by Omved

natural cold remedies

Get rid of the nasty cold
9 remedies to get you well!

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Common cold is an ailment that can affect us any time of the year. Not only is it a draining experience but the blocked passages can be quite painful! We've listed 9 remedies that can help you get rid of the cold naturally. Bookmark this post so that you can head to a speedy recover the next time you feel a bout of flu or cough coming on.

Remedy #1 - Keep yourself hydrated

You need to drink lots of fluids to get rid of the congestion. Opt for water at room temperature or orange juices. Not only will these keep your throat moist and help to break the congestion, but will also keep you hydrated. Drink a minimum of 8-10 glasses of water, fresh juices, soups and warm teas.

Remedy #2 - Inhalation works!

Hold your head over a pot of boiling water to ease the congestion. Add a few drops of Sushwasa essential oil to the water and inhale. Sushwasa oils are a combination of Camphor, Ginger, Basil, Eucalyptus leaf oil and Black pepper dried fruit oil. The calming aroma of this oil helps to release the congestion and allows you breathe easy.

Remedy #3 - Spread the aroma

Did you know that aromas have a wonderful way of healing you? Whether applied topically or diffused in the air, aromas have the power to heal you. Add a few drops of Sushwasa EO to the diffuser and let the aroma help relax you. You can also apply the Sushwasa roll on topically to let the oils work effectively.

Remedy #4 - Take adequate rest

When you keep yourself warm and take adequate rest it helps you get over the illness faster. When you rest your body directs all its energy to get you better because you are not consuming the energy in any other activity.

Remedy #5 - Gargle at least 4 times a day

When you gargle with warm salt water it helps to moist a sore throat and provides instant relief even if it is temporary. All you need to do is add half a teaspoon of salt in hot water and mix well. Let it cool to a temperature you can handle and gargle.

Remedy #6 - Drink hot liquids

Warm beverages are known to provide instant relief to a sore throat. Make a cup of hot herbal tea. Add some ginger and basil leaves and let it steep. Add tea leaves and milk and a bit of sugar and let the mixture boil. Strain and drink it hot to get relief from the sore throat.

Remedy #7- Sleep well

Try and sleep with an extra pillow below your head as it helps to relieve congested nasal passages. Use the Sushwasa spray mist to spread in the room and the pillows and the blankets so that you are also inhaling the healing oils that will help the process of de-congestion.

Remedy #8 - Decongest with a compress

It is important to decongest so that you can breathe freely. Make it a point to blow your nose often to get rid of the mucus. Use a soothing compress to decongest the sinus passage around the eyes and temples to induce deep relaxation or sleep. The Omved Breathe Easy Eye pillow has been designed according to the ancient Vedic tradition of moist warm/cold healing and it is filled with 100% premium flaxseed and a blend of dried flowers and essential oils like - Eucalyptus, Chamomile and Peppermint that helps to decongest and breathe easily.

Remedy #9 - Take a hot shower

A hot shower acts like an inhalation and moisturises the nasal passage and aids in de-congestion of the blocked passages. A warm shower also helps to relax the tired and sore muscles.
What is your favourite remedy to get rid of the nagging cold? Write to us and we'll publish the best ideas in our social medias.

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