“Another publication from Japan clinically analyzed 44 girls between the ages of 11 and 17 years that complained of several adverse events following HPV vaccination with either the bivalent or the quadrivalent vaccine. Among them, 4 were excluded due to a diagnosis of another disease. Of the remaining 40, the main clinical manifestations reported in the study were: headaches (70%), general fatigue (53%), coldness of the legs (53%), limb pain (50%), limb weakness (48%), difficulty in getting up (48%), orthostatic fainting (43%), decreased ability to learn (43%), arthralgia (43%), limb tremors (40%), gait disturbances (40%), disturbed menstruation (35%) and dizziness (30%).”
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