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She said: 'In a typical week she won't leave the house unless it's for a hospital appointment.
She had to stop going to school because she was absolutely wiped out.'It has been horrendous.
But just weeks later, the keen horse-rider and runner started to suffer from stomach spasms, dizziness, pain, headaches and fatigue.
Her muscles became weaker and in May 2016 - two years after she was given the jab - she woke up with no feelings in her legs whatsoever.
They are one of 400 families supposedly represented by the UK Association of Vaccine Injured Daughters, which claims to campaign for government action.
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The European Medicines Agency statistics show that up to February 2017, 11,867 reactions to Gardasil have been recorded.
Many report symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, and cases of girls being left paralysed are rare. Health authorities around the world, including the World Health Organization, have reviewed the vaccine and concluded it is safe.
Last month, a spokeswoman for PHE and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency said: 'As with all vaccines, the safety of the HPV vaccine is under constant review.'Every report of a suspected side effect is taken seriously.' A 16-year-old girl was left paralysed in three limbs and in hospital on a drip after having the controversial HPV jab, Mail Online reported last December.
Back in 2014, Ruby Shallom was vaccinated at school to protect her against cervical cancer as part of the routine NHS programme.