14-Year Old Virgin Becomes Pregnant After Flu Shot

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TEXAS – A 14-year old schoolgirl had a flu shot which allegedly left the young girl terribly ill and with severe cramps, until the doctor finally realized she had been impregnated by the vaccine.

The distressed mother brought her child to the Whole Womans Health of Forth Worth medical clinic, after symptoms persisted several weeks, where she was found to be pregnant.

My little angle was in excellent health. After she got flu shots, she became very unwell. She would throw up every day or so, until eventually we went to see our family doctor who realized she was pregnant. -explains her mother, visibly still under shock.

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Dr Catherine Hersch was skeptical at first but further investigation led her to corroborate the family’s verdict

The family doctor Catherine Hersch said: “She had all symptoms of a pregnant woman. It’s not the first time a young girl falls pregnant without the consent of her parents, but the girl seemed sincere when she said she had never had s*xual relations with a boy, and she urged me to check her hymen, which I eventually did, and to my utter surprise, the hymen was fully intact. In my 26 years of practice, I have never heard once of such a thing as someone being impregnated by a vaccine, but I did some research and found out its possible”.

According to reports the the young girl and her family have decided to keep the baby.

“We are devout Christians. If God made this birth possible, then who are we to judge the how or the why?” she ponders. “If Joseph and Mary had not given birth to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, where would humanity be today?” she asks, a tear in her eyes. “We will soon have a new family member within our community, and it is a gift and a blessing”.

A similar case occurred in 2013 when 11 young girls in Mexico, near the city of Juarez in the state of Veracruz, aged 11 to 17, claimed they had fallen pregnant after being given HPV shots. A moratorium was put on HPV vaccines for six months after Mexican health authorities claimed the “contaminated batch” was at the root cause of the problem.

The United Nations estimates over 4,000 people each year fall pregnant to vaccine shots, but a 2012 World Health Organization (WHO) report concludes the benefits of mass vaccination campaigns worldwide are well worth the risk.

The medical clinic where the inoculation took place firmly denies any wrong doing on their part and claims the accusations are “absurd and improbable”.

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