Why are doctors bullying sick teens into The Pill?

Too often I hear my patients say how they did not want to take any form of contraception for their problems but felt forced into it. Too many girls are having this experience. What makes it worse is that when some of these girls go on the Pill it makes them feel so much worse.
These girls instinctively know what’s right and wrong for their bodies.
Doctors need to respect these girls and not bully them into something they clearly do not want.

This is what I have heard from a variety of my patients last year:

“I felt like she wouldn’t let me out of the room unless I took it.”

“She said it would be my fault if I got pregnant ( when I wasn’t even sexually active).”

“I felt bullied into it.”

“They make you feel like you have no choice.”

“I really didn’t want it, now everything is much worse.”

This is Tracy’s story. Tracy is a young HPV vaccine injured girl.

“I had been recommended to a program to address my problems with intestinal motility.
The gynaecological doctor I had seen many times as a teen so I thought, why not? I had been off any pill and had one IUD previously. The IUD was placed because of passing out and anemia. It had to be removed because after it was placed I had an unexplained nerve pain. I had tried every single pill or patch other than the implant and my body rejected them all. I was certain I was in a good place with my menstruation cycle and my cramps and flow were less of a problem than ever.”

“After being injured by the HPV vaccine, I worry that I might not even be able to get pregnant at all.”

She said that she felt uncomfortable letting me leave the appointment without a form of birth control. She mentioned that I was in no condition to be having a baby

“Within 30 minutes the nerve pain had returned. I was devastated. The pain would have me on the ground , in tears and would be triggered just by a cramp. I have had chronic pain since my first shot at 11, so I am no rookie to pain. But this was absolutely debilitating.
As if the first appointment wasn’t horrible enough, the partner and the head nurse decided that it was okay to talk down to me, talk me out of my decision, and put me on another birth control before they would take it out.”

“I am laying there with my eyes shut, holding my mother’s hand, waiting for it to be over when I hear “LOOK AT IT!” “LOOK AT IT!”
I open my eyes to her dangling my IUD over me with a nasty look on her face. I look up and say “Thank God.” and slammed my head back down on the pillow.”

Charlene’s story. Also a young HPV vaccine injured girl.

“I was a little shocked and scared when the doctor mentioned the pill. I already struggled with my health and from what I’d heard from friends, it doesn’t always agree with you even if you’re in perfect health.
I visited the gynecologist about irregular periods, intense cramps, and an odd pain in my lower abdomen. Immediately, she mentioned birth control, without an exam or any testing.
She said that if I didn’t use the pill to prevent cysts, I might have infertility problems later.”

“She said that on the pill, everything would get better.
My mom shared that she would rather try natural methods and that she’d heard that girls with Gardasil injury do very poorly on the pill.
The doctor said that there were no published studies supporting this.”

These are not isolated stories. No girl should be forced to have treatment they have adamantly expressed they do not want.
Unfortunately the hospitals have very little else to offer for gynaecological problems. It is not a “cure all” gynaecological drug.
Girls, no matter what their age need to be treated with respect.

Until the hospitals acknowledge that the HPV vaccine causes such internal chaos in so many girls and also make the link that the Pill causes more problems in these fragile patients, the majority of doctors will continue to prescribe this, and more shame it is done with such arrogance by so many.

Contact me do heal from side effects from the Pill and HPV vaccine today.

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HPV- Gardasil and Cervarix Injury New Criteria Guidelines

If you are a Gardasil injured person looking to book in, please read this new criteria first.

As we are the most experienced homeopathic team dealing with this type of case, we have decided to only take on clients who fit the new criteria below. If you do not fit the criteria below then homeopathy can still work for you, but we are not the right therapists for you.

1. The patient has to be committed to healing themselves and understand that they are fully responsible for their health.


That the patient doesn’t rely on us and the pills to do all the work. To understand that their lifestyle choices will speed up or impair recovery and that no medicine can be a substitute for lifestyle choices that hinder recovery. At the end of the day, we are all responsible for ourselves, and the choices we make.

2. To begin working with us the patient has to have in place or commit to having a clean sleep routine.

This means going to sleep with the lights out by 10 pm the latest and being on no devices an hour beforehand. All of our patients have adrenal fatigue and thyroid issues. When you go to bed late or are on devices late, then too much light is being emitted from phones/tablets a few inches from your eyes. That amount of bright light signals the body to make more adrenaline because it thinks it’s in the afternoon and that then creates more cortisol that prevents sleep and makes you tired in the morning. Melatonin and pineal levels are messed up too. Our patients have severely imbalanced hormones, and melatonin, the pineal gland, adrenals and the thyroid all need to be in balance to recover. If your sleep cycle is out, you don’t need pills to correct it – you just need to get a clean sleep routine and your body will get into balance in a couple of days. What you do when you are recovered is up to you – but if you want to work with us, this is a non-negotiable requirement.

3. You are not on the contraceptive pill or are on steroid inhalers.

These are synthetic hormones and are a big block to curing. When someone is on these, we can’t really get started as they are contributing to the hormones being unbalanced. We can work with you if you intend to come off the pill before your prescription starts or if you intend to come off inhalers before we start detoxing. We cannot start detoxing or bring you to a full recovery unless these 2 medicines are out of the picture. We can help with period pain, and asthma anyway in the prescriptions. If you are fully reliant on these medicines then we are not the therapists for you.

4. You have a good diet and eat vegetables.

What you eat affects your health. A lot of the imbalance in the body centres in the stomach. This doesn’t mean you have stomach pains – but your microbiome is key to healing. We are looking for patients who eat some vegetables and fruits. We cannot work with patients who just eat processed food and no fruits and vegetables at all. We can work with patients who have a limited diet but are committed to eating a wider variety of healthy foods. If you don’t meet this criteria it will take too long to help you fully recover and we will only get halfway.

5. If you are on prescribed medicines it is your wish and intention to get off them.

Some patients want to stay on medication while asking us to fully heal them. All medicines come with side effects, which we can’t heal while the patient is on them, therefore we are being asked to do an impossible task. Of course, we see many patients on meds and they end up reducing their dosage and not needing them. They actively don’t want to be on them. If you are happy with any medicines and want to stay on them, then we are not the therapists for you. We are interested in working with people who want to be fully and holistically well, and only then can we work to the best of our ability.


If you fulfil this criteria then we are confident that we can heal the majority of patients in 1-3 sessions.