PCOS and Vaccines

Are we born with or can it be caused by vaccines? I’m in no way an activist, but this girl I follow claims she got because of an HPV vaccine…

PCOS vaccines
PCOS vaccines
  • I never had an hpv vaccine so I personally don’t buy it. Some experts believe that it may be partially to blame on genetics.
  • That’s what I thought. Her exact words were “I got infertility issues and PCOS from that vaccine”.
  • I never got the vaccine and i have PCOS.
  • I got the vaccine, but was diagnosed with PCOS before lol.
  • No.
  • I was diagnosed with pcos before ever getting the vaccine. PCOS is due to genetics.
  • It makes me question the activists out there. Saying anything they want to make you anti-vaccine. 🙄 I never got that particular vaccine either and I have it.
  • I never received the vaccine however I believe it is from using birth control however that is my opinion.
  • I was put on birth control bc i was diagnosis with PCOS.
  • I was just recently diagnosed but at a young age my doctor put me on bc to regulate my periods. I have no family history of it though.
  • Thats how i got diagnosed with PCOS. My irregular cycles and they put me on bc to help correct it.
  • I believe mind was due to being on the pill also! No problems what so ever till I started birth control.
  • I was like 14 or 15 when they started giving me bc, Provera, and d&c.
  • I was 15 when they put me on birth control because i was diagnosed with PCOS.
  • It is genetic we born with it.
  • It’s a load of bull crap. Pcos is a hormone imbalance. Does anti vaxx will say anything. Just heard one say there are aborted baby’s in the vaccins. Crazies.
  • There are fetal cells in vaccines.
  • Ugh the stupid is strong with that one lol. No no that’s super mean. But ya no PCOS is an endocrine disorder…vaccines go into your bloodstream through your muscles… So ya there’s that…
  • Bahaha! “The stupid is strong with that one…”. Love it! Im stealing! 😂
  • I got the vaccine and then was diagnosed about three years later with PCOS.
  • I dont buy it. I believe it’s genetic!
  • It can skip a generation. My youngest aunt has and I am one of the oldest nieces and I have PCOS. And have had it for 4 years.
  • You’re born with it. Anyone who does even basic research into the disorder can find that out. If anyone is saying otherwise, check their agenda. You can’t get it from vaccines and you can’t get it from birth control (another myth I see a ton). It’s a hormone disorder.
  • We didn’t even begin vaccinating for HPV until recently. It wasn’t offered to me. Yet PCOS has always been around.
  • Actually there are studies to show it can be due to birth control. I don’t have any hormonal imbalances or excessive hair. I have cysts on my ovaries and irregular periods caused from years of birth control.
  • I would love to see those studies. I’m a studies nerd lol. I’ve always understood that BC could mask symptoms but I’ve never seen it to be a cause but I’m ready to be wrong if you’ve got the links!
  • I was diagnosed with pcos well before I got the hpv vaccine. It’s likely she is saying that bc no one diagnosed her until after.
  • I want to call her out on it so bad! But now I can’t find the post.
  • I had PCOS before I had the vaccine lol. Some symptoms were always there too. For most people there was most likely always some sort of symptom. Whether it be just the weight, just the extra hair, just the cysts, etc.
    It came to me when I was 16 and saw an episode of The Doctors where Dr Lisa said something about hair growth on your thighs being linked with high testosterone. I was thin at the time, regular periods. But later that year I slowly started to gain.
  • Pcos has been around for thousands of years.
    You are born with it but it often takes some sort of “trigger” to make it “active” Some common triggers are puberty, child birth, serious trauma, surgery.
  • I didnt have the vaccine but I swear I think effexor xr may have damaged my pituitary gland and caused pcos. Studies have suggested theories that pituitary gland damage during fetal development, genetics, or processed foods could all be possible factors.
  • PCOS is genetic and can’t be blamed on it. But I also don’t trust that vaccine.
  • I believe I’ve had it from birth coupled with sexual abuse which messed me up. I also have a huge bald spot that started when I was 13. So I believe it’s hereditary
  • I believe it can be genetic, but I also believe it can be caused by the foods we eat and the hormones and chemical pumped into them! There’s no history of pcos in my family at all….so for me, if it was genetic, I must be very unlucky because no one in my family has it!!
  • Never got that vaccine, have PCOS
  • Born with it.
  • That’s my theory for myself.
  • I saw a programme about the effects of chemicals in our food….it wasn’t proven research, more of the ladies opinions and what she had studied and she mentioned that certain chemicals in food can cause ovarian cysts…now I know cysts are just a symptom, but she also mentioned pcos amongst other things! I just found it interesting tbh! I just wish I could remember what the programme was called 🙄🙄
  • Never had the vaccine and have PCOS.
  • I had pcos before the vaccine.
  • I never received that vaccine I have PCOS.
  • I never had the HPV vaccine and I have PCOS.
  • I never had the vaccine, I developed both PCOS and after the emergency c-section birth of my only daughter.
  • I have pcos and nobody in my family has it and I was diagnosed after the vaccine..?!
  • I was diagnosed before birth control aND we’ll before the hpv vaccine existed.
  • I got the depo shot and was dx with PCOS 6 months later… No family history.
  • I was diagnosed after I had my paraguard taken out….I had no problem with conceiving BEFORE I had the birth control (I have 2 kids) we were trying for number 3 when I found out why it wasn’t happening.
  • Mine was from the depo shot.
  • Genetic. I was diagnosed 15 years ago. It’s been known since before anyone could get the hpv vaccine.
  • You can get infertility and ovarian cysts from vaccines. Not pcos.
  • “Correlation does not equal cause.”
    All I ever say to antivaxers. My son is on the spectrum and I’ve heard the vaccines and autism thing soo many times.
  • No she was born with it.
  • I was diagnosed at 14…. well before any hpv vaccine, which I’ve never had, and before I took birth control of any sort.
  • Diagnosed before birth control or this vaccine was even a thing. definitely born with it. what you put into your body may cause symptoms to show up more so. but again all symptoms are different not everyone is the same.
  • Would like to add that I had no issues getting pregnant with my two sons but have had symptoms for a long time. The body hair, irregular periods etc, just this year the symptoms have gotten much worse.
    Just because you didn’t have the issues before a certain shot or birth control doesn’t mean that you didn’t have pcos. The symptoms can vary in severity based on your hormones and weight and such. Depo shot (in my opinion) wouldn’t cause pcos in itself but rather screw with your hormones to aggregate it. But that’s just my opinion.
  • Yes.
  • I was diagnosed with PCOS in 1984. Never had birth control or hpv vaccine.
  • That girl, need not lie about that. PCOS is something you are born with.
  • The thing with vaccines is they can cause issues with the body that resemble different disorders. So a vaccine most likely didn’t cause the PCOS but it may very well have cause issues with her body that resemble pcos. Like I said earlier, cysts and infertility.
  • It’s not from a vaccine smh its genetics cause what about say if your mom or dad have pcos they didn’t have all the vaccines they do now back then.
  • PCOS is not vaccine related. It’s a genetic condition without a doubt!
  • I got pcos before I had hpv and I’ve never had the hpv shot.


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