Flu girl hoax rumors are circulating the Internet. Flu girl hoax claims may seem to be a hoax at first, but I don’t think the flu girl hoax is really a hoax. I think the “flu girl hoax” is really a sad, true story.
If you haven’t seen the video of the flu girl, you need to check it out. It is available on The Inquisitr’s Web site. After viewing the “flu girl hoax” video, see for yourself if you think the “flu girl hoax” is really a hoax or not. I don’t think it is.
Desiree Jennings is a beautiful 25 year old woman., She was training to become a Redskin’s Cheerleader. Then, Desiree Jennings got the seasonal flu shot. 10 days later, she developed troubling symptoms and the “flu girl hoax” rumors started.
If you watch the “flu girl hoax” video you will see a beautiful woman struggle to walk forward. Oddly enough, Desiree can walk backwards and run forwards with no issue. Although the “flu girl hoax” video shows Desiree struggling to talk, she can talk just fine when she is running.
Desiree Jennings was hospitalized twice for seizures. Doctors have now diagnosed her with Dystonia, a rare neurological disorder that causes uncontrollable muscle spasms. There is no known cure for this illness.
Although it is reported that the “flu girl” got a seasonal flu shot, her reaction is prompting a frenzy of concerned individuals. With the advent of the new H1N1 vaccine, many people are skeptical of both the seasonal and H1N1 vaccines.
Why anyone thinks that the “flu girl hoax” is a hoax is beyond me. Perhaps it’s because people are fearful that something so serious can come from something as simple – and recommended – as the seasonal flu shot. Perhaps it’s because they want to believe that the “flu girl’s” symptoms are impossible, and can never happen to them.
Dystonia is a one-in-a million illness. It is pretty much unheard of for someone to get this type of reaction from the flu shot.
Watch the “flu girl hoax” video to see for yourself that this isn’t a hoax. There’s no way that Desiree Jennings – or anyone else- could make the jerky movements she was making.
Our hopes and prayers are with Desiree Jennings and her family as she suffers from this bizarre neurological disorder potentially from the flu shot.
Inquisitr.com “Cheerleader Flu Shot Girl: Real or Hoax?” http://www.inquisitr.com/44088/flu-girl-hoax/
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/dystonias/detail_dystonias.htm