14-Year Old Texas Teenage Virgin Becoming Pregnant After Flu Shot Is Fake News

A Texas teenage schoolgirl becoming pregnant through a flu vaccination is fake news. There is no truth to a report that a young girl in Texas despite being a virgin became pregnant through a flu vaccination.

Where did this fake news originate? World News Daily Report on Sept. 23, 2015, published the fake news reporting that a 14-year old virgin fell pregnant after a flu shot. You can read the fake news below.

A 14-year old schoolgirl has suffered serious complications after a flu shot allegedly left the young girl terribly ill and with severe cramps, until the family doctor finally realized weeks later she had been impregnated by the vaccine, reports the Forth Worth Telegram this week.

“She had all the typical symptoms of a pregnant woman. It’s not the first time a young woman falls pregnant without the consent of her parents, but the girl seemed sincere when she said she had never had sexual 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. It is impossible she has been impregnated by male sperm” she assures. “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 it is more common than most people think”.

However, there is no truth to the above story. Snopes reported that the claim by World News Daily Report was cleverly layered. Readers were fooled into believing that the girl had lied about her sexual experience and had blamed the flu vaccine to deflect suspicion about the true nature of her pregnancy. Nonetheless, the claims were true as World News Daily Report is a fake news website.

Like any medical product, vaccines can cause side effects. Side effects of the flu vaccine are generally mild and go away on their own within a few days. Common side effects from the flu shot include: soreness, redness, and/or swelling from the shot, headache, fever, nausea and muscle aches.

Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.

World News Daily Report carries the following disclaimer:

WNDR assumes however all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website — even those based on real people — are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any persons, living, dead, or undead is purely a miracle.

What did you think of the fake news that a teenage schoolgirl in Texas became pregnant through a flu vaccination? Did you believe the fake news or see people sharing it falsely on social media? Let us know in the comments section.

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