But now, six years on, the 18-year-old remains stranded in hospital, emaciated and paralysed.
Chloe, of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, said: “At first, my family and I didn’t put two and two together.
“Since getting sick from something the NHS gave me I don’t trust any medical professionals that I don’t know”
“We thought the vaccine was safe because they give it in schools and on the letter the parents were given to sign consent I remember reading ‘it saves lives’.”
She said in the months that followed getting the injection at school, she fell ill with dizziness, headaches, fatigue and bone and joint pain – which left her muscles weakened.
She has now lost three stones, dropping to just 5st and is now being fed through a tube.
The teen said: “We trust our government to keep us safe but now, since getting sick from something the NHS gave me I don’t trust any medical professionals that I don’t know.
“Why? Because I’ve been treated in such a barbaric way. It’s been ill on earth.”
Her mother, Sophie Brookes, 41, has been forced to give her job up as a hairdresser to become her full-time carer.
The 18-year-old is certain her symptoms are linked to the vaccine, which protects against the human papilloma virus and cause cervical caner – this kills around 900 women a year.
“I wanted to have a dance career and my heart bleeds with the torture knowing I may never walk again and therefore ever dance again.”
Parents have called for more research into the jab, which has been a routine offered to 12 and 13-year-old girls since 2008.
She came down with a string of viruses, started experiencing debilitating muscle pain and was diagnosed with fibromyalgia.
A gastrointestinal disorder left her in agony every time she ate or lost control of her bladder.
A year after having the injection, Chloe also began experiencing paralytic episodes and collapsing at school, unable to control her lower body.
She said: “I’m not scaremongering, I just care about others. This is real. This is the pure ugly truth. I want to make people aware so they can make decisions for themselves.”
European Medicines Agency statistics show that up to January 2017, 3,683 reactions to Cervarix were reported and 11,802 to Gardasil.
Some 380 families, represented by the UK Association for Vaccine Injured Daughters, have called for more information in schools and research into potential side effects.
Medics have dismissed their concerns and NHS England insists that the jab is not dangerous, writing on its website that it is a “safe vaccine”.
Freda Burrell, of the UK Association for Vaccine Injured Daughters, said: “Many medical professionals will not link the vaccine to the girls’ health problems.
“Yet common sense should speak loudly if their medical records were excellent prior to the vaccine and their health changed dramatically after they had the jab.”
They said: “As with all vaccines, the safety of the HPV vaccine is under constant review. Every report of a suspected side effect is taken seriously.”
“That there is no credible evidence of a link between the HPV vaccine and a range of chronic illnesses.”
They concluded: “The European Medicines Agency has also rued out a link to Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.”