HPV In Women

Humаn рарillоmаviruѕ оr HPV iѕ thе mоѕt соmmоn virаl ѕеxuаllу trаnѕmittеd diѕеаѕе (STD) in thе United Stаtеѕ. Aссоrding tо thе Cеntеrѕ fоr Disease Cоntrоl аnd Prеvеntiоn (CDC), аt lеаѕt оnе оut of every two ѕеxuаllу асtivе people will hаvе HPV аt ѕоmе роint in their lifе. There are predominantly, many types of HPV in women. Read More...

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Hpv vaccine side effects

Like every other vaccine or drugs, there are always side effects. The most notable side effects of HPV vaccine include pain, redness and/or swelling at the site of injection. Other side effects not commonly reported are dizziness, nausea, headache and fever .

According to FDA, the more severe allergic reactions anaphylactic may occur. On very rare occasions, severe (anaphylactic) allergic reactions may occur after vaccination. Other rare allergic reactions include fainting or Syncope. It is strongly advised that if you are allergic to any constituent of the vaccine, you should not receive the HPV vaccine.

Generally, though every allergic reaction reported occur within the first few minutes of receiving vaccination, health care professionals monitor recipients of the vaccine for at least 20 minutes.

What… are the Symptoms of HPV vaccine?

Generally, though every allergic reaction reported occur within the first few minutes of receiving vaccination, health care professionals monitor recipients of the vaccine for at least 20 minutes.

  • Fainting
  • Pain, redness,
  • Swelling in the arm where the shot was given
  • Headache or feeling tired
  • Nausea
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Fever

When is best time… to receive HPV vaccine?

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