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My daughter received the 1st hpv shot and her reaction was fainting, felt very sick and pain at the site for 3 months. we are very concerned for her to continue the series, because each new shot gets worse, i understand. also the negative news about the

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Dr. Marvin Den
Internal Medicine 46 years experience
It : It is quite common to have a fainting episode after the shot. All studies show that the shots are otherwise very safe and are protective for the virus that can cause cervical cancer. Talk to your health provider.
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