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Should I Get The Gardasil I Am Married
Maybe, maybe not: Everyone is at risk for catching the hpv strains that Gardasil protects against. The amount of risk ranges from almost none to very high. A married person, where neither spouse has the viruses (hard to tell) and neither spouse will catch the virus from a 3rd person (even harder to tell), is at very low risk for catching it. He or she can get the vaccine for peace of mind, or just for protection. ...Read more
This is the term for the legal/religious contact between two individuals who make a committment to each other, sometimes out of love, but sometimes for financial or other reasons. It is not defined in the bible and marriage in fact is a recent development of the past 400 years or so related to property ...Read more
Hi, i'm almost 25 years old, i had my first two gardasil HPV shots in 2008. Do I have to get the last one? Is it a must? I'm married and i only had 1 sex partner in my life and i'm not going to have more, he is healthy and me too.
You : You have some protection from the first two shots and the third would boost that protection. If you are married and have only one sex partner, you will only be exposed to what (if anything) he carries. If he has latent infection with herpes or human pappiloma virus, you probably would have it by now anyway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I received gardisel shots but the person I want to be with and get married got gential warts will it be dangerous for me in future as in getting cance
Hard to say: There is evidence that the strains involved with genital warts differ from those that trigger cancer. If you received the Gardisil series before your exposure to the strains involved with both, you may avoid both.If your partner has a wart strain not in the vaccine, you may be at risk for warts, but there is also the possibility you have cross protective immunity and avoid it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pediatricians: Most pediatricians offer it to their eligible patients. ...Read more
Yes: In our real world, unexpected events occur every day. Human papilloma virus vaccine protects girls and women, regardless of how they come into contact with the viruses. America is a very safe country, but unfortunately, "date rape" and violent assaults happen from time to time. Criminals do carry hpv viruses, and can infect their victims. Hpv vaccines are protective in any situation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Gardasil indications: Merck, the vaccine manufacturer, recommends vaccination for people age 9-26 years for prevention of some of the strains of HPV that cause genital warts and certain cancers. It will not treat the infection if it has already been transmitted, but may offer protection from getting infected with other strains. ...Read more
2 months: The second dose needs to be 2 months (or 8 weeks) from the first dose. Having it too soon may or may not be as effective. It's best to follow the regular schedule. The third dose is 6 months from the first one. If you miss the date for the 2nd or 3rd, you just continue from that point (starting over is not needed) ...Read more
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