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What Happens If You Masterbate After A Hpv Shot
I got HPV vaccine at my routine checkup. How long after the shot should I wait until I can masturbate?
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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 different types of HPV that causes warts in different areas of the body. HPV is incredibly common and almost all sexually active men and women get it during their lifetime. Most of the time HPV does not cause any symptoms or complications. However, A limited number of these HPV viruses are pathogenic and if not monitored carefully can be responsible for causing cervical and penile cancer. Some of these viruses have been ...Read more
I've never had any sexual activity besides masturbation (alone) & I have what I believe to be a wart on my vagina. I Had the HPV shot. Is this a wart?
Can not say: Without examining the bump, no specific label is possible. ...Read more
No visible warts now but I may be hpv positive. Does masturbation spread the virus? Can I masturbate in between getting vaccine?
HPV infection: I'm not sure how you would know you "may be HPV positive" if you don't have warts. If you are the partner of someone with genital HPV (e.g. an abnormal pap smear), you may or may not be infected. But if you see no skin abnormalities, you needn't worry at all. Everyone gets HPV, usually several times; by age 48, for sure you have had it, and also too old for vaccine. Masturbation causes no harm. ...Read more
During masturbation, I touch my cervix with my fingers (washed hands before). Is this likely to cause HPV or cervical cancer?
I masterbating to panties and it had dried up stains on it. When I cum in the panties my penis tip touch the stain. Can I get hpv if she was infected.
Low but...: The odd to get HPV under the described scenario is low-almost next to zero, but could not be 100%, because there is no way to know if someone has a perfect natural barrier, that is, skin & mucosa, and as well as no place is perfectly sterile. Despite such, being exposed to HPV does not mean contracting it, and contracting it does no mean going to develop it, because we have a second-line defense.. ...Read more
What happens if I smoke marijuana after a HPV shot? Is it bad? Where there be any consequences? Should I be worrying?
Parental Permit Plz: Telemedicine rules prohibit consulting minors for medical concerns without parental permission. Have your parents set up an account for themselves then, they can ask any question on your behalf and we're good. ...Read more
That's fine: Not a problem. Hope you always use barrier protection if not in what you expect to be a lifelong monogamous relationship. ...Read more
You choose: The present HPV vaccine helps protect people from 9 strains of the HPV, but only if they have never been infected by them. It is given as a series of injections to yield long term benefit. It was approved to target the 9-16yo age group. At a listed age of 53, you are not in the target group. It would not hurt you, but may have minimal value. You would likely have to pay the hefty cost (>$200/dose) ...Read more
None in my patients: There is nothing unusual about Gardasil. It is a newer vaccine, so is just as safe as the meningitis, hepatitis, or flu shots. Fainting after shots or blood draws has always happened to a few people in medical settings, so that's not news. In the U.S., 3000-4000 women die each year from cervical cancer, now a vaccine-preventable disease. Somebody's wife, daughter, or mother dies each 2.5 hours! ...Read more
Shot may still help.: There are more than 100 strains/types of hpv. The hpv vaccines that are available protect against just a few strains. In general, vaccines do not 'fight' hpv stains that a person might already carry, but vaccines might prevent that person from acquiring infections from new / additional strains. Hope that this explanation helps. ...Read more
No: There are 99 species of the hpv and one species has little to do with the other. The hpv vaccine is limited to only one species of hpv, which is not the one that causes common warts we get on the skin. Warts can be pretty frustrating, so be persistent under the care of a dermatologist. ...Read more
Reasonable idea: The vaccine can only protect you from HPV strains to which you are not infected. Since the present vaccine contains 9 strains, there is a good chance you have never been exposed to most of them. Getting the vaccine now in not only reasonable but has a good chance of simplifying your life over many years. ...Read more
Risk is risk: The protection provided by the 2 or 4 strain hpv vaccine applies only to those strains involved (there are many more) and begins to set up within 3-4 wks of the first dose. Completing the 3 dose sequence is thought to confer long lasting immunity. Hpv is one std that condoms don't reliably prevent. If you pick up one or more of the strains before the shot sets up, expect to keep it for life. ...Read more
If you took a HPV shot when you were 13 or 12 then you had sex at 14 can it help you not have hpv?
Should be: If you have had all three vaccines, you should be immune. Of course, all vaccines are not 100% effective. ...Read more
I had HPV virus like10 yrs ago I was treated and eliminated it. Could I get it again and should I get the shot for HPV?
Hi I was curious what are the side effects of the HPV shot I got vaccinated for hpv today but I don't know what kind it was?
Almost none: Not sure what you mean by "what kind". In the US, only one HPV vaccine is available (Gardasil). You might have a little pain at the injection site for a couple of days, but that's about all. So congratulations on starting the vaccine; you won't regret it. But be sure and get the second dose in 1-2 months and the third at 6 months. ...Read more
I have mild dysplacia and I've been taking HPV shots. I have one more to go. Is there anything I can drink or eat to help it go away?
Young women like you almost always get rid of cervical dysplasia on their own. That is why it is no longer recommended by the asccp to start pap smear screening until age 21.
Your own immune system will cure this problem no matter what you eat or drink, but a well-balanced diet and getting enough sleep are a good idea for anyone, including you. ...Read more
Last week I found a tiny bump on my clitoris in the crease under the hood. It's not painful and hasn't grown. I've had the HPV shot. What could it be?
See an OB/GYN: If you are concerned about this go and get it examined by a professional. Without seeing it, it is impossible to diagnose. Probably benign, but have it looked at. Best wishes. ...Read more
WebMd says body clears HPV virus after few yrs. T or F? Does it go away 4ever? Dr dx w/hpv @22 but I got all 3 shots yrs ago b4 prot sex. I have gen w
Generally, yes. The: virus eventually clears up. However, the damage to the cells on the cervix in particular can be long-lasting and may eventually evolve in cervical cancer. Immunization against HPV protects against the most common strains that cause genital warts and the strains most likely to cause cervical cancer. But, b/c it doesn't protect against ALL strains, it's important to continue getting Pap testing. ...Read more
Yes: Gardasil cover 4 strains of hpv and there are more than 100 other strains out there. Luckily, Gardasil covers the 2 types that cause 90% of genital warts and the 2 types that cause 70% of cervical cancer. Gardasil is great, but it's not an excuse to not use condoms when having sex to protect yourself. ...Read more
Yes: The vaccine only protects against certain strains of HPV--the ones that are most commonly indicated in cervical cancer and genital warts. But HPV has over 100 strains so, yes, you can still get HPV but the (very good) idea is that you protect yourself against the most commonly worst. Do not let this deter you from getting the vaccine. ...Read more
Not completely: Studies have shown that full immunity and complete benefit is only achieved in individuals who receive all three injections of the Gardasil vaccine. The vaccination schedule is at 0, 2, and 6 months. ...Read more
Here are. ..: Gardasil (for 6, 11, 16 &18 strains) has been recommended for males of 9-15 yrs and for females of 9-26 yrs as proved in June 2006 in the US. ...Read more
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