Side effects to getting vaccinated for cervical cancer?

Painful but safe. Pain at the injection site, light-headedness / fainting, and feeling somewhat unwell are the known side-effects. People have gotten seriously sick afterwards but no strong trend linking particular illnesses to the vaccine has been demonstrated with numbers, and the science piranhas look hard for these.

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Any side effects to getting vaccinated for cervical cancer?

Similar to flu shots. Reactions are infrequent, and similar to other vaccinations like flu vaccine, such as fever, headache or muscle aches. There are some people who are allergic to the shot. Some pain at the injection site can occur. Vaccinations can rarely cause a nerve problem called guillain barre syndrome. Read more...
Usually local reacti. Vaccination may cause pain at the site of injection and other minor side effects, including fainting in some. Read more...

Which side effects does the cervical cancer vaccination have?

Fainting. Some teenagers experience fainting after receiving injection. All the hpv vaccine recipients are kept seated and observed for 15 minutes. Read more...

How likely is it to get the side effects from the cervical cancer shot?

Unlikely. This immunization is very well tolerated. One thing we see occassionally is passing out from the shot, but that can happen anytime you get stuck with a needle especially in this group we target for the hpv vaccine...Young females. Read more...
Gardasil effects. Just like most vaccines, there are very few side-effects seen with their administration. Read more...

I've recently been diagnosed with cervical cancer and a friend suggested I'd use Plus CBD oil. Is it worth it? Are there any side effects?

Discuss with Yr Onco. Your treating doctor should be informed before you go about doing anything with CBD oil. This is not a proven useful chemical...it is relatively new and is not medically proven to help anybody like yourself who has regular cancer(Cervix cancer) which should be treated with regular standard treatments. Read more...

What is the recommended age to get cervical cancer vaccine? My partner is 26 yrs old female and still hasn't gotten vaccinated yet.

It's time! The hpv vaccine is approved starting at 9 years of age and is recommended to be given at age 11. It is a series of 3 shots. The vaccines can be given up to age 45. Talk to your doctor or gynecologist! Read more...
9-26 years old . The us fda recommendation is for men and women age 9-26. It is safe to get it when older but may be less effective as hpv acquisition is so common in sexually active people. Read more...

HPV vaccination only helps not to get cervical cancer? Or do they also help block CINs away as well as other types of HPV? Are they lifetime shots too?

Helps with all . CIN is a precursor or an early stage of cervical cancer, so the HPV vaccine reduces the risk. The vaccine may provide some limited cross protection to HPV types besides those specified, and newer versions of the vaccine will cover more. We do not yet know how long the vaccine will provide protection but the results are very good so far. . Read more...
Gardasil vaccine... ...prevents 4 types of HPV, which cause 70% of cervical cancers and 90% of genital warts. A new version Gardasil-9 covers 5 more types (9 total), to prevent 90% of cervical cancers and CIN; ask if available in your country. Vaccine only prevents new HPV, no effect on existing HPV or CIN. Three doses over 6 months. Research continuing on possible booster shot a few years later, but probably not. Read more...

Is the cervical cancer vaccination really worth it?

No. Lesion of cervix at one time defined at late stage with invasion of surrounding structures. After Pap introduced there was a reduction in more aggressive lesions and improvement in survival. Lesion more recently defined as a result of Human Papilloma Virus. A vaccine Gardasil has not been found that effective and produces many complication such as ascending paralysis of spine and sterility. Read more...

What does cervical cancer vaccination do to and for me?

Protection. The cervical cancer vaccine, a vaccine against some of the hpv virus strains, may cause local reaction, e.g. Pain, in some even fainting. It protects against the development of cervical cancer induced by the viruses included in the vaccine. About 80% of the cervical cancers are due to hpv and the vaccine covers the more common culprit viruses. Read more...
Vaccine cervical CA. It will protect you, just like any other vaccine, from getting some of the many human papilloma viruses.There are many, it covers some that have been linked to causing cervical ca and ca in the oral cavity. Both our boys and girls should get this as it take two to tango.All vaccines can cause reactions, local swelling, pain, redness...You know the drill.Cervical ca is devistating, please consider it. Read more...