No. The Gardasil cervical cancer vaccine does not cause constant nausea and vomiting. Such symptoms should be evaluated by a primary care doctor to see what the real cause is, such as a stomach virus infection, strep throat, medicine effects, toxin effects, etc...
No. The only side effect I have ever seen from Gardasil is stinging at the injection site. There are other possible rare side effects, but it sounds like you likely have a viral illness.
I have Ms. I've been taking Gilenya (fingolimod) for 2 months. I think it's making my balance worse. I've had nausea and vomiting. Is this a side effect of the med?
Could be... Dizziness and migraine symptoms are part of the side effect profile of this medication. If severe call your doctor and ask him if it is ok to stop it and try alternative treatment.
Even though they are not used much anymore do barbiturates normally cause nausea and vomiting as a side effect?
Yes. Yes, these are very common side effects with phenobarbital (for instance). Talk to your doctor if these side effects become concerning in any way. If you have any trouble breathing or chest pain - head to the ER. Hope that helps!
Rare side effect. There is a rare and unusual side effect that affects a few women - getting lightheaded and dizzy and occassional one that actually faints after the vaccine. Some docs actually want you to wait around in the office for 15 or 20 minutes after the shot to see if that happens. I just advise my patients not to drive or use machinery for an hour after the vaccine. But this is a very rare occurence.
Depends. Are you a glass half full or half empty person? The main drawback to the vaccine is it hurts. Rare issues arise similar to someone dying from their first bee sting but with that same frequency in the population. The benefit is avoiding a terrible form of cancer. Studies before vaccine use show as many as 70% of women in their early 20's with evidence of hpv & in the pool of at risk women.
Nothing major. No major side effects have been linked to the Gardasil vaccine. Minor side effects include headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and pain at the injection site.