Can I masturbate after getting the HPV vaccine?

Absolutely. Receiving an hpv vaccine has absolutely nothing to do with you pleasuring yourself by masturbating. Totally separate and unrelated. Masturbate if you want to and don't masturbate if you don't want to.
Yes. Yes, just wash your hands thoroughly before engaging in any activity that involves genital manipulation.
Yes you can. You are 42 years old and not a candidate for HPV Vaccine But there is no reason why one can not masterbate.

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Can I masturbate before a hpv vaccine?

Sure. There are no restrictions on masturbation. It is healthy sexual outlet and part of normal sexual behavior. Getting the vaccine is not an issue. Good job on getting the vaccinated. Read more...

How long after HPV vaccine before you can safely masturbate?

No delay required. The benefit and effectiveness of the hpv vaccine is not altered by the activities you engage in after it is given. The protection afforded by the vaccine will require several weeks to become ready, so this must be kept in mind. Read more...
No Restrictions. There are restrictions to masturbate or have sex after HPV Vaccine You can masterbate any time without any wait. Read more...

Should I worry about getting the hpv vaccine? Any vaccines a person should get whose 20 and has no spleen? Thanks

Get vaccinated! The HPV vaccines are entirely without signficant side effects. Having no spleen in theory can increase risks of certain infections, maybe including vaccines that have live virus. But HPV vaccine doesn't have live virus. It will only protect you against HPV, without any signficant side effects. For sure get vaccinated! Good luck. Read more...

Can guy get HPV vaccine at planned parenthood?

Yes and no. I don't work for planned parenthood. They do have the vaccine. My understanding is that if you have insurance then you can get it free. If no insurance you might have to pay depending on your age and income. Just call them and find out more. Ooops... You said a "guy". I'm not sure about men and boys at planned parenthood. Sorry. Read more...
Hard to say. You are listed as 48 yo which is outside the range 9-26 where the vaccine is approved. You are also not the gender Planned Parenthood caters to, but this may be different in some locations. The vaccine is expensive, costing around $ 200/dose the last time I ordered any and I would certainly not give it free, nor would I expect any clinic to do so unless you qualified for it. Read more...

Is it safe to get the HPV vaccine if you have hpv?

Not needed. Hpv vaccine is to prevent hpv. Ask you doctor what hpv number is positive because vaccine only protect against 4 different hpv types. If you are not positive to those then you may benefit from it. Read more...
Yes. The hpv vaccine prevents against certain cancer causing strains of hpv. If you are infected with a different strain it will still prevent you from getting infected with a bad strain. If you are infected with 1 bad strain, it will prevent you from getting a second bad strain... The vaccine will not cure your already occuring infection, though. Read more...
Safe/yes. The newer Gardasil HPV vaccine helps protect against 9 strains of HPV, 2 related to genital warts and 7 associated with cervical cancer. It is doubtful you would have had past infections with all these strains. Your doc may know which strains you have acquired. The vaccine would not hurt you & would not treat or effect your prior HPV. It could help prevent these other strains. Read more...

Should I get the HPV vaccine if I'm already infected?

Yes. There are different strains of HPV, and the 2 available vaccines protect against several strains. So you should get the vaccine to protect you from the other strains that you don't already have. Read more...

If my system is weak, will I get HPV from the HPV vaccine?

Inactivated vaccines. such as the HPV vaccine, do not contain whole or live viruses and cannot produce the natural disease in an immunocompromised person. A more likely scenario would be poor immune response to the vaccine and ineffective protection from getting the disease via the usual ways. Read more...

Why is it that 27 older males can not get preventive HPV vaccine?

Insurance contract. A person may benefit from this vaccine at any age.However, the series is expensive (raw cost running ~$200/dose x 3) and most insurance contracts are written with language that only covers vaccines for their fda approved age range. That range reflects expensive research data on test groups. You can pay out of pocket, but insurers only cover the target age group. Read more...