Can I become infertile by getting the HPV vaccine?

No. Vaccine is safe. Two vaccines are available to prevent the human papillomavirus (hpv) types that cause most cervical cancers. Both vaccines have been licensed by the food and drug administration (fda). The cdc has approved these vaccines as safe and effective. Both vaccines were studied in thousands of people around the world, and these studies showed no serious safety concerns. Hope it helps.
No. There is no legitimate data outside of purely conjectural and correlation-based case reports that HPV causes any significant side effects outside of pain at the site and rarely a fainting response--certainly not infertility. Providers who try to claim that it is a harmful vaccine are incorrect and giving harmful advice. It has already prevented cases of cervical cancer and saved lives. .
Reported, unproven. Several cases of infertility in teenagers after HPV vaccine have been reported but it's unproven if it was the cause. However,the manufacturers never tested it for effects on ovaries! Most authorities believe it doesn't cause infertility but it may do so rarely. It's known to cause other serious side effects. More research is needed. See https://tinyurl.com/l6yscgq & https://tinyurl.com/max9ecd.
No. The hpv vaccine is not associated with infertility. In its early assessment, it has been very effective in preventing hpv.

Related Questions

What percent of girls in europe get HPV vaccine?

Answer by company. A better question to ask primary care docs.Also may get a rough estimate from the manufacturer. Read more...
CERVARIX in Europe. The hpv vaccine used in europe is gsk's Cervarix (not gardisil). The prevalence of vaccination varies by country in europe but the uk is very high. In the uk, from september 2008 to july 2010, at least 4 million doses of Cervarix were given. Cervarix protects against hpv 16/18 and studies showed a higher antibody response compared to gardisil. Read more...

Any reason why 27 older males can not get preventive HPV vaccine?

Insurance contract. Insurers will often accept ; include a new vaccine in coverage after it is recommended, but only for the age group that has received fda approval. It takes years and expense to assemble the proof for each age group with the cost eaten by the company. The vaccine is likely effective from a few years of age until well into your 80's, but if it is outside the approved age group, you pay out of pocket. Read more...
You are over the age. HPV Vaccine is livenced in USA to be given to women from 9 to 26 years of age And males from 9 years to 21 years age only. Read more...

Is there any contraindication for HPV vaccine? Can a married woman get the injection?

HPV. There is no known contraindication for hpv vaccine in women under 21 and now boys. You will need to discuss with your gyn whether you are able to get the vaccine yourself. Read more...
HPV and Gardisil. Some physicians may not be up to date, but there is some evidence that humans with hpv related changes that put a patient at risk for cancer willl improve with the gardisil vaccine. Even if they have been exposed to the virus prior to the vaccination. The complication is that insurance companies may not pay for the vaccine if one is over 26 years of age. But, i recommend it to my adult patients. Read more...

I'm 24, sexually active. Can I still get HPV vaccine? Is there any risk of getting it?

Yes there are risks. but few . Risk(s) of HPV vaccine out weigh the benefits will reduce dramatically incidence of cervical and vaginal cancers Gardasil vaccine is fairly safe but possible to have in few vaccination complications , and very rarely even death. Usual age is 11 to 21 , at 24 you are at upper limit. Speak to your doctor. Read more...
9to26 years. Vaccine is safe and you can get local action like any vaccine and is s safe s any vaccine Discuss with your doctor or gynecologist It is given from 9years to 26 years age. Read more...

Can I get HPV from HPV vaccine? Is it possible for the HPV vaccine shot to give me the HPV virus? .

No, . No, you cannot get hpv from the hpv vaccination. The hpv vaccination prevents the virus, and prevents the types of cancer that the virus can cause, such as vaginal, rectal, and oral cancers. Read more...

When was HPV vaccine given to humans first? Did I get it in my vaccination when I was a kid? How do I know?

Hpv vaccine. Hpv vaccine was initiated about seven or eight years ago. You probably did not receive it as a child as it was not obligatory. Check with your former pediatrician to see if you received the shots. Read more...
First licensed 2006. The hpv vaccines were in development for at least 2 decades before initial licensing in 2006. The initial target was young women 12-26 and males were a secondary target.Insurers were not on board with male coverage before ~2010-2011. I would assume that you did not get the vaccine because of your listed age. Read more...