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... pain is bearable but quite prominent and annoying. There's no evidence of a bruise forming or anything. I was wondering if maybe it could have been caused by the gardisil shot? ... (0 replies)
... I have had all 3 Gardisil shots all ready. Yes there is some soreness at the injection site, but it only lasts a few hours. ... (4 replies)
... Has anyone who has recieved a Gardisil shot had a headache as a side effect. A few hours after recieving one I got this throbbing headache on the right side of my head that will not go away. ... (2 replies)

... y.o. I had heard the Gardisil vaccinations often caused a lot of soreness so I asked for the RN to use the ventral gluteal site. ... (4 replies)
Mar 19, 2008
... My daughter has had two of the three Gardisil shots. I just realized that it had been a while since the last one and called to check on it with her pediatrician. ... (3 replies)
Apr 18, 2007
... i have HPV, the kind that could cause cancer. i had skin biopsied from my cervix and was told that i was in such an early stage, i just had some of the lesions that could cause cancer cells. they said i could get Gardisil, it cost 200 bucks a shot!! and i think there are 3 shots! my insurance only covers it up to age 11 and i'm 18 so am i a screwed out of this vaccination or... (6 replies)
... in in my arm. So, I rubbed the pain. I felt a very small lump on my arm, just smaller than the ball of my finger. I immediately remembered that is where I had my gardisil vaccine. ... (1 replies)
... You should do more research on these vaccines. You know the Gardisil has an obscene amount of dangerous side effects? ... (4 replies)
... Cerival cancer declined from 1955 to 1992 by 74%, yes 74%! This was way before a vaccination from introduced. Only 3% of women get the two cancerous strand that this vaccine MAY help protect against, but even the manufacturer admits that not everyone is guaranteed. There are other cancerous strains out there that are not included in this vaccine. The body is able to heal... (2 replies)
... Gardasil might help protect against 2 stands out of a hundred. Only 3% of women only get these two strands and often the infection can be remedied before it becomes cancerous. The chemicals injected into the body is not worth the small chance. Many girls have received nasty debiliatating side effects from this vaccine including 21 deaths since it came onto the market 2 years... (4 replies)
... I don't really think they even need the shot unless they're sexualy active. but you're the parrent so i guess it depoends on how much you trust them. I wouldn't put them through it unless you really feel like you need to, but i guess i'm biased because (as you can see by my name) i'm a needle phobe. (4 replies)
... Just a guess here but I would think that the clinical trials revealed that getting the vaccine in the deltoid muscle was more effective than giving it in the fatty tissue. Since it's given to school age kids, often times in mass vaccinations, it's also probably easier to administer in the upper arm. As in all vaccinations, some may experience varying degrees of soreness while... (4 replies)
... A headache is one of the (few) side effects listed for the Gardasil vaccination as listen on the Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) you should have gotten when you were vaccinated. The most common complaint is that the shot hurts or stings more than most when administered. If it is due to the Gardasil vaccination, it should subside within a day or so. It's great that you got... (2 replies)
Jun 25, 2008
... i would go ahead with the third one and don't worry about it because it is still better than nothing (3 replies)
Mar 20, 2008
... Thank you! (3 replies)
Mar 20, 2008
... Getting #3 now should be fine. No need to start over, according to the consumer prescribing information. (3 replies)
Oct 23, 2007
... There are different types of HPV so depending on which strain of the virus you have, gardasil vaccine can still offer some protection. No, it will not fix what you already have but depending on which virus it is it can still protect against some cancers. It's simple to look up and read for yourself. Do not accuse your doctor of lying to you before you familiarize yourself with... (6 replies)
Oct 22, 2007
... Just a reiteration, vaccines do not cure disease. (6 replies)
Oct 20, 2007
... Gardasil is NOT to be used if you already have HPV!!! Your doctor is lying to you (or, is not up-to-date on his/her medical education). Gardasil is no better than getting regular Pap testing (in fact, it is still recommended even to those that get this new vaccine). Too many think this is a vaccine against cancer and it is NOT. Gardasil isn't for you. Don't... (6 replies)
Aug 13, 2007
... Gardasil does not get rid of any HPV infection you already have! I didn't see any mention of that here so I wanted to make sure you were aware. It will protect you from getting certain types in the future, but will not eliminate what you already have. Just FYI. (6 replies)

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