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My Mom Told Me I Should Take Papillomavirus Vaccine In Few Days.?

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My Mom Told Me I Should Take Papillomavirus Vaccine In Few Days.?

Postby Englbehrt » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:50 am

she told me this vaccine is useful if a girl is the virgin or if she wont have sex for 6 month during the vaccination. i am going to start my sexual life pretty soon, so i'm wondering,is that true?please tell me. i'm 19 by the way.please give me you answers if you really know what you are saying.
and where should i get shots? in the arm or in the butt?
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Postby Darrick » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:52 am

again stop playing and putting all all your trust/health into the medical field which is all for profit.. and could care less to a point about if you die from there shots or medicine or have an altered life cause

STOP GETTING THE GARDASIL shot NOW

you may not get sick or die.. but is it worth it considering its TRACK record? .. I don't think it is..

Your LIFE DEPENDS ON IT.. read why http://truthaboutgardasil.org/

(this effects BOYS also, not as much but still should NOT be ignored)

Gardasil is the HPV vaccine, touted to fight cervical cancer. What they are not telling you is that thousands of girls are having adverse reactions to the HPV Vaccines, some have even died -at last count, at least 103 lives have been lost. We have got to do something about this. These girls need our help! These girls are having reactions such as; seizures, strokes, dizziness, fatigue, weakness, headaches, stomach pains, vomitting, muscle pain and weakness, joint pain, auto-immune problems, chest pains, hair loss, appetite loss, personality changes, insomnia, hand/leg tremors, arm/leg weakness, shortness of breath, heart problems, paralysis, itching, rashes, swelling, aching muscles,pelvic pain, nerve pain, menstrual cycle changes, fainting, swollen lymph nodes, night sweats, nausea, temporary vision/hearing loss just to name some of them!

There is no known treatment to help these girls, as they suffer in silence. The doctors, if they even admit the connection, have no idea how to help them. So they spend their days going from appointment to appointment, from specialist to specialist trying to find someone to help them. Many of these families have started looking for help outside of mainstream medicine, which in some cases, may bring minor relief. However, most insurance plans do not cover this type of treatment, and as a result, this route is out of reach for many girls.

As you look at the faces on this page, remember that these are just some of the thousands of girls whose lives have been affected by Gardasil. Sadly, one of the girls pictured above, Jessie Ericzon, passed away just two days after her third gardasil injection.
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My Mom Told Me I Should Take Papillomavirus Vaccine In Few Days.?

Postby gwyr » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:54 am

Don't take it , it's very bad for you and makes a lot of young girls ill.

It supposedly protects against hpv which most people get anyway. vaccines don't last forever and even some one pro vaccine will tell you it won't last more than 10 years although it's probably much shorter than that. now as cervical cancer usually occurs in women over 50 so even if it works you are receiving it 30 years too soon.

google gardasil horror stories and see what you find.

Don't do it.
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Postby Stanfeld » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:55 am

When I got mine they didnt even offer a shot in the butt..


I don't think it matters if you're a virgin or not, but they are good shots to get. See the HPV vaccine can prevent specific strains of the virus that can cause cervical cancer, which in my opinion far outweighs the risks. I've had the vaccine and known many that have and we are fine. Don't listen to the fear mongering loons.
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Postby Bernhold » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:56 am

It is best if the person gets the HPV vaccine before starting any sexual activity, but it can be given up to age 26 regardless. I would get it as soon as possible. They are given in the arm. Vaccines should never be given in the behind.
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Postby Eumann » Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:01 am

There are many side effects of the vaccine. The vaccine is geared for young woman who are sexually activity. The vaccine helps to protect woman against cervical cancer. The vaccine has many positive effects but is under the microscope because of the side effects. I would do some research before I would consider the vaccination. Your family doctor can give it to you. Check with Planned Parenthood or other clinics to see if they give it. If you are under age your mother will have to sign for you.
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Postby Banys » Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:03 am

The vaccine protects against two HPV types that cause 70% of cervical cancer cases and 2 more for 90% of genital warts cases.
It's preventative, hence given to virgins.
It's a series of three shots over six months.


Despite what Jimmy and the hub of misinformation at truthaboutgardasil claim, no deaths have been causally linked to the shot. 92% of reported adverse reactions (reported, not necessarily due to the vaccine) have been minor things, like pain at the injection site.

The vaccine does have real side effects, but they are much different than he's listed.
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/Vaccine... http://www.cdc.gov/std/hpv/stdfact-hpv-v... http://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/Vaccine...
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Postby lindleigh » Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:15 am

I don't think vaccinations are any good for any reason. There have been numerous cases of horrible side affects after people get them and they are not tested before they put out for the public.
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Postby Lynne » Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:25 am

Well, it is best if the person gets the HPV vaccine before starting any sexual activity, but it can be given up to age 26 regardless.
I would get it as soon as possible.
They are given in the arm and have a very good safety profile.
Don't listen to the fearmongers.
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