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Think twice about Gardasil?
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Posted 1/17/09
Is it even necessarily?
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Posted 1/17/09
don't all medicines come with their own risks think about how many people were affected by side affects against the number of people who don't have side affects

the same thing applies to stuff like advil or stuff but i think its good your at least trying to warn people
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Posted 1/17/09 , edited 1/17/09
i just got vaccinated this year and the doctor didn't tell me any of these side effects.

but i felt fine after receiving them.
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Posted 10/2/09
It's already mandatory over here in England and I had my first one like two weeks ago, my arm hurt and I felt a lil sick after but I was fine. A girl down south had it though and ended up dieing because of all the side effects, but she was, apparntly, already ill before she had it.
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Posted 10/2/09
Got the vaccine last year, nothing wrong with me yet Every vaccine has side effects anyway
Posted 10/2/09
Gardasil vaccine? Oh, I already got it, and nothing happened.
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Posted 10/2/09
I've had all 3 shots. I don't really find anything that abnormal about me that wasn't already there before the shot. Perhaps it's genetics? Or prior medical conditions?
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Posted 10/2/09 , edited 10/2/09
I don't recommend getting Gardisil at all. I don't even thing their backed by the FDA....it's a private business basically and I haven't seen any statistics saying Gardisil decreases the risk of getting the HPVirus.
(Btw, I had gotten the first shot but after researching, refused to follow up on it)

The same goes with doctors recommending girls to go to the gynecologist....little has been said that it helps notice if you have cervical cancer or things of that sort. It's just a way for some doctors to get money while. It's such a painful unnecessary process for girls and I'm pretty sure it can be psychologically damaging too for girls (starting from younger ages, since girls are becoming sexually active at an early age).
I haven't been yet...and I'm not getting any tests done down there...was this necessary in the past? NO...so why now?
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