Sexual Advice 101
Sexual Advice 101

Are there side effects caused by HPV vaccines?

During the vaccination program in UK with HPV vaccine, it was seen that some of the common side effects of this vaccination were as follows:
Many people had complained about pain, redness and swelling on the site of injections. This was a very common complaint. Apart from this headache was also a very common side effect. Tiredness, weakness, muscle tenderness were some of the common side effects. However, it was seen that these side effects may occur in 1 out of 10 people who got vaccination.
In another study taken up in connection to HPV vaccine it was seen that some people got problems like nausea, abdominal pain, vomits, hives, itchiness, redness in the skin, extreme pain in the joints, fever. Such side effects may occur in 1 out of 100 doses. Some of the uncommon or unusual side effects of HPV vaccine include throat infection, nasal congestion, upper respiratory track problems and wind pipe infection. Unusual side effects also include dizziness feeling and lump on the site of injection. Such side effects are rare and may occur in 1 out of 1000 doses. In very rare cases a person may develop anaphylactic reaction. Symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction include breathing problems, fainting and collapse.

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