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Condition: Prevention of Cervical Cancer due to Human Papilloma Virus
4/11/2013 6:00:44 PM

Reviewer: Annie, 65-74 Female (Caregiver)

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My grandaughter received 2 vaccines the last one being early December. Since then she has had no period. This is the 4th month, and she was very regular before that. All the doctors say this vaccine has nothing to do with missing periods, but it is too much of a coincidence for so many girls to have the same problem. FDA needs to list this as a side effect of this medication, to put parents m ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Prevention of Cervical Cancer due to Human Papilloma Virus
2/16/2013 2:52:29 PM

Reviewer: Natalie22, 19-24 Female on Treatment for 6 months to less than 1 year (Patient)

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I do NOT reccomend this vaccine. This vaccine was very painful, the most painful that I've ever received, worse than the penicillin vaccine I received in my buttocks in the military. Many of my symptoms appeared a month or more after the vaccine is given. Approximately 30 days after I received my first dosage of Gardasil, I developed a quarter-sized lump at the injection site, which was v ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Prevention of Cervical Cancer due to Human Papilloma Virus
1/24/2013 5:39:36 PM

Reviewer: recklaw92, 19-24 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

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Current Rating: 1

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this ruined my life, i have had so many health problems since i got the shot when i didnt have anything wrong prior. i am in pain EVERY SINGLE DAY OF MY LIFE due to the shot. i have horrible joint problems i just dont feel like myself anymore, it sucks to be young but feel so old and it is very hard to deal with because people cant relate or understand what your going through. all the doctors woul ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Prevention of Cervical Cancer due to Human Papilloma Virus
10/24/2012 12:24:23 AM

Reviewer: Brenda, 35-44 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Caregiver)

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Current Rating: 1

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My 17 year old daughter started the series this fall. With the first shot, no real issues other than soreness at the injection set. She went in right on time for her second shot. Since then, she has been having headaches every day. She has tried taking over the counter meds. for the headaches, but nothing is working. Sure hope that is not a long term effect, and will eventually go away. I did ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Prevention of Cervical Cancer due to Human Papilloma Virus
8/6/2012 11:47:16 AM

Reviewer: 19-24 Female on Treatment for 2 to less than 5 years (Caregiver)

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Current Rating: 1

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i had my daughter get these shots and she been sick ever since i would not tell any one to get these shot and now i wish i never got my daughter them

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