Vaccination helps to prevent cervical cancer. it’s being nowhere 2008 since more than 200,000 girls have died just because of not getting the proper vaccination. Now for the first time, several doctors have expressed their concerns for women living all across the world. Cervical cancer happens at the lower, narrow end of the uterus. It is the second most common cancer among Malaysian woman. It usually progresses slowly and may not cause any symptoms. Most of the time, cervical cancer is a consequence of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection. WHO is concerned for women and has endorsed authorities from all over the world to give HPV vaccines to the women.
What is Human Papillomavirus(HPV)?
Human Papillomavirus infection is common sexually transmitted infection that most sexually active men and woman can get. HPV infection can lead to genital warts and cancers, including cervical cancer.
We see a glaring pattern here. Together we should find out what this is instead of denying it on one hand and on the other hand saying we think there’s a correlation. But it is the vaccine or something else that caused the girls to fall ill?
The HPV vaccine greatly reduces infection with the HPV types that are caused by the severe cervical cancer and helps to prevent genital warts. HPV is so effective in children and adults so they can benefit from the HPV vaccine than anyone else. According to the American Cancer Society Head, penile and neck cancer is also a good cause of HPV in man and Woman.
Getting HPV vaccine reduces a woman’s harmful effect of cervical cancer. In a woman, HPV infection can cause cells in the cervix to increase abnormally. Almost 12000 women are analyzed for cervical cancer every year.
“Millions of girls and a young woman have been tricked into getting an unnecessary vaccination for an unlikely disease…..while endangering their health now and in the future. ”
Know the HPV Vaccine Facts
Here I have got some astonishing facts about HPV:
- Every year 26,800 woman and men in the U.S develop HPV related cancer.
- 90% of genital warts, 74% of all HPV cancers and 81% of cervical cancers are prevented by the vaccines.
- The HPV vaccine protects against nine HPV types and 6 kinds of cancer.
- 11-12 years is the optimal age for the vaccine because antibody production is at its highest, and it should be given long before any sexual contact to be most protective.
- Who should get this HPV Vaccine and When? Females Routine Vaccination (HPV) is suggested for girls when they are 11 or 12 years of age.
Side Effects of HPV Vaccine Pain
- Feeling tired
- Joint Pain
- Nausea Muscle
Why is HPV Vaccine given to girls at this age?
It is necessary that every girl should get the vaccine before first sexual interaction with any other to save their life and effect of cancer. If a girl or woman becomes a victim of this disease, then there is no other way or cure will be available to get rid of this infection.