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Home | contact | more information | search   parents girls schools health professionals the cervical cancer vaccine the vaccine program are there any side effects? All medicines, including vaccines, can have side effects. The reactions which people have had after the cervical cancer vaccine have been similar to reactions after other vaccines. The most common side effects of vaccination are pain, redness and/or swelling at the site of injection. These symptoms occur after around 4 in 5 vaccinations but are temporary and show that the immune system is responding to the vaccination. These symptoms can be treated with a cold pack or paracetamol if needed. More severe side effects such as anaphylactic (allergic) reaction are extremely rare. For every million doses of the vaccine given, there are only around 3 allergic reactions. This is similar to rates for other vaccines given to children and teens. Allergic reactions normally happen within 10 minutes of having the injection, usually if you're allergic to an ingredient in the vaccine, such as yeast.    after girls have the vaccine, they are monitored for 15 minutes to make sure they don't have an allergic reaction. If an allergic reaction does occur, it can be treated quickly and successfully – every immunisation nurse is trained and equipped to deal with such a reaction. Reactions to the vaccine are monitored on an ongoing basis in australia and internationally to establish whether they were caused by the vaccine or just chance association in time. For this reason it's important to report any reactions you have to the vaccine to the person who gave you the injection or to your local doctor. viagra order in usa viagra dosage recommendations on line viagra cheap generic viagra buy in canada cost of generic viagra 100mg buy viagra online no prescription generic viagra by mail generic viagra canadian online Change text size : a -   a +   for every million doses of the vaccine given, there are only around 3 serious allergic reactions. These reactions can be treated. What is the vaccine? What is in the vaccine and how does it work? How effective is the vaccine? How, when and where is the vaccine given? What if a dose is missed? Is the vaccine safe? Are there any side effects? Who should have the vaccine? Who should not have the vaccine? How much does it cost? How was the vaccine tested? Sitemap | copyright | disclaimer | privacy | accessibility design and partial content reproduced with the kind permission of the new zealand ministry of health. Developed by cancer council victoria females who have had the cervical cancer vaccine still need regular pap tests. The vaccine is a prescription medicine. Medicines have benefits and risks. After reading this website, ta.

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