Gardasil – Human Papillomavirus Injection
HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (GRADASIL) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR PREVENTION OF HPV-ASSOCIATED CANCERS
The Gardasil vaccine protects against the human papillomavirus (HPV)-related malignancies of the cervix, vulvar, and vagina in females. Additionally, it aids in the prevention of genital warts and anal cancer in both men and women. However, it is not used to treat certain HPV-related diseases.
People aged 9 to 26 receive the injection form of the Gardasil vaccine. Two or three doses of the injection, spaced many months apart, will be administered. Your doctor or nurse will administer it and make sure you receive the proper dosage.
USES OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (GRADASIL) INJECTION
- Prevention of HPV-associated cancers
- Prevention of Genital warts (Skin bumps on or around the genital or anal area)
WORKS OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (GRADASIL) INJECTION
The Gardasil vaccine works by causing a mild illness to create immunity. Although this kind of infection may not result in illness, it does cause the immune system to develop antibodies to defend the body from future infections.
SIDE EFFECTS OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (GRADASIL) INJECTION
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
Whether the Gardasil vaccine affects a person’s ability to drive is unknown. If you encounter any symptoms that impair your focus or reaction time, avoid operating a vehicle.
Patients with renal problems can probably utilize the Gardasil vaccine without risk. Due to a lack of data, it is possible that these patients won’t require a dose adjustment for the Gardasil vaccine. Please speak with your physician.
Patients with liver problems can probably utilize the Gardasil vaccine without risk. Due to a lack of data, it is possible that these patients won’t require a dose adjustment for the Gardasil vaccine. Please speak with your physician.
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