Should you get cervical cancer vaccine if you're not having unprotected sex?
is it worth it? the vaccine apparently protects against HPV. I'm married and we are both monogamous. is there any point in getting the vaccine? are at hand other ways of contracting HPV that i'm not aware of?
If you are married and you are both ligit to respectively other then I see no purpose for getting the vaccine myself. But cervical cancer does not discriminate. There is nothing proverb that HPV is only cause by STD's. As far as we know, STD's can cause cervical cancer (HPV) but in that could be other ways of getting it too that we just dont know something like. I honestly think your ok if you are married and true to respectively other. If your single like I am currently, it would be worth it to me to grasp b/c I am out there dating again and who know whats out there..uggghhh. I used to be married and have unprotected sex too but now I cant pilfer that chance. But if you still touch uncertain, speak near your gyn or do some research online. Web MD is a great source. One last entity, I believe the vaccine for this is recommended for women under 30. I believe I remember the gyn unfolding me that. Also, the vaccine is good for three types of STD's.
In what official called a foremost public health breakthrough, the Food and Drug Administration yesterday approved the first vaccine developed to protect women against cervical cancer.
The vaccine, which works by building imperviousness against the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus, was found to be efficient in preventing almost three-quarters of adjectives cervical cancers.
For full details and medicine etc., please visit:-
- Need help!!?
- How can I stop biting my nails?
- What do you think about the "size zero" mania?
- Ive been bulimic for 7 yrs now, is my heart being damaged?
- Poor circulation!?!?!? :0?
- How do u put a tampon contained by?
- What would fashion my urine smell approaching popcorn??
- Is it possible to transform bodies for complete sexual purposes?