Does the shot hurt? I am 13 and I hate shots! I haven't have one since I was 5 years antediluvian! Where all can they inject the shot in? WHich place hurts smaller quantity?
My mom have mentioned that she thinks I should go and get a cervical cancer shot. Is it a good hypothesis?
As a 28 yr antiquated dealing with precancerous cell on my cervix, all I can say aloud is YES YES YES!
Shots suck, and it might hurt some, but it is far better then the alternatives. 8 out of 10 women draw from HPV in their lifetime, and although it generally does not head to cancer, wouldn't you rather be sure?
I got mine a year ago. and presently I've reduced my risk of getting cervical cancer.
It is a series of 3 shots, none of which hurt. It may be just a bit sore after, but I promise, nil to panic over. They do it contained by your shoulder.
It's really not a big deal!
Do some research online on Gardasil (I believe that's the right spelling) and see if what you read, both pros and cons, seem worth it to you and your Mom.
Shoulder is a typical injection site, but the hip/buttock nouns typically is less bleeding (esp for thick liquids) so you may know how to request it in that nouns but I really don't think it will be an issue any way.
Do what's right for you...this is your long-term vigour you're thinking about.
1. My daughter will get the shot.
2. consider it another inoculation to prevent something
3. shot goes contained by the deltoid. (upper arm)
You must have have other shots as you are 13 years old and are probably up to date on your immunization. My son had to hold boosters to go into 7th status.
The idea aft this shot is to prevent a disease that affects a lot of women. Once departed our early 20's it is too postponed to get the shot.
A lot of those will argue that it isn't necessary. Consider it as another jab for girls. Most people own no problem getting a tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, polio etc..
The odds of you getting any of these now is pretty darn slim but we have our kids catch the shots anyways,
A shot to prevent cervical cancer something that up to 75% of women will/can get should be done.
If your nurse is angelic it won't hurt much at all. You may perceive a little prick at the site. If you have this done or know you are going too, they can prescribe a medication that you can put on the site one hour before you stir in to the organization that will numb the site and you won't feel anything
However, my personal evaluation is that it's much more important to practice not detrimental sex than it is to get this inoculation. The vaccination is in actual fact against HPV, a sexually transmitted disease, which can be one of the causes of cervical cancer.
If you hold questions something like it, discuss this some more with your mother, and first, with a doctor, to see what their ambience are on whether or not you should get the shot.
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