Why does my arm hurt weeks after HPV shot?
Do HPV vaccines cause chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS)? Some people who get the HPV vaccine may have some pain in the arm where the shot was given. Usually this pain is mild and goes away quickly. Swelling and redness also sometimes occur after HPV vaccination.
What are the worst side effects of the HPV vaccine?
Severe side effects, or adverse events, are uncommonly reported and have included:
- Blood clots.
- Guillain-Barre syndrome.
- Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.
- Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome)
Can HPV vaccine cause nerve damage?
April 30, 2009 (Seattle) — Girls and women who receive the Gardasil vaccine to prevent cervical cancer may be at increased risk of a rare but serious disorder of the nervous system in the first few weeks after getting their shots, researchers report.
What helps pain from HPV shot?
After Your Injection
Using pain relievers and a cold compress can help to relax the pain. You should also try to keep using your arm just like normal. While it might not seem like a good idea, moving the arm will increase circulation, which can help to reduce your pain.
How long should arm be sore after HPV shot?
The most common side effect is a sore arm – the area around the site of the injection may turn red and feel sore after your vaccination, which can last for up to 2 days.
What happens if you don’t get the 2nd HPV shot?
If your child has the first dose of the vaccine as part of the free program but misses the second dose, they will need to ‘catch up’ this dose. Your local school immunisation provider will usually contact you if a dose has been missed.
What happens if I only get one HPV shot?
The researchers confirmed that HPV infections were “significantly less prevalent” among those exposed to at least one vaccine dose. But there was also “no significant difference” in HPV infection risk between those who had taken one, two or three doses.
What are the long term effects of HPV vaccine?
Can the HPV vaccine cause long-term (chronic) conditions?
- chronic fatigue syndrome (sometimes called ME)
- complex regional pain syndrome.
- postural tachycardia syndrome.
- premature ovarian failure.
- Guillain-Barré syndrome.
What is the most common adverse reaction to HPV vaccine?
Very common side effects of the HPV vaccine
- redness, swelling or pain at the site of the injection – the most common side effect, but it should wear off within a couple of days.
- headaches – but these do not usually last very long.
What is the problem with the HPV vaccine?
Possible side effects
These include: Pain, redness, or swelling in the arm where the shot was given. Fever. Dizziness or fainting (fainting after any vaccine, including HPV vaccine, is more common among adolescents than others)
Is HPV vaccine safe long term?
More than 12 years of monitoring and research have accumulated reassuring evidence that human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination provides safe, effective, and long-lasting protection against cancers caused by HPV infections.
Can HPV make you feel unwell?
HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. There is no treatment for HPV. For most individuals, HPV infection is harmless, has no symptoms, and goes away on its own. Some types of HPV can cause illnesses, such as anogenital warts or different types of cancer.
How bad does the HPV shot hurt?
Even though it feels like a pinch, it doesn’t hurt for long. The HPV vaccine is only available as a shot. But there are ways you can feel more comfortable when getting the shot. Naturally, it’s tempting to skip shots.