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WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF THE HPV VACCINE?

The safety of the HPV vaccine used in the NHS National Immunisation Programme has been well tested in clinical trials and is continuously monitored by health regulators and organisations.

 

WHAT ARE THE SIDE
EFFECTS? THE FACTS.

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HPV VACCINE SAFETY: THE FACTS

As with any vaccine, people can experience side effects with the HPV vaccine. Most of the side effects are usually mild to moderate and get better in a few days.

If your child experiences any side effects or feel unwell, please tell their GP, pharmacist or nurse who should report this to MSD on 01992 467272

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OVER 10 MILLION DOSES GIVEN IN THE UK IN THE LAST 10 YEARS

OVER 80% OF GIRLS IN THE UK AGED 15-25 HAVE RECEIVED THE HPV VACCINE

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COUNTRIES HAVE INTRODUCED THE HPV VACCINE INTO THEIR NATIONAL IMMUNISATION PROGRAMMES

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MILLION DOSES DISTRIBUTED WORLDWIDE

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently issued a statement which concluded there was no evidence of any kind to support links between the HPV vaccine and any chronic condition.