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Sexual Health & Reality Checks

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Ladies and Gentlemen, there is great misunderstanding in today’s society about HPV (human papillomavirus) and the HPV vaccine. HPV can cause oral, anal, and cervical cancer.

To all my Voluptuous customers and staff, my goal in this blog is to inform you about the truth about this vaccine. The fact of the matter is it can help prevent cervical cancer caused by HPV strains. I always tell my customers and staff that prevention is always best.

There is a lot of talk on the internet about the vaccine not working and that taking the shot has led to dozens of deaths. Experts disagree, they believe this vaccine is the best shot for preventing case’s of genital warts and cancer. “It could prevent 15,000 cases of HPV related cancers,” says the Center for Disease Control. Katharine O’Connell White M.D., chief of the division of general obstetrics and gynaecology at Baystate Medical Center says, “the HPV vaccine is as safe as the flu shot” the side effects of this vaccine is redness at the infection site, nausea and fainting in some causes.

You have to weigh the vaccine’s risk against the possibility of getting cancer before you make you decide on the vaccination. The vaccine mostly works prior to exposure to HPV, but experts say you should still get the vaccine regardless.

Voluptuous women you should know that Cervical Cancer is the second most common cancer in women and causes 500,000 new cases and 250,000 deaths a year. If you are sexually active, especially if are not monogamous, you should consider this vaccine. It could save your live!