can you get cervical cancer even after you receive your HPV shot?

by Rachel on May 2, 2011

A teen girl in my school is claiming that she has cervical cancer and she is only 15 years old. Is this really possible?

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Binka May 2, 2011 at 5:54 am

It is possible but not probable. I’ve only known one girl that has had it and she was 18. Even at that age its rare so 15 is even more rare. She is probably just wanting attention. No sane person would blurt that to the school.

W May 2, 2011 at 6:07 am

Maybe she already got it before the HPV SHOT.

They’re not 100% safe, just like getting a flu shot. People still get the flu even after they got the shot.

I don’t get shots, I almost died getting one of those flu shots. None of my family gets any kind of flu shots.

John May 2, 2011 at 6:48 am

The shot only arms against the most common cause of Cervical cancer, but their are other causes. Teenagers seem to have a habit of making up rather big stories for attention and considering that Cervical Cancer has been talked about a lot recently, it may be that she’s just trying for a little attention. It’s very very unlikely but, i suppose it’s possible…

Andrea May 2, 2011 at 7:10 am

There are genetic reasons for cervical cancer as well as infectious. She could have though it is very very unlikely.

You don’t have to be sexually active to get it, it can also just come from genetics

onlymatch4u May 2, 2011 at 7:16 am

It is not likely that a 15 year old has cervical cancer. In fact, the typical ages are after mid twenties. The HPV shot is a terrible, terrible joke. The company making the garbage claims it will only protect a person for 4 years. So giving it to teenagers is ludicrous in the first place. Only 4% of the total number of HPV viruses cause cancer. The average person’s immune system will typically get rid of the virus within about a 2 year period without any shots of any kind.

Dr. Andrew Moulden has proven that children, especially, are getting “blood sludging” that is causing Ischemia (brain damage) from the HPV, MMR, and all other vaccines being given to children. He won a case in vaccine court recently by presenting the conclusive evidence of his studies of over 5,000 children suffering from this issue. Doctors do not know how to test for this or even look for it. Autism is now 1 in 32 children and the vaccine lunatics are promoting this bad science as if it were the savior of man kind, simply ignoring the data and increased piles of studies showing how vaccinations are damaging so many people.

good luck to you

Lily L May 2, 2011 at 7:49 am

The shot protects against 2 strains of HPV that cause 70% of cervical cancer. That’s pretty good protection, but there is still that other 30%.

I was diagnosed with cervical cancer just about a year after I first had sex. So I guess it’s possible that this girl contracted HPV a year ago and now has cancer. But I seriously dount it.

Mez May 2, 2011 at 7:50 am

I doubt it very much that the girl has cervical cancer because it is not quick growing & it takes between 10-15yrs to grow.

I know because i was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2006 & thankfully had it successfully removed.

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