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  Teen Vaccination
The page started on 05/19/2010, Updated on 04/10/2013
  fda.gov: FDA approves new indication for gardasil to
prevent genital warts in boys and men ages 9-26
fda.gov: FDA approves new HPV vaccine - Cervarix
  Immunization Recommendation 2013  
  Children from 7 Through 18 Years Old (CDC); Spanish
Children Aged 0-18years Immunization Schedule (CDC)
Recommended Immunizations for Adults (CDC)
Children/Teens Immunization Catch-Up Schedule(CDC)

  CDC Vaccine Information Statement  
HPV- Gardasil  
HPV- Cervarix  
Meningococcal (MCV)  
Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap)  

Meningococcal Infections
and the Vaccine


The meningococcal bacteria causes serious infections including meningitis and bloodstream infections
Approximately 3000 people will develop a serious infection with this bacterium and 30% will be teens and young adults
Meningococcal infection can result in death in 10% of cases.
Of the survivors, 20% will suffer permanent damage such as deafness, seizures, mental retardation, or loss of fingers and toes

Protection with the meningococcal vaccine is the key to preventing this infection and its effects

  Meningococcal Infections- Meningitis
www.vaccineinformation.org: Photos
www.cdc.gov: Meningococcal Disease
www.nlm.nih.gov: Meningitis
www.nlm.nih.gov:More Information

  Meningococcal Vaccine
www.cdc.gov: Risk Factors for Meningitis
www.cdc.gov: Diseases and Vaccines
www.cdc.gov: Meningococcal Vaccination
youngwomenshealth.org: Vaccine: A Guide for Teens
www.vaccineinformation.org: Disease and Vaccine
www.immunize.org: Meningococcal Disease

  Side effects of the Vaccine
www.cdc.gov: Meningococcal Vaccine Side-Effects
www.cdc.gov: GBS and Menactra Meningococcal Vaccine
www.cdc.gov: Vaccine Safety


Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and HPV Vaccines

HPV Spread by
  HPV is the most commom sexually transmitted virus in the United States
Over 20 million people in the United States have been already infected
About 6 million new sexually transmitted HPV infection cases are reported each year
Close to 50% of women ages 20-24 will become infected by HPV
Many young men and women have HPV and may not even know it


How HPV Spread: Even no symptoms, infected people can still spread HPV.
Sexual contact - during oral, vaginal, or anal sex with an infected partner. About 2/3 of people who have sexual contact with a infected partner will develop warts within several months
Self transmission from one site to another
Even from kissing
Non-sexually skin to skin contact
(ie, touching the hand of someone who has HPV and has just touched his/her wart)
Mother to baby transmission



HPV Associated Health Problems
cdc.gov: Signs-Symptoms
cdc.gov: HPV and Women
cdc.go: HPV amd Men
dermnetnz.org: Genital Warts-Photo
aurorahealthcare:Genital Warts-Photo
lib.uiowa.edu: Oral Warts-Photo

HPV Vaccines
Provide protection for HPV infection to teens and young adults in women and men
Prevent sexually transmitted warts
Prevent cervical cancer and other genital cancers
Prevent oropharyngeal cancers
Prevent airway papillomatosis in infants

  Genital Warts in Men and Women
womenshealth.gov: Human-Papillomavirus
www.niaid.nih.gov: Genital Warts
dermnetnz.org: Genital-Warts

Side Effects of HPV Vaccines
Common side effect: temporary soreness at injection site
Temporary Diarrhea or dizziness
Serious side effects hardly ever occur

  HPV-Associated Cancers in women and men
About 24,900 HPV associated cancer occur every year
Cervix, vulva, vagina, anus, penis, head and neck cancers
Risk for Oropharyngeal Cancer
cancer.gov: HPV and Cancers
  Vaccine Safety
cdc.gov: FAQs about HPV Vaccine Safety
cdc.gov:Who should not get HPV vaccine or Wait
  Warts in Mouth, Throat, or Airway
lib.uiowa.edu: Oral Warts
Airway Warts (Papillomatosis) in infants
Born to women with genital warts
Develop warts in their throats and airway
Could have potentially life-threatening condition.
  Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention
www.niaid.nih.gov: Diagnosis
www.niaid.nih.gov: Treatment
www.niaid.nih.gov: Prevention
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