The US CDC says that an HPV vaccination is recommended up to the age of 26. If you are older than that and not infected yet, why shouldn't it make sense to get vaccinated then?

  • Cdc recommend giving hep b vaccine because of susceptibility to infection uptill 26 because it spreads as std, blood and this behaviour is more uptill that age group. However hep b vaccine can be taken anytime. But still allergic reactions and adverse reactions are to be ruled out by the doctor – Physicsapproval Feb 15 '19 at 5:09
  • Mistakenly, I read HBV vaccine above. But for hpv too you can apply similar thought process (except for transmission part l, hpv occurs mostly by std) – Physicsapproval Feb 15 '19 at 5:36

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