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I had this Someone in Nebraska Loves Me Shirt and it was to reduce chances not to skip your smear, Louise Bleakly I was 18 when I had mine. I asked my doctor, and they said I was too old to get it. The requirement in school was brought in when I was 18 for 17 and below.
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So you still need to go to checkups at minimum once every three years. Vaccines aren’t 100% effective, because you can have a compromised immune system, you could have caught a mutated strain, or the Someone in Nebraska Loves Me Shirt just wasn’t fully effective as you could have been under the weather when you got it. I’ve never heard that, And HPV vaccine is mandatory for both boys and girls here in Australia.
Area Jane Lineman that’s not true at all I had the vaccine in high school and I still require smear tests every 3 years. Have the HPV vaccine you can avoid all this, the nurse who gave me the injections said that I’d never require a smear test because I’d had the vaccine. It is quite normal tester sexually active woman should get a pap every 2 to 5 years but that doesn’t make it easy to do.