My friend made an appointment with me for the nine price of tomorrow, but my menstrual period should be today or tomorrow. Can I have this injection if my menstruation comes today or tomorrow
Hello, according to your description, I want to answer your questions. If you want to inject HPV nine valent vaccine, it is recommended to avoid the menstrual period and three days before and after menstruation. Because women's immunity during menstruation is relatively low, it is easy to cause complications or others, so you can choose to inject after three days after menstruation.
My friend helped me make an appointment for the nine price of tomorrow, but my menstrual period should be today or tomorrow. Can I still have this injection if my menstruation comes today or tomorrow? For your problem, menstrual women can also be vaccinated; Nine valent HPV vaccine can also be given in physiological period.
Whether it's menstruation today or tomorrow, you can get vaccinated. If the time can be postponed for a period of time, it's better to get vaccinated a few days after menstruation is clean. If the time can't be postponed, you can get vaccinated as scheduled. The main reason is that the vaccination may cause adverse reactions, such as fever, headache, fatigue, etc., so it is recommended to vaccinate in the best state of the body.