1. What do you think are the chances of getting GBS after recieving the gardasil vaccination? "Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) has also been reported in individuals following vaccination with Gardasil" (or any other side effect that i've read about like pancreatitis, seizures, INFERTILITY, Bell's palsy, etc.... infertility is a big one for me)
Oh, that whole infertility thing came up here a couple of years ago, and is probably best regarded as nonsense, to be blunt.
It was based on the fact the Merck vaccine contains polysorbate 80, whch has been linked with infertility in some mice studies. However, there is no research linking polysorbate 80 with infertility in humans and the vaccine is considered to be safe in this regard.
Some also went off on the fact the vaccine contains sodium borate (boric acid), which has appropriate medical uses, and is ROUTINELY used by healthcare providers to treat vaginal infections such as bacterial vaginosis or trichomoniasis (don't try and self treat, though. See your healthcare provider first). It is even sometimes used as an antiseptic for minor cuts!
As for GBS, the rates of GBS seen in the vaccine groups are lower than what you'd expect to find at random in the general population.
2. "Gardasil was nearly 90 percent effective in preventing genital warts caused by infection with HPV types 6 and 11" does that mean theres still a 10% chance i can get it even after being vaccinated? cuz i will be knowingly sleeping with someone who has GW. i dont sleep around, i am getting this because i love someone who definitely has it.
It's a little less effective in men, perhaps, but still pretty good.
3. Is the gardasil for women the same exact gardasil for men? if yes, why did it take so long to be released for males?
Yep, and it took longer because the first studies focused on women. We didn't have saftey or effectiveness data with men until much later, so there wasn't enough on which to base an FDA decision.
4. theres a health clinic two blocks from my house, do u think i can go in there and talk with someone about the vaccination without being charged money (i dont have health insurance). Is there places/clinics that i can go to, to get gardasil for free if i can prove that i make less than a certain amount of money per year?
Call the health clinic and see what they're willing to do, and if there's a cost (and how much that might be).
5. is there anything that i cant be doing or diagnosed with in order to get gardasil? something that i wouldnt think of. (example: you shouldnt drink alcohol while taking antibiotics.... that obviously doesnt apply to gardasil, but i was just showing you an example of the type of question i'm asking)
I'm not aware of any restrictions in this regard.
Hope this helps!