People from Klaipeda have no urge to bathe their daughters of human papillomavirus (HPV), which causes cancer of the cervix – less than half of the nine-year-old girls are vaccinated. Mothers do not hesitate about the recent vaccine on the vaccine, but doctors claim that the price of such dangers is very expensive.
Keep away from long-term research
According to data from the Klaipeda National Public Health Department, under the Ministry of Health, about 2,300 girls have been vaccinated in Klaipeda County for more than two years and have been vaccinated against human papillomavirus in more than 980 years in Klaipeda.
At first glance, it seems that the number of vaccines has not been so low, but after reviewing the population statistics for years in Klaipeda, it is clear that there could be many more girls who were vaccinated.
This vaccine is for the most part a free 11-year-old girl.
Ten year-old mothers do not hesitate to ask if a vaccine is worth it. In their view, the human papillomavirus vaccine is still quite young, so it is unclear how the body will respond to the vaccine after 10 or 20 years.
Or maybe this vaccine will "activate" another mechanism of oncology? Moreover, it is necessary to hear controversial assessments even from the mouth of medical staff. Mothers interested in red taste lose their long-term vaccine testing.
Some mothers think that if they were raised without these vaccines and did not understand why they should be vaccinated with their child?
Nobel Prize winner
Mothers who suspect the vaccine have probably never been exposed to oncological diseases.
"Those mothers who tested the vaccine probably did not have an oncology illness, did not burn in their family or relatives, so it's difficult to assess the importance of the vaccine," said Jovita Kaunaitė, a gynecologist at the Klaipeda Hospital Clinic.
The doctor recalled that a scientist who discovered that human papillomavirus caused cervical cancer, received the Nobel Prize 10 years ago. It was a stroke in treating a significant number of women in cervical cancer.
According to J. Kaunaité, if mothers need to know how to treat this disease, how can they suffer, they certainly do not doubt the benefits of the vaccine.
What do sick people say?
Every year, in Lithuania, 300 cancer cervical cancer dies. This figure would be significantly lower if earlier cases of carcinogenicity and carcinogenicity were discovered.
The doctor asks the suspicious mother to talk to women affected by this disease and ask them if they will get their daughters and grandchildren vaccinated.
"Yes, cervix cancer has not been vaccinated long ago, but each side effect is carefully noted, there are no eye contours, and complications do not differ from other vaccines, more local reactions are: redness of the skin, swelling. No specific complications are not specifically noted on HPV virus "- Obstetrician Gynecologist remembers concerned mother due to relatively recent vaccinations.
J. Kaunaite explained that HPV viruses have over 200, but cancer of the cervix is caused by certain high-risk viruses that protect the vaccine.
Treatment is long and disturbing
According to J. Kaunaité, primary health care facilities are more prophylactic, the day-care center is more likely to face the consequences of illness – already ill patients.
When cervical cancer is discovered, if it is not yet advanced, surgery is usually needed. It is about how much cervix can be removed.
However, in most cases, the disease is detected in late stages, and operations are much more complex. Women are both physically and emotionally traumatic. They suffer a lot of pain.
In most cases, only surgery is insufficient, chemotherapy is waiting for sick patients – a long and disturbing treatment that affects the quality of life of women.
Recently, there is a tendency for cancer of the cervix to affect younger women – on average about 45-50 years.
The sooner the better
There are also patients who are also asked by the Cure Center for Cervical Cancer Vaccine.
"The vaccine is recommended for women of all ages, but at an earlier age the vaccine will not be as effective as in girls who did not have sexual intercourse. Research shows that at a younger age this is a bigger immune response – the body is better at fighting the virus entering the body. That is why it is recommended that we have 11-year-old girls, "explained J. Kaunaitė.
According to doctors, cervical cancer vaccines should be educated by primary health care providers – family doctors. However, she complained that colleagues for high work could not be focused on prophylaxis.
"Can Sexual Education Be Included in Schools, Nurses?" – suggested the ophthalmologist gynecologist.
The vaccine has an effect
Elvina Juknienė, chief specialist of the Department of Infectious Diseases Management at the Klaipeda Department of the National Public Health Center, asked to share the free vaccination of girls, saying she was not yet able to assess the situation.
"Starting a free 11-year-old girl from a human papillomavirus infection starting on September 1, 2016, the number of vaccinations is estimated only in 2017," she explained.