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Looking for information on male sexual dysfunction and vaccines? Check out our article for more information.

Can the vaccine cause male sexual dysfunction?

There is no evidence that the vaccine causes male sexual dysfunction. The vaccine is safe and effective, and it is important for men to get vaccinated to protect themselves and their partners from the potentially deadly HPV virus.

HPV is a common virus that can cause cancer, and men are at risk for HPV-related cancers of the throat, penis, and anus. The HPV vaccine is the best way to protect against HPV infection, and it is recommended for all boys and men up to age 26. The HPV vaccine is safe and effective, and it does not cause sexual dysfunction.

Some people may experience short-term side effects from the HPV vaccine, such as soreness at the injection site, fever, or headache. These side effects are usually mild and go away quickly. There is no evidence that the HPV vaccine causes long-term side effects.

The HPV vaccine is an important tool in the fight against cancer. It is safe, effective, and it does not cause sexual dysfunction. Men should get vaccinated to protect themselves and their partners from HPV-related cancers.

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