Hazard of complex regional pain syndrome following human papillomavirus vaccination among adolescent girls in the United States: a case-cohort analysis of insurance claims data.
Conclusion: The results support the safety and continued administration of HPV vaccines to adolescents. PMID: 31674255 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: Our findings provide new evidence on patterns of behavioral modification in a population-based sample of Latinos diagnosed with chronic health conditions. Findings suggest the need to promote language and culturally relevant initiatives to increase the adoption of health-enhancing behaviors and improve chronic disease management among Spanish-speaking Latinos.
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ConclusionCertain conditions are prevalent in the same populations that are vaccinated with the HPV vaccine (peri-pubertal males and females). This association, however, is an insufficient proof of causality.
ConclusionsNon-specific symptoms including headache, fatigue and dizziness feature prominently in serious AE reports from females in Denmark. Our analysis identified a cluster of reports, likely media stimulated, with a focus on symptoms of CFS and POTS. PMID: 31088598 [PubMed - in process]
ConclusionsCluster analysis reveals additional reports of AEs following HPV vaccination that are serious in nature and describe symptoms that overlap those reported in cases from the recent safety signals (POTS, CRPS, and CFS), but which do not report explicit diagnoses. While the causal association between HPV vaccination and these AEs remains uncertain, more extensive analyses of spontaneous reports can better identify the relevant case series for thorough signal evaluation.
In conclusion, a disabling syndrome of chronic neuropathic pain, fatigue, and autonomic dysfunction may appear after HPV vaccination.
Almost of previous investigations for adverse clinical symptoms after human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination described that the symptoms appeared to be complex regional pain syndrome or psychogenic disorders. However we have a chance for investigating over 100 patients with widespread pain, general fatigue, autonomic dysfunction, memory impairment, hyper photosensitivity, impairment of locomotor system, et al. after HPV vaccination. Based on these clinical symptoms, we postulated HPV vaccination associated with neuro-immunopathic syndrome (HANS).