Second dose: 2 months after the first dose
Third dose: 6 months after the first dose
There are precautions to getting this vaccine. Gardasil can interact with certain medications and should not be used by women who are on blood thinners/ (anticoagulants), or steroid therapy, should not get the injection because of adverse reactions. Another thing to consider is that if you have a compromised immune system, you should not get the vaccine, and also you should not get the vaccine if you have any allergy to yeast. Gardasil does not contain any live or dead virus but can still cause infections at the injection site if the patient has an allergic reaction to the vaccine. http://cervical-cancer.emedtv.com/gardasil/gardasil-precautions-and-warnings.html
There is controversy surrounding this vaccine because there are those who believe that Gardasil may cause some parents think twice about giving a vaccine against a STD to pre-teens. Other parents might not want a vaccine against a STD at all, believing that their children could not be at risk. And...