I know this is really late but I just happened to come across your post I have experienced the same exact thing my cycle was on the day I got the shot it made it go off i thought it was a little strange but just shrugged it off but then i I didn't get a period for about 2 months and when it was time for the second shot I told my doctor she told me it was more likely from stress and the shot doesn't have any side effects like that she then gave me a pregnancy test which I told her I know for certain I'm not pregnant since i've never even had sex but she said she had to be sure anyways afterward she gave me the second shot and hours later my period came on so heavy and the clotting oh my god it scared me so much I bled for about two weeks and then after that no period for about 3 months and then it would just come on inconsistently sometimes twice a month sometimes not at all just all around irregular until this very day my period has never gone back to being the same as before I've never regretted anything more in my life besides this shot if anyone is lucky enough to come across these postings before taking the gardisil shot please i beg of you don't go through with itView Thread
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