You can be vaccinated at any age. However, the vaccine only prevents infection and does not cure it. Therefore, if you have already been exposed to the virus and have contracted it the vaccine can do nothing about it. If you have sex, and have not been exposed to the virus and then get vaccinated, the effectiveness of the vaccine will not be reduced.
The vaccine is not given to pregnant women because the research done on its effects on pregnancy is insufficient.
I hope I've answered your questions. I'm afraid I didn't understand your question about your nose because I didn't know what you meant. SorryView Thread
There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
It would be kind of nice if WebMD could do something about their formatting options. It bums me somewhat when I post a nice even bulleted list and it ends off looking like the above ... Sigh.View Thread
When you feel you're getting close ask your partner to press on your is perineum.
There must be hundreds more of this kind of technique and they're all worth trying because you never know what will work for you. However, do remember that some take a lot of regular work (like Kegels and the squeeze technique) so you need to be pretty dedicated (it could be weeks before you see an improvement ...).View Thread