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Write-up: Information has been received from a consumer concerning her 17 year old daughter who on 11-JUL-2007, 20-SEP-2007, 26-JAN-2008 was vaccinated with her first, second and third dose of Gardasil, respectively. It was reported that the patient did not have a reaction to the first or second dose. Within two weeks after her third dose she experienced a high fever and blisters down her throat. It was reported that she missed work and school due to the reaction. The consumer''s sister also had a similar reaction to Gardasil (WAES#0710USA03615). Additional information has been requested. follow up 2/12/2010- follow up information received from the physician regarding a 14 year old caucasian female patient (previously reported as 17 years old) with no previous medical history or no illness at the time of vaccination, who on 11-jul-2007. at 10:04 am was vaccinated IM in the left arm with the first dose of HPV 6 11 16 18 vaccine (yeast) (lot# 658100/05250) and on 20-sep-2007 at 6: 46 pm, was vaccinated IM in the left arm with the second dose of HPV 11 16 18 vlp vaccine (yeast) lot# 657736/0389u. on 31-jul-2007, the patient experienced a fever began 2 weeks following the 1st vaccination. also experienced oral ulcers. fever persisted x 1 week. again developed fever and mouth sores 2 weeks following dose 2. no reactions after the third vaccination. the patient recovered 1-2 weeks after onset of symptoms.
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