One of the most controversial vaccines to ever be created was those that attempt to prevent HPV. However, there have been tens of millions of young girls who have been administered this vaccine since it was first created.
The vaccine itself was created to help prevent HPV, which is a sexually transmitted disease that can lead to cervical cancer. It is most effective when a girl has her first menstrual cycle somewhere between the ages of 10 and 11.
Unfortunately, it is still a fairly new vaccine and research is still ongoing for it. However, there have been instances where girls have become infertile after having the vaccine. In fact, one girl in Australia completely lost her ability to have children because her ovaries shut down and her eggs were destroyed after having this vaccine administered.
Before having this vaccine, it is best to become educated thoroughly so that you can make the best decision possible. Since there is still little known about the vaccine, it is difficult to determine how much it can affect fertility or if there is truly any scientific link between the vaccine and infertility. However, it pays to be cautious and to do a little more research before having the vaccine administered.