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The most common side effects include headache, fever, dizziness and irritation around the injection site.

Will the immunization ultimately protect me or my partner from cancer?

En español │After 20 years, you're single again and, heaven help you, on the brink of dating.

So, what's a health-conscious, not-so-young woman to do?

William Tew, an assistant attending medical oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, who focuses on gynecologic cancers, says of older women getting the vaccine: "I don't personally recommend it. The studies looking at this have been exceptionally limited." At the very least, he pointed out, research has shown the vaccine to be safe.

Late last summer, presidential hopefuls Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann propelled the HPV vaccine into the headlines as they sparred over requiring the shot for adolescent girls.

Their tussle revived battles between public health advocates and abstinence-until-marriage evangelists over whether it was a potentially life-saving medical precaution or an invitation to promiscuity.

Among the 3,800 participants in Merck's study of older women, 67 percent showed no sign of prior exposure to the vaccine's HPV strains, and the others had mostly been exposed to only one.

That sounds encouraging - except that as many as half of all HPV exposures won't show up on the blood test, so these rates are probably gross overestimates.

Meanwhile, I had a completely different thought: Hey, what about me?

The human papillomavirus vaccine is FDA-approved only through age 26, with the thinking that by that time women (and men) have had enough sex that they're probably already exposed to the virus and won't benefit. But I wondered: what if, by luck of the draw, I happen to be an exception?

And to be fair, the research has failed to provide evidence that recommending all older women get vaccinated against HPV fits that bill.