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Their genital cells were collected and investigated for 36 types of HPV.Results reveal male virgins can still become infected with HPV.The World Health Organisation, the US Center for Disease Control and the European Medicines Regulator have 'extensively reviewed the vaccine's safety'.They conclude there is 'no credible evidence of a link between the HPV vaccine and a range of chronic illnesses'.Yet, global health officials have always strongly denied the jabs have any nervous system effects.As with any vaccine, there is a very small chance of a severe allergic reaction with the HPV jab, according to the Vaccine Knowledge Project at the University of Oxford.
In recent years, numerous teenage girls have made headlines after claiming to have suffered devastating side effects after having HPV vaccines, with alleged complications including paralysis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Study author Dr Alan Nyitray from The University of Texas in Houston, said: 'It reinforces the point that HPV vaccination should not be thought of only in the context of sexual behavior.'HPV is the most common sexually-transmitted infection in the US and can cause cancer of the penis in men, while women are at risk of developing the condition in the vulva, vagina or cervix.
The infection can also cause cancer of the anus or throat in both sexes.
Dr Nyitray said: 'Previous studies have found HPV among female virgins, but this is the first to find it among male virgins.
'It reinforces the point that HPV vaccination should not be thought of only in the context of sexual behavior.'Of those who had sex within one year of the study starting, 28.7 percent became infected with HPV, while 45.5 percent caught the virus within two years.