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Gynae Clinic provides the cervical cancer vaccine, called Gardasil, to young girls and women between the ages of 9-26. The vaccine helps protect against the development of this type of cancer.
This cancer grows on the surface of the cervix (the entrance to the womb from the vagina). It usually has no symptoms in its early stages. The most common symptoms include irregular bleeding, including post coital bleeding and bleeding in between periods.
The Gardasil injection causes the immune system to create new antibodies which fight against the human papillomavirus (HPV), which has been shown to cause growth of cancer. For best protection, young girls should receive the vaccine before engaging in sexual activity for the first time.
Your experienced gynaecologist in London will give you three shots in total. You will have the second injection two months after the first shot, and the third shot four months after that.
Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable types of cancer. In addition to getting the Gardasil vaccine, there are several things you can do to lower your risk of cervical cancer, including:
At Gynae Clinic gynaecologist helps you if you have faced cervical cancer vaccination side effect
Are you interested in decreasing your risk of cervical cancer with the Gardasil vaccine? Please schedule your consultation at Gynae Clinic today.
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