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The vaccine for HPV is designed to provide immunity to the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Being a very effective vaccine, we at The Gynae clinic London believe everyone should be able to have quick, affordable access to HPV vaccination.There are different HPV vaccines available, but as a reputable and experienced Gynaecology Clinic, we focus on the newest addition of the HPV vaccine; the Gardasil 9.
Gardasil 9 is a very effective HPV vaccine that protects against 9 of the most high risk types of HPV (hence the name). A The Gynae Clinic, we are always available to administer this vaccine to those who need it. It would be easier to understand how the Gardasil 9 HPV vaccine works if we understand the HPV viral infection itself.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a viral disease. It affects the genital region and can be transmitted through oral, vaginal or anal sex. There are, are about 100 different types of virus in the HPV family, and what's worse, they can lie dormant in your body without showing any outward symptoms. Often, they do not need treatment as the body fights the infection by itself. Other times, they alter the state of the cells and cause them to change. When these cells change, they can cause diseases such as cervical, penile or oral cancer, amongst others.. HPV can also cause lesions and warts in both men and women, and is in fact the primary cause of genital warts in both men and women.
The HPV vaccines are all important for protecting against HPV and some types of cancer. The previous HPV vaccine, called Gardasil, is very effective and is still in use today. However, the new version, Gardasil 9 is much better at the job of protection. Gardasil 9 protects against 9 major types of HPV, types 6,11,16,18,31,33,45,52 and 58.
It is already known that the HPV vaccines will protect against HPV types. However, it will not protect against diseases that are not caused by HPV. The vaccine may not protect against the type of HPV which you may have already been exposed to.
HPVis a virus that affects both men and women. Because of this, the HPV vaccine is for everyone. It is important, however, for young people to get vaccinated before they are exposed to the virus. This doesn't mean it is too late for those who are already sexually active.They can still get the HPV vaccine, provided they have not been exposed to all the strains of the virus.
You can decide to get the vaccine as an individual, or a group, or even with your family. For people younger than 16, their parents or guardian must be present with them during the vaccination process.
For families or groups, you have the option of getting the vaccine in the clinic, or you can decide to have a private HPV vaccine in your home. We at The Gynae clinic London will help you arrange for a home visit if you want, there is an increased cost however, and we always encourage patients to attend the clinic where we can offer you full care.
Although we stated earlier that the HPV vaccine is for everyone, there are still some group of persons who should not take the vaccine. These people are;
You can get the HPV vaccine at any gynaecology or sexual health clinic in London. Various clinics in different locations are available to deliver the HPV vaccine in London. For a reliable service, you can visit our clinic at The Gynae Clinic, London for vaccination. All you have to do is call today and book an appointment with us.
There are no serious side effects of the vaccine to worry about. The vaccine is usually tolerated well in the body. Here have, however, been minor complaints of pain, swelling and itching at the injection point, nausea, and fever. If the symptoms persist or become more serious, do not hesitate to seek medical advice.
The HPV vaccine is administered in three injections. These injections are not given at once; they are administered in intervals. After the first dose, the second one is taken after two months, and the final dose comes four months after the second dose.
The HPV vaccine has been verified to protect you for at least 5 years. However, if you are a woman, you still need to continue with regular smear tests, as a precaution and also as a means for a check-up. Although it is unlikely, there might be a situation whereby a booster will be required in the future.
The cost of the HPV Vaccine is mostly dependent on the clinic where you got vaccinated. At The Gynae clinic London, we deliver HPV vaccine in London at very affordable price, and for families and groups, you only need to pay one consultation fee, for the appointment. For verification, you can find out the prices of the HPV vaccine by clicking on the option on our page.
HPV is transmitted through sexual contact with an infected person. To this effect, the best way to avoid HPV would be to abstain from all sexual activities, including oral, anal or vaginal sex. Using barrier methods like condoms can also help to control the spread of the virus. The people who are at higher risk of having HPV are those with multiple sexual partners and those who engage in unprotected sex.
The good news, however, is that the HPV vaccine is available to protect you from infection.
The Gynae clinic London is reputed as one of the best clinics to get HPV vaccinein London. We ensure that our clients get the best treatment they deserve when they come in for vaccinations. Call us today on 02071831049 to get you HPV vaccine, or to arrange for a private HPV vaccine as well. Either way, we are available.
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