HPV Vaccination Is Being Done in London, Read Below

HPV Vaccination Is Being Done in London, Read Below

HPV Vaccine (Human Papillomavirus) is offered all over the United Kingdom. The doctors there believe that it is a serious issue spreading vastly so the vaccine should be available in a wider range.

What Is HPV?

HPV is a common virus which is transferred on through genitals. There are more than hundred types of HPV viruses but many cause no harm but some may persist there and grow which may cause cervical cancer in women, Genital warts in men and women and head/neck cancers in both men and women. Vaccines are made to fight against all these conditions.

What Do The HPV Vaccines Do?

The newest form of HPV vaccine is – Gardasil-9 which is the most effective one in the market. This vaccine can only work from post HPV disease. It won’t help the people who have already been exposed to HPV diseases.

Who Should Be Vaccinated?

Every male and female should be vaccinated. It’s better to get vaccinated at a young age of twelve and thirteen when you are not sexually active. In such cases it  would help a lot because the one is not exposed to the HPV viruses already and in this way many people are not infected by many of the HPV strains. Teenagers below 16 should be vaccinated with their parents’ consent.

Who Should Not Be Vaccinated?

The women who are pregnant should not be exposed to the vaccines. People who are allergic to the vaccine ingredients should not be vaccinated. And the people who were allergic to the previous dose of the HPV vaccines should consult the doctor before the vaccination.

Side Effects of the Vaccine?

The HPV vaccination London is designed for humans and they have kept it very moderate so a higher number of people can tolerate the dose. If somebody still gets the side effects it can be dizziness, nausea, fever or swelling injected area.

Process of Vaccination

Firstly, get the appointment to the clinic where this vaccine is available. When you visit, the first dose will be given also known as the initial dose. Then another dose will be given 2 months later. Then the third dose will be given 4 months after the second one.

How Can You Stay Protected from HPV?

One should not indulge into unsafe and unhygienic sexual activities. If you are having sexual intercourse then reduce the number of partners and take protective measures.