Cervical Cancer Vaccine

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Cervical cancer caused by the HPV virus is one of the leading causes of death in females. One way to avoid cervical cancer is to get the HPV or cervical cancer vaccine. After 12 years of monitoring and research, the HPV vaccine has been labelled safe and effective. It helps you fight against the HPV virus and prevents cervical cancer.

Euromed Clinic is now providing HPV vaccine in Dubai to help you build immunity against cervical cancer.

What is Cervical Cancer?

This form of cancer arises from the cervix. In this life-threatening disease, cells can grow abnormally and spread to other body parts. In the beginning, the person observes no symptoms. However, with time you develop symptoms like pain during intercourse, bleeding, and pelvic pain. The bleeding after intercourse might not be significant, but it is a sign of cervical cancer.

What is the Cervical Cancer Vaccine?

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that causes cervical cancer. But it is now possible to prevent cervical cancer with the help of the HPV vaccine Dubai. A significant population can be made secure through widespread immunization with the HPV or cervical cancer vaccine. This vaccine provides strength to fight the HPV virus.

What does Cervical Cancer Vaccine do?

The HPV vaccine, specifically Gardasil 9, prevents cervical cancer before a person has contracted the virus. In addition, it can also prevent genital warts and anal cancer in men and genital warts, vulvar cancer, vaginal cancer, and anal cancer in women. The throat and mouth cancer link to HPV has also been found in some studies, so this vaccine also helps prevent throat and mouth cancer.

Who should take Cervical Cancer Vaccine?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidelines, boys and girls as young as 11 can take the HPV vaccine. However, some experts suggest getting the vaccine at the age of 9. The boys and girls need to have it before becoming sexually active because the vaccine cannot do anything if a person is already infected with HPV.

Avail Financing

As per the recommendations of the CDC, all teenagers and adolescents from age 9 to 14 should take two doses a year of the HPV vaccine. However, young adults who are 15 to 26 years should start taking it three times a year. The FDA has approved Gardasil 9 vaccine Dubai for adult males and females aging 27 to 45 years.

Who should not get the HPV Vaccine?

The HPV vaccine is not recommended for severely or moderately ill people and pregnant women. If a person has severe allergies, it must be shared with the doctor before getting vaccinated. If a person is allergic to latex and yeast, the doctor should be informed. Moreover, one should not get vaccinated if there is a life-threatening allergic reaction to any vaccine component.

Get The Cost

HPV Vaccine Cost in Dubai

At Euromed Clinic Center, the average cost of the HPV vaccine (Gardasil 9) starts from AED 1200. An expert can guide you better regarding the exact cost. Therefore, consult with our gynecologist to know the cost of the vaccine.

Cervical Cancer FAQ’s

Is cervical cancer vaccine safe?

There has been extensive research on the cervical cancer vaccine, and the results have shown that the vaccine is safe. Although this vaccine has some side effects, they are mild and temporary. No life-threatening severe events have been reported.

For how long is the cervical cancer vaccine effective?

Several studies have shown that HPV vaccine protection is long-lasting. The latest research has observed vaccinated individuals for almost ten years and has reported no weakening in protection over time.

Does insurance cover HPV Vaccine?

Generally, health insurance plans cover the price of HPV vaccines. It would be best to discuss it with your insurance company as they can guide you better in this regard.

What are the side effects of the cervical cancer vaccine?

The side effects associated with the cervical cancer vaccine are mild and temporary. Commonly occurring side effects are pain, redness, or swelling at the injection site, fever, headache, fatigue, nausea, muscle, or joint pain.

What are the negative effects of the HPV vaccine?

Until now, no serious negative effects of the cervical cancer vaccine have been reported. Some people don't get their children this vaccine because they fear that they may become infertile. However, the HPV vaccine does not negatively affect fertility.

Does insurance cover HPV Vaccine?

Generally, health insurance plans cover the price of HPV vaccines. It would be best to discuss it with your insurance company as they can guide you better in this regard.

Get a Consultation

If you live in the UAE, there are many reasons to choose the Euromed Clinic Center for a cervical cancer vaccine. Here, you get the right vaccine at the right time and in the right way. If you are interested in getting the Cervical Cancer Vaccine in Dubai, please book an appointment at our clinic. You can schedule your consultation by filling the form given below, and one of our staff members will get in touch with you.


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