Provided by MSD, approved by US FDA
Recommended vaccination population:
- People who aged 9 to 45 (both male and female)
HPV vaccines work best for women who have never been exposed to HPV infection. Therefore, they should work best in women who have not started sexual activities. In women who have had sexual activities, the effectiveness varies.
- Aged 9 to 14, 2-dose
- Aged 15 or above, 3-dose schedule
HPV vaccines could prevent infections from HPV types 16 and 18, which account for about 70% of all cervical cancer. By covering five additional HPV genotypes, i.e. HPV-31, 33, 45, 52, 58, the 9-valent vaccine could prevent up to 90% of cervical cancer.
Our doctor will first evaluate the condition of clients and decides to inject or not, and then will be injected by our professional registered nurse. After injection, common side effects are similar to those from other vaccinations, such as soreness and swelling at the injection site, fever, headache and nausea.
People not recommend get the vaccine:
The vaccines are not recommended for those who have had allergic reactions to any component of HPV vaccines.