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Guardian HPV Vaccination Package (HPV) (Gardasil  9)

Male or Female . Above 18 yrs
Rs. 11,450
Whitefield - Bengaluru
The Gardasil 9 vaccine is an updated version of the original Gardasil vaccine, which protects against nine strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) that can cause cervical cancer, vulvar cancer, and other genital cancers. Like the original vaccine, Gardasil 9 works by introducing a small, harmless piece of the virus into the body, which triggers the immune system to produce antibodies to fight off the actual virus. The Gardasil 9 vaccine is recommended for both males and females aged 18 and above.
  • Adult Vaccination-Consult
  • GARDASIL-9 VACCINE 0.5 ML 1S ( HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS 9-VALENT, RECOMBINANT), MSD
1. The Gardasil 9 vaccine can prevent certain types of HPV infections that can lead to cancers of the cervix, vulva, vagina, anus, and throat.

2. The vaccine can also prevent genital warts caused by certain types of HPV. By preventing these infections, the vaccine can potentially save lives and reduce the need for invasive treatments for these types of cancers.

3. The vaccine can also reduce the risk of spreading HPV to others.

1. Are vaccines safe?

Yes, vaccines are generally safe and effective. Vaccines undergo rigorous testing and clinical trials before they are approved for use by regulatory agencies, such as the FDA. Serious side effects are rare, and the benefits of vaccination far outweigh the risks of adverse reactions. 


2. Who should get vaccinated?

Everyone should get vaccinated, regardless of age or health status. Vaccines protect individuals from serious and potentially life-threatening diseases, as well as prevent the spread of infectious diseases to others who may not be able to get vaccinated.  


3. How long do vaccines last?

The duration of vaccine protection varies depending on the vaccine and the individual's immune response. Some vaccines, like the flu vaccine, need to be given annually. Others, like the measles vaccine, provide long-lasting immunity.


4. What are the common side effects of vaccines?

Common side effects of vaccines include pain or redness at the injection site, fever, and mild body aches. These side effects are usually mild and go away on their own within a few days. 


5. Can you get vaccinated if you are pregnant?

Yes, some vaccines are recommended for pregnant women to protect both the mother and the baby from certain diseases. However, it is important to consult with your doctor before getting vaccinated while pregnant.

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Yes, vaccines are generally safe and effective. Vaccines undergo rigorous testing and clinical trials before they are approved for use by regulatory agencies, such as the FDA. Serious side effects are rare, and the benefits of vaccination far outweigh the risks of adverse reactions.

Everyone should get vaccinated, regardless of age or health status. Vaccines protect individuals from serious and potentially life-threatening diseases, as well as prevent the spread of infectious diseases to others who may not be able to get vaccinated.

The duration of vaccine protection varies depending on the vaccine and the individual's immune response. Some vaccines, like the flu vaccine, need to be given annually. Others, like the measles vaccine, provide long-lasting immunity.

Common side effects of vaccines include pain or redness at the injection site, fever, and mild body aches. These side effects are usually mild and go away on their own within a few days.

Yes, some vaccines are recommended for pregnant women to protect both the mother and the baby from certain diseases. However, it is important to consult with your doctor before getting vaccinated while pregnant.