HPV vaccination helps reduce the chances of getting cervical cancer. It works by preventing infection with specific types of HPV targeted by the vaccines. However, HPV vaccination does not substitute for routine cervical cancer screening. Vaccinated women should still go for regular pap smear once every three years for early detection of cervical cancer.
About HPV and its link with Cervical Cancer
What is HPV?
Risk factors for HPV infection include:
How is HPV transmitted?
What are the signs or symptoms of HPV infection?
Can HPV be treated?
How is HPV related to cervical cancer?
How can I best protect myself against cervical cancer?
Where can I go for a Pap smear?
About HPV vaccination
What is HPV vaccination?
What are the different HPV vaccines currently available in Singapore?
Protect against the following HPV sub-types 6, 11, 16, 18
Vaccination schedule 0,2 and 6 months
Approved indications: Prevention of cervical cancer, vulvar cancer, vaginal cancer and genital warts
Approved age for use: Girls and women aged 9 to 26 years, or advised by your doctor.
Protect against the following HPV sub-types 16, 18
Vaccination schedule 0, 1 and 6 months, or as advised by your doctor.
Approved indications: Prevention of cervical cancer
Approved age for use: Girls and women aged 9 to 25 years, or advised by your doctor.
Who is the vaccine for?
Who should NOT be vaccinated?
Why is the HPV vaccines recommended for females aged 9 to 26 years old?
Are HPV vaccines compulsory?
How long does the protection last?
Are the vaccines safe and effective?
What are the common side effects of HPV vaccines?
Are HPV vaccines 100% effective in preventing cervical cancer?
I ve been vaccinated. Must I still go for a Pap smear?
I m pregnant / breastfeeding. Should I be vaccinated?
I have a young daughter. Should she be vaccinated? When should she receive the vaccination?
I was diagnosed with a cervical abnormality that my doctor said may lead to cervical cancer (e.g. 'cervical intraepithelial neoplasia' or CIN). Should I get the HPV vaccination?
About Medisave use for HPV vaccination
Can Medisave be used to pay for the HPV Vaccination?
What happens if one do not have sufficient money in their medisave accounts to pay for the vaccines, is there help available?
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