What is Human papillomavirus (HPV) 

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a group of common viruses that cause infections in both men and women. It is estimated that eight out of ten individuals will contract HPV at some point in their lives. The majority of HPV infections resolve on their own without causing any complications. However, persistent infection with certain types of HPV can eventually lead to cancer and other diseases.

HPV infection can result in multiple cancers. Virtually all cases of cervical cancer (99%) are linked to HPV infection. In addition to anal cancer, mouth cancer, throat cancer, vaginal cancer, vulvar cancers, and penile cancer, HPV can cause vaginal, vulvar, and vulvar cancers.

HPV infection is neither treatable nor curable. The most effective method of preventing HPV infection is vaccination.

What Do the HPV 9 Vaccine Do?

The HPV 9 vaccines provide protection against human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a widespread virus that almost everyone contracts at some point in their lives. There are more than 100 strains, and 13 of them can cause cervical cancer. As HPV is a common virus, our bodies can naturally eliminate the infection. However, persistent infections caused by high-risk HPV strains such as HPV 16 and 18 can lead to cervical cancer. It is estimated that HPV strains 16 and 18 account for approximately 70% of cervical cancer cases.

On HealthHub and the Singapore Cancer Society’s website, you can find more information regarding the HPV vaccination and how it can protect you.

The Significance of HPV 9 Vaccine


Cervical cancer is the tenth most prevalent cancer among Singaporean women. It is frequently detected late and has the capacity to spread rapidly, so it can be quite aggressive.

Multiple strains of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) are the primary cause of cervical cancer. The primary offenders are strains 16 and 18. They are responsible for up to 70% of all cervical cancers. A hpv 9 vaccine can prevent HPV, which is why it is such an important weapon in the fight against this fatal condition.

Most would suggest that girls between the ages of 9 and 26 receive the vaccine, as it is believed to be most effective before exposure to HPV. Nevertheless, the vaccine can still be administered to women older than 26, as it has been shown to be effective in reducing cervical cancer rates overall.

Three vaccinations are recommended over a six-twelve month period.

Once the course of vaccination has been completed, there is no need for a booster vaccine at this time. However, women should continue to undergo routine Pap smear screenings.

Men can also receive the HPV 9 vaccine, which reduces the incidence of penile cancer and genital warts

Please contact us for information on the vaccine’s pricing and availability. 

How many HPV 9 vaccine required and at what interval? if i received my covid vaccine, when can i take my hPV vaccine?

For females aged 15 or older at the time of the first dose, it is recommended to administer a total of three doses of hpv 9 vaccine . The second dose may be administered two months after the initial dose, and the third dose may be administered six months after the initial dose.

You can still receive the HPV 9 vaccine if you have recently received the COVID-19 vaccine (within the past 14 days). A minimum of 14 days between administrations of the COVID-19 vaccine is recommended, but not required. Please consult your physician for the latest recommendations.

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