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HPV or Human Papillomavirus is usually a harmless virus that can go away by itself within two years.

However, some forms of the HPV virus last longer and can lead to serious HPV infections. The HPV virus is a broad group of more than 150 similar viruses, out of which 40 varieties are transmitted through the sexual contact. While some varieties of the HPV virus can cause genital warts, cervical cancer and other forms of cancer.

No assured treatment is offered for HPV, however, the HPV vaccine in South East London, is highly advised in preventing the spread of HPV infection and related common warts.

HPV Symptoms

HPV symptoms are not common. Some individuals do not have any symptoms, yet can affect others through sexual contact. There are no HPV symptoms other than the appearance of warts mainly in the genital area and some types of cancer.

HPV Vaccination

HPV vaccine in Sydenham protects against certain harmful strains of HPV.There are three major types of HPV vaccines; they are Gardasil, Gardasil 9 and Cervarix. All these types are available and offer protection against two, four or nine strains of HPV.

The HPV vaccines are around 70% effective in preventing cervical cancer and nearly 80% of cases for anal cancer. The Gardasil and Gardasil 9 are highly effective HPV vaccines for men as they also help in countering genital warts.

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