HPV (Cervical Cancer)



Vaccination mot HPV - Vi finns i Stockholm, Göteborg, Partille, Linköping och Örebro

HPV is an abbreviation for human papillomavirus, and it causes, among other things, cervical cancer. This type of cancer is usually not fatal, and treatment is available. About three-quarters of those who carry cervical cancer can recover.

Boka din tid idag, så hjälper vi dig med din vaccination mot HPV. Vi vaccinerar mot HPV på alla våra mottagningar i Stockholm, Göteborg, Partille, Linköping och Örebro. Vårt mål är att kunna erbjuda marknadens bästa pris på vaccin mot HPV, vi erbjuder därför prisgaranti på alla våra vaccinationer*. 

PRIS: 2095 SEK

Duration: 15 min

When is HPV vaccination needed?

Unfortunately, if the person vaccinated already carries cervical cancer, the vaccine is no use. Therefore, it is advisable to take the vaccine as early as possible. Vaccine against HPV can also benefit sexually active people, as the vaccine can protect against condyloma. Free vaccination against HPV is offered to young girls around Sweden. The vaccine reduces the risk of cervical cancer by about 70 percent.

Does the HPV vaccine have any side effects?

The most common side effects of the vaccine are swelling, redness and irritation around the injection site. More uncommon side effects are nausea, aches and fatigue. It is infrequent that severe reactions occur, but individuals should not take the remaining doses if they appear.

I vilka städer vaccinerar ni mot HPV? 

We offer shingles vaccination at all our clinics in Stockholm (Kista, Hammarby Sjöstad, and Tyresö), Gothenburg, Partille, Linköping, and Örebro.

*How does your price guarantee on vaccination work?

We offer a price guarantee against other private healthcare providers on vaccinations and medical certificates. We are located in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Partille, Örebro and Linköping.

The price guarantee applies to the regular price. The price guarantee does not apply to temporary promotions and other offers.

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Contact us through our webpage or call us att 010-550 26 00 to find out more about vaccination against TBE or other vaccines.