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Private HPV
Vaccine Service

Book your private HPV vaccine today to protect yourself against the risk of the Human papillomavirus (HPV) which can lead to cervical cancer or penile cancer as well as genital warts. Our private clinic offers a safe, patient-focused environment with an unparalleled standard of patient care. As a private clinic, we are able to guarantee total flexibility when it comes to booking your appointment. We can also offer same-day or short-term bookings. Secure your health and well-being by booking a private HPV vaccine today with Travel Health.

Private HPV Vaccine Cost

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine

Price Per Dose: £150 – 3 doses required

Vaccines and Injection Services with Travel Health

Here at Travel Health, offer an excellent standard of patient care for every service we offer. In addition to HPV, we also provide a variety of vaccines and other types of injections to support you both in travel and daily life. We want to give you complete peace-of-mind when it comes to your health.

For more information on the services we offer, as well as other injection services, view our private vaccinations page. If you need guidance or wish to enquire, please fill out our contact form below or call our practice. 

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Areas We Serve

We welcome clients from a wide variety of locations. The majority of our clients are located in the areas listed here, however we can and do often accommodate patients from further afield.

  • Ashvale
  • Bagshot
  • Berkshire
  • Blackwater
  • Bracknell
  • Camberley
  • Deepcut
  • Hampshire
  • Farnborough
  • Fleet
  • Frimley
  • Lightwater
  • Minley
  • Sandhurst
  • Surrey
  • Windlesham
  • Woking
  • Yateley

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should receive a HPV vaccine?

Anyone who is at risk of HPV should receive the vaccine. This includes individuals who are currently sexually active, however in some cases, younger individuals may also receive the vaccine. HPV is easy to catch and in some cases, has no symptoms, so it’s better to protect yourself preventatively. The risk of catching HPV increases with total sexual partners.

Are there any side effects of the HPV vaccine?

Any common side effects of the HPV vaccine are mild and can include soreness, redness or itchiness at the injection side, as well as a mild headache, fatigue or nausea. In very rare cases, patients may experience more significant side effects, however this is extremely uncommon.

Is the HPV vaccine safe?

Yes, the HPV vaccine is safe and it is also effective. It has been extensively studied, tested and monitored for adverse side effects and reactions, of which the risk is incredibly low.

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