The HPV Vaccine is available for both Men and Women between the ages of 16-45, and provides protection against some cancers and genital warts.

Our private vaccine service provides peace of mind at a cost of £153.00 for a single dose of vaccine. In most cases you will require a course of three vaccines following the schedule below:

First dose at day 0
Second dose at 1 month after first dose
Third dose at 4-6 months after first dose
The total cost for the course of vaccines would be £459.00
(3 payments of £153.00)

About HPV

HPV is the name given to a very common group of viruses.

There are many types of HPV, some of which are called ‘high risk’ because they are linked to the development of cancers, such as cervical cancer, anal cancer, genital cancers, and cancers of the head and neck.

Other types can cause conditions like warts or verucas.

High risk types of HPV can be found in more than 99% of cervical cancers.

There is also a significant association between HPV and some of the anal and genital cancers, and cancers of the head and neck.

HPV infections do not usually cause any symptoms, and more people will not know they are infected.

Who can have the HPV vaccine through the NHS Vaccination Programme?

The 1st dose of the HPV vaccine is routinely offered to girls and boys aged 12 and 13 in school Year 8. The 2nd dose is offered 6 to 24 months after the 1st dose.

If you miss either of your HPV vaccine doses, speak to your school immunisation team or GP surgery and make an appointment to have the missed dose as soon as possible.

It is important to have both doses of the vaccine to be fully protected.

If you’re eligible and miss the HPV vaccine offered in Year 8 at School, it’s available for free on the NHS up until your 25th birthday for:

– Girls born after 1st September 1991
– Boys born after 1st September 2006

People who have the 1st dose of the HPV vaccine at 15 years of age or above will need to have 3 doses of the vaccine. This is because they do not respond as well to 2 doses as younger people do.

Information from the NHS website as at 12/04/2022.
Information from the NHS website is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0

Service provided by:

For any further information, please contact us via the form below