HPV Vaccine Available at Clinic One 2024

Posted on : December 13, 2023 by Clinic One on Vaccination

In a world where intimate relationships are highly prioritized; the risks of unseen dangers are often neglected. One of these dangers is Human Papillomavirus (HPV). However, against all odds, the HPV vaccine stands as a beacon of defense, guarding against all the hidden dangers that can lead to genital warts and even cervical cancer. More than just a medical breakthrough, it represents a promise of a healthier future.

Cervical cancer ranks as the fourth most prevalent cancer among women worldwide, with approximately 604,000 new cases and 342,000 deaths reported in 2020. (Source: WHO)

In this article, you will learn about the significance of the Human Papillomavirus vaccine, what Clinic One has to offer, and the pricing details that make it accessible to all.


What is HPV?

Human Papillomavirus is a diverse group of viruses primarily transmitted through sexual contact. With more than 200 identified types, some strains lead to the formation of warts on different body parts, while others are classified as high-risk due to their association with various cancers, notably cervical cancer in women.

While many HPV infections are naturally clear, persistent infections can elevate the risk of cancer and other health issues.


What is the HPV Vaccine?

This vaccine is a series of shots designed to protect against the human papillomavirus, a sexually transmitted infection. Hence, it helps prevent HPV-related cancers, including cervical cancer, and is a vital tool in promoting public health.


Why should you get a Vaccine at Clinic One?

  • Complete Vaccination Center (For children, students, adults, and travelers)
  • Experienced Health Professional
  • Internationally Verified Immunization Card
  • Internationally/Nationally Trusted Vaccination Center
  • Complete Digitalized Record System
  • Proper Cold Chain Maintenance
  • Home Vaccine Service Available


How to Get HPV Vaccine at Clinic One in Nepal?

Walk-In Service

Clinic One is pleased to offer a convenient walk-in service for your HPV Vaccine. No appointments are necessary; simply visit our nearest Clinic One center at the time that suits you best. (Opening Hours: Sunday – Friday: 7 AM to 7 PM | Saturday: 7 AM to 1 PM)

Note: It is always better to contact the Clinic One team before visiting the clinic for the vaccine.

If you need more information regarding the vaccine, then we have a dedicated helpline number: 9861966614


HPV Vaccine Pricing Information

At Clinic One, we’re pleased to provide the HPV vaccine for only Rs. 6,500 per dose, making sure it’s affordable and offers the best value in Nepal.

Your health and well-being deserve nothing less than the best, and Clinic One delivers on that promise.

The price of the HPV vaccine at Clinic One in Nepal is Rs 6,500/- per dose (Six thousand five hundred only per dose).



Request an appointment for the HPV Vaccine at Clinic One >>>



When should you get this Vaccine?

CDC recommends 11–12 years as an ideal time to get vaccinated. However, it can be started at 9 years of age. Anyone over 45 years old is not recommended to get this vaccine.


Who should get this Vaccine?

  • Children above 9 years of age.
  • Adults below 26 years of age.
  • Adults aged 27–45 who have not been vaccinated before can discuss this with their doctor before getting the HPV vaccine.


How many doses of the HPV Vaccine should one get?

  • 2 doses of HPV vaccine before the age of 15 years. (6 to 12 months apart).
  • 3 doses of the HPV vaccine after the age of 15 years. (0, 1, 6 months apart).
  • 3 doses of the HPV vaccine for children aged 9–14 years who have received two doses of HPV vaccine less than 5 months apart.
  • 3 doses of HPV vaccine are recommended for people aged 9–26 years, in cases of weakened immune system.
  • 3 doses of HPV vaccine for people aged 27–45 who have not been vaccinated after doctor consultation.


Who shouldn’t get this Vaccine?

  1. Pregnant woman.
  2. Anyone having an allergic reaction to components of the HPV vaccine or the first dose of the HPV vaccine.
  3. Anyone having an allergy to yeast.
  4. Anyone who has a moderate-to-severe illness at the time of vaccination.

Reference: 

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/hpv/public/index.html

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2 thoughts on "HPV Vaccine: Empowering Nepal’s Fight Against Cervical Cancer "

  1. S. Sunam says:

    Ma 27ko vaye malai yo vaccine launu cha so Kun thau ma hola I don’t have any idea

    1. Clinic One says:

      We are located at Jawalakhel and Suryabinayak.
      Please call us at any branch that is convenient for you.

      Vaccine Helpline Number: 9861966614
      Jawalakhel Branch: 01-5400400, 9863393960
      Suryabinayak Branch: 01-6617401, 9851310113

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