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Published on: 15 Jul 2016 by just
Gardasil is one such vaccine that helps in prevention. This is best taken before starting intercourse or getting sexually active, but can be taken anytime after. This offers protection from 4 strains(variations) of the HPV virus. Another variant of the vaccine, is Cervarix, which fights against only 2 strains (16 & 18) of the virus, but is sufficient to protect against the most common cancer-causing viral strains. Both are equally effective in preventing cancer if taken in proper doses and timings.
While it is true that a diagnosis of cancer can tear you apart, but it also means you should look for prevention rather than cure.
The CDC recommends this vaccine to all teenagers starting 12 years of age because sexually active can be oral intercourse or exposure to otherwise non-reproductive areas with fluid exchange.
So ladies, if you haven't taken the dose, it is never too late. If you have taken the vaccine, get yourself checked every 5 years to monitor for any development of suspicious changes.Consult with a Gynaecologist and get yourself checked for eligibility to avail the vaccine.