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Reduce Your Chances 
Of Getting Cervical Cancer

Because the HPV vaccine is now available to both men and women up to the age of 45, it will help reduce risks of cervical cancer exposure by working against nine different types of Human papillomavirus (HPV). Please read more.

Things you need to do:

  • Practice safe sex.
  • Get regular doc-checs.
  • Use condoms: Although you’re not completely “covered” against HPV, when used correctly condoms can lower your HPV infection rate by about 70%, as well as protect against HIV and some other STDs.
  • Don’t smoke. Smoking tobacco and exposure to secondhand smoke increase the risk of cervical cancer

HPV infection is extremely common, but only a very small number of women infected with HPV will develop cervical cancer. In most women, the body clears the virus on its own. Getting tested is the only way to know for sure.


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Resources: NHS.UK

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