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Cervical Cancer Vaccinations

Cervical cancer is one of the few cancers that you can potentially protect yourself against. The breakthrough vaccine was first licensed in the UK in 2006 and, while it does not provide complete protection from cervical cancer, it can significantly reduce your chances of getting it.

Cervarix & Gardasil

3 injections (one at first, then two more approx. 1 and 6 months apart)

Doctor Injection - Cervical Cancer Vaccination - Picture

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Key Features
  • Can prevent cervical cancer
  • Get vaccinated at your local LloydsPharmacy 
  • No serious side effects
In some cases, Cervarix can protect against cancer in women who are already sexually active.
Dr Gigi Taguri

3 injections (one at first, then two more approx. 2 and 6 months apart)

Doctor Vaccination - Cervical Cancer Vaccination - Picture

More information on this treatment
Key Features
  • Protects against genital warts and cervical cancer in women
  • Get the vaccinations at your local LloydsPharmacy
  • No serious side effects
Gardasil can be hugely effective in reducing your chances of getting cervical cancer.
Dr Gigi Taguri

How can I get the injections?

1. Complete our online questionnaire. In this short form you will be asked which vaccine you prefer, Cervarix or Gardasil. Click here for information on the difference between these two vaccines.

2. Choose your most convenient LloydsPharmacy store from our list of vaccinating pharmacies. Log in or register to make the payment online.

3. One of our doctors will review your responses to check if you are suitable to receive the vaccine you require.

4. If you are suitable for your chosen vaccination, you can telephone your selected pharmacy to book an appointment. After that, you will need to visit two more times to receive your second and third vaccinations.

About Cervical Cancer Vaccinations

There are two cervical cancer vaccinations that you can choose from - Cervarix and Gardasil - both of which need to be taken in a course of three injections. Both Cervarix and Gardasil provide immunity from certain strains of the human papilloma virus (HPV), which can cause cervical cancer.

Click here for information on the difference between these two vaccines.

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