The Papilloma vaccine is becoming increasingly common and in many centers they begin recommending them especially to men and women between 9 and 26 years old. Three doses are administered separately and no side effects have been reported at this time.
The HPV vaccine is not considered a treatment, that is, if you have already been diagnosed with a strain for Papilloma, the vaccine will not cure you, the only thing that will cause you to be infected with other strains of the virus.
Many women believe that if they have already received the vaccine they can avoid having their annual cytology, and that is a serious mistake. In the control cytology, not only is HPV seen, but it also looks at any morphological or functional change in the cells.