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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. Almost everyone who's sexually active will get HPV if they don't get vaccinated. There are many different types of HPV, and some can cause health problems and cancers.
The HPV vaccine is safe and effective. It can protect against the diseases (and cancers) caused by HPV when given to the recommended age groups.
All preteens, including both boys and girls, should receive the HPV vaccine at age 11 or 12, though the vaccine may be given as early as age 9. Individuals up to the age of 26 who have not been vaccinated should also receive the HPV vaccine.
Adults between 27 and 45 years old, who have not been previously vaccinated, may choose to receive the HPV vaccine after speaking with their healthcare provider about their risk of new HPV infections and the potential benefits of vaccination.
Services and availability vary by location. Pharmacy, Clinic, and Telenutrition services are available in select areas. Access our pharmacy locator to find a pharmacy near you. The Little Clinic practices in the following states only: AZ, KY, OH, TN, CO, IN, GA, KS, VA. Access our clinic locator to find a clinic near you. Telenutrition services where medical nutrition therapy is provided are not available in AK, MT, NJ, NY, SC, WY, or where otherwise prohibited by applicable law.