HPV Vaccination & Screening

HPV Vaccination. Safe and Essential.

What is HPV 

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a diverse group of viruses, encompassing over 100 different strains. Notably, high-risk strains like HPV type 16 and 18 are associated with an elevated risk of cervical cancer in women, making HPV vaccination a crucial preventive measure.

Additionally, HPV infections can manifest as genital warts and contribute to abnormal cervical, vulvar, and vaginal cancers in women, underlining the importance of HPV awareness and vaccination.

HPV is primarily transmitted through oral, vaginal, and anal sexual intercourse with an individual who carries the virus, emphasizing the need for informed and safe sexual practices among both men and women.

In Singapore, cervical cancer ranks as the 10th most common cancer among women. This statistic underscores the urgency of proactive measures, such as HPV vaccination and regular HPV screening, to combat the risks posed by the virus. HPV vaccination offers a vital defense against the diverse spectrum of HPV strains, protecting women from the threat of cervical cancer and related health complications. Take a step towards safeguarding your health by considering HPV vaccination today.

HPV Screening

HPV screening plays a pivotal role in women's healthcare. This screening method is specifically designed to identify the presence of Human Papillomavirus (HPV), a dangerous virus responsible for cervical cancer. It is essential to note that a positive HPV screening result should not be cause for immediate alarm, as it does not inherently signify the presence of cervical cancer.

HPV Screening is only available for women and it is usually done concurrently with a PAP smear test.

Who are recommended to get HPV Screening

  • Women above the age of 30 who are sexually active.
  • Women with abnormal pap smear test results

HPV Vaccination 

HPV vaccination offers a vital defense against the diverse spectrum of HPV strains, protecting women from the threat of cervical cancer and related health complications. The HPV vaccines are recommended by MOH for all women in Singapore. Take a step towards safeguarding your health by considering HPV vaccination today.

For the gentlemen, even though there are not HPV tests available for men, they can still be vaccinated for HPV. In particular, MSMs (Men who have sex with Men) are recommended for HPV vaccination.

Regis Medical Clinic offers Gardasil as our HPV Vaccine.

Gardasil 9 (9-Valent)
Protection against HPV subtype 6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, 58

Prevention of up to 90% of cancer in the cervix
For both male and female aged 9 - 26
3 Doses, at 0 month, 1 month, and 6 month.

2 doses for girls between 9 to 14 years old, at 0 month and 6 month.

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*If you are above the age of 26 but still wish to have the HPV vaccine, please consult our Doctors.

*HPV Vaccines are not suitable for pregnant women or those who are allergic to HPV vaccine components. Although HPV vaccines can help prevent up to 90% of cervical cancer, regular HPV screening is still recommended.

HPV Vaccination Packages

Complete course of vaccination + HPV Screening - $1200

Prices are estimates and subject to change, please consult our clinic for latest rates

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What is Regis Medical GP clinic’s locations and opening hours?

Regis Medical GP Holland Village is located at 255 Holland Avenue Singapore, 278983

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Can I just walk in for a HPV vaccination?  
Yes, you can. However, to avoid long waiting time, we strongly advise you to book your appointments in advance. You can book an appointment here.
How do I book an appointment?   
You can book an appointment via our online booking portal here. You may also call our hotline @ +65 8118 5298 to book an appointment.
What are Regis Medical’s cancellation and refund policy?  

You can only cancel or change your appointments up to 24 hours before your appointment. You will receive your refund within 3 working days. No refund will be issued for no shows and cancellations within 24 hours before your appointment. However, if you are feeling unwell on the day of the appointment, we allow patients who have their acute illness seen at Regis Medical to reschedule their appointment without extra cost.

This policy is subject to change.

Can I reschedule my appointment?  

Yes. You can reschedule your appointments. However, you need to reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours before your actual appointment time. If you are unwell on the day of the appointment, we will reschedule your appointment at no extra cost if you seek medical attention at our clinic (for non-emergencies only).

You can reschedule your appointment via our booking portal. For urgent cases, please Whatsapp us @ +65 8118 5298.

Can I request to see a female Doctor only?  
If you prefer a female Doctor to see you, please contact us at least 1 week beforehand to fix an appointment with our female Doctors. Otherwise, we may not be able to guarantee a female Doctor available during your visit.
Can I go for HPV screening if I am on my menses?  
You should avoid HPV screening during your menstrual period. To be precise, you should only have HPV screening 2 weeks after the start of your menstrual cycle and 1 week before your next menstrual period begins.


What are the modes of payment accepted at Regis Medical?    
We accept Visa/Mastercard/Amex, PayNow, JCB, UnionPay and ApplePay.

General Enquiry

How is a HPV screening conducted?  
A HPV screening is often done together with the pap smear test. Cell samples will be collected from your cervix to detect for abnormal cells.
Are HPV vaccines necessary?  

HPV vaccine helps to reduce the chances of getting cervical cancer, which is the 10th most common cancer amongst women in Singapore.

Ladies are recommended to complete their HPV vaccines before the age of 26.

Even when you are above the age of 26, you can still get them before the age of 45.

Can men get HPV vaccines?
Yes. Men can get HPV vaccines.
Do I really need HPV screening?
HPV screening screens for HPV infection, 9 in 10 cervical cancer cases are caused by HPV infections. You are recommended to get HPV screening every 5 years from the age of 25 to 65.
What happens if I test positive for HPV?

Your HPV screening is considered positive if the test detected one or more high risk strains of virus in your cervix. This virus can cause cervical cancer, as well as vagina, vulva, anus, head and neck cancers.

There is currently no cure for HPV virus. Patients who test positive for HPV should be referred to a specialist for further management and tests such as colposcopy.

If you are already experiencing health issues as a result of HPV virus (i.e genital warts). You will be referred to a specialist for further treatments.

Will HPV virus go away on its own?
There is evidence that the HPV virus can be cleared in immunocompetent individuals in a few years.