HPV Vaccination for Women with One Partner

by Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger


If you have any questions, to schedule a consultation or if you need a second opinion, please contact us or call 646-663-4125.

We offer comprehensive testing, treatment, and prevention of STDs diseases in men including genital warts.  All care provided is consistent with the latest national guidelines published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). We treat everyone with the same respectful and confidential approach. We are sensitive to the various and diverse needs of our patients.


Monogomous Relationships: Do You Need Gardasil-9 HPV Vaccination?

I am in a monogamous relationship with my current partner. Do I need Gardasil-9 HPV vaccine?

You should seriously consider getting the HPV vaccine even if you are in a monogamous relationship.

HPV-related genital warts may not develop for many months to years after a person is infected.  Infection with cancer-causing HPV strains does not cause any visible symptoms.  This means your current sexual partner may be carrying a latent or dormant HPV infection without any signs or symptoms and could still transmit the infection to you even though they do not have visible genital warts. Gardasil-9 offers protection from 9 strains of the virus that cause the majority of genital warts and genital cancers in women.

It is also worth remembering that monogamy on your end is not always reciprocated. Some women find out that their partner has been cheating on them and not practicing safe sex. Vaccination with HPV vaccine protects them in the current monogamous relationship as well as with any new partner in the future.

HPV Vaccination and Divorce from Long-term partners.

Older women may benefit from Gardasil-9 vaccination especially if they find themselves in new situations.

For example, a woman who married her high-school or college boyfriend and has had only 1-3 sex partners in her life may get divorced in her 30s or 40s. Gardasil can be expected to offer her significant protection against HPV in new relationships.

Scheduling Appointments for STI Treatment and STD Testing at New York Urology Specialists


If you have any questions about testing or treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STI), schedule a consultation, contact us or call 1-(646)-663-4125.  We have excellent reviews from patients and their partners. 


 

STDs are Treatable in Nearly Every Man and Woman

Excellence-Urology_Care-banner2At New York Urology Specialists, our urologists are specially trained in the evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI).  We understand the challenges that STDs such as chlamydia, herpes, gonorrhea, and ureaplasma create for our patients, their relationships, and their self-esteem.  We help you find an effective treatment for your symptoms that may be caused by STD, UTI or another cause. 

Urologists are doctors specializing in the treatment of infections in men and women caused by sexually transmitted diseases as well as bladder infections (UTI). By the virtue of our experience and skill, we are able to offer an effective treatment option for nearly every man and women with urinary problems and bladder control problems.   

We treat some of the most complex STD problems including:

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Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger is a fellowship trained board-certified urologist with expertise in evaluation and treatment of urological problems in men and women using modern effective and proven treatment methods.  He is highly recommended by top primary care physicians in the New York area. If you or someone you know has been experiencing urological symptoms, make an appointment to take advantage of Dr. Shteynshlyuger’s expert advice. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

 

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