As a parent, you don't take chances with your child's health.
As a parent,
you don't take chances with your child's health.

Talk to your child's doctor.

As a mom or dad, nothing is more important than protecting your child from illness or injury. And knowing as much as you can about the potential risks of HPV exposure is the first step toward helping to protect him or her. Your child's doctor or health care professional can be one of your most important resources for information and guidance. He or she can help to clarify things for you.

Create Your List of Questions

To make the most of your visit, it's a great idea to make a list of questions ahead of time. To offer some help, we've compiled some suggestions to get you started. Create your own list of HPV questions by picking and choosing just the ones that pertain to your child. And then press the preview button below to print the list and bring it with you to your child's next appointment. It can be a great way to get the conversation started.

Check the questions that are of interest below to add them to your list.

Questions to ask my child's doctor or health care professional.

  • Are HPV-related diseases something to be concerned about?
  • How can getting an HPV-related disease affect my son or daughter?
  • How can I help protect my son or daughter against certain HPV-related diseases?
  • When should my daughter start having regular Pap tests?

Additional questions you can add yourself:
Type any additional HPV questions below and they'll be added to your list. When your list is complete, print and bring it with you to your child's next visit. These additional questions are for your own personal use and will not be saved in any way.

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HPV = human papillomavirus.