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Vaccination advice & vaccinations


In our practice we can carry out all necessary vaccinations if desired. An update of the vaccination status is always recommended, especially before pregnancy.


HPV vaccinations

The Standing Vaccination Commission ( STIKO ) of the Robert Koch Institute recommends vaccinations against human papillomavirus (HPV) for girls between the ages of 12 and 17. According to the RKI, the vaccination should be carried out before the first sexual intercourse, if possible, in order to prevent primary infection with the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) , which is one of the causes of cervical cancer. HPV vaccination is also recommended for older and already sexually active women. We would be happy to provide you with detailed information and advice on an individual basis.

Influenza vaccinations

According to the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), risk groups in particular should be vaccinated against the flu every year. Pregnant women are considered a risk group as well as all persons over 60 years of age.  Regardless of age, all people with chronic respiratory diseases, cardiovascular diseases, liver diseases, kidney diseases, diabetes mellitus, immune deficiencies, chronic neurological diseases and HIV infection should be vaccinated regularly. Likewise people who are in daily contact with many people due to their work.


The statutory health insurances have been obliged since 2007 to bear the costs of recommended vaccinations. Hence everyone will  Vaccinations recommended by the vaccination commission are covered by the statutory health insurance companies.

Further information is also available on the website

Vaccination advice

We advise women, expectant mothers and also parents on what is required  Vaccinating their children. And if you wish, we can of course do this directly in our practice.


If you have any questions about specific vaccinations, we will be happy to provide you with detailed information on site and provide you with support until you have made a decision for or against a special vaccination  Information material.

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