There’s a new way to screen for cervical cancer that can be done wherever you feel safe and comfortable, such as in your home or at a health care provider’s office. Cervix self-screening is an alternative to the Pap for routine cervical cancer screening.
Watch this video to learn more about cervix self-screening:
Hear about why it's important to participate in cervix screening:
If you don’t want to do cervix self-screening, you can still choose to have a Pap test. Talk to a health care provider to discuss cervix screening options and when to screen.
Cervix screening is recommended for anyone with a cervix, including women and TTGD (Two-Spirit, transgender and gender diverse) people, between the ages of 25 and 69.