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Your Next Cervical Screening

Women between the ages of 25 to 69 should have a cervical cancer screening (Pap test) every three years. To book a Pap test, contact your health care provider or a medical clinic.

To book a cervical cancer screening (Pap test), call your health care provider to make an appointment.

You should still screen regularly for cervical cancer if:

  • You’ve been through menopause;
  • You’ve had only one sexual partner or have been with the same partner for a while;
  • You’ve had the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine;
  • You’re in a same-sex relationship; or,
  • You’re a transgender individual with a cervix.
Screening can stop at age 69 if your results have always been normal. Ask your doctor or health care provider if you should still be tested. 

SOURCE: Your Next Cervical Screening ( )
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