Cervical cancer affects and claims the lives of many women worldwide daily and is one of the most common forms of cancer among women. This form of cancer is highly preventable through early-diagnosis and proactive action carried out by cervical cancer screening.
Screening is performed to detect changes in the cervix's cells that may lead to cancer. Cervical cytology (commonly known as the Pap test or Pap smear), human papillomavirus (HPV) tests or both are used in the screening process.
It is recommended that if you are between 21 to 65 years old, you should PAP testing every three years. However, women aged 30 and above may consider testing every 5 years if the PAP test is combined with HPV testing.
If you have specific risk factors then it is recommended to increase the frequency of screening. Some risk factors may include:
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