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Many people are nervous about going for cervical screening (a smear test), but we are here to help if you feel this way. Read our information using the links below and remember you can call our Helpline on 0808 802 8000 if you have any questions.
Learn what cervical screening is and who can have it.
We walk you through what happens before and during your cervical screening appointment, including helpful tips to make the test better for you.
Find out what happens to the sample of cells taken during cervical screening.
Find out what your cervical screening results mean.
Learn why cervical screening starts at age 25, and what to do if you are under 25 and have symptoms.
Learn why cervical screening stops at age 65, and what to do if you are over 65 and have symptoms.
An EasyRead page about smear tests for people with a learning disability, their carers, guardians, and learning disability nurses.
If you have experienced sexual violence or are supporting someone who has, this bespoke information talks about adjustments that may help before, during and after cervical screening.
We answer your common questions about cervical screening.
Call our free helpline now on 0808 802 8000.
Have a chat with our trained helpliners to get your questions answered. Get information on HPV, smear tests, the HPV vaccine, cervical abnormalities or cervical cancer. No question is too big or too small.