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Please note, responses through our Ask the Expert may be slightly delayed due to increased demand during Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. If you need a quick response, you can call our Helpline on 0808 802 8000 and find the opening times here.
Do you have a question? Use our Ask the Expert service to get a confidential response from a medical professional.
Ask the Expert is for anyone with questions or concerns about;
Questions submitted through our online form are anonymised (any identifying details will be removed) and sent to an appropriate member of our medical panel. You will receive an initial email confirming receipt of your query (do check your junk mail) and get an email response to your query within seven days (this may take longer during busy periods).
Due to legal reasons this service is only available to UK residents. If you are outside the UK we will not be able to process your query.
It is important to note that we are a cervix based charity and for legal reasons our panel members can only respond to questions that relate to the cervix. If you have a question relating to other areas of the body please see our HPV and other cancers FAQs. If you have questions about the HPV vaccine this is also covered in a section on our website.
We have a detailed information section on the website with lots of FAQs, where you may find your answer. Please take a moment to look at this before submitting an Ask the Expert form.
Our medical panel are all qualified medical professionals including GPs, Nurse Colposcopists, Gynaecologists and Gynaecological Oncologists. All of our experts kindly volunteer their time and expertise.
Sometimes questions will be answered by member of the Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust team, for example if it relates to policy. We will always inform you when this is the case.
Simply fill out the form below. Please be as clear as possible and give as much information as you can to help the panellist provide the best answer for you.
If you are concerned about your own health please do seek appropriate professional medical advice or care. As we do not have access to patient notes or medical examination it is not possible for us to provide advice on your personal circumstance.