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We have recently updated some information! Please visit the links below and familiarise yourself with the information. If you have any questions or would like more information please email [email protected]
We have put together an information about coronavirus (COVID-19) for people who have or have had cervical cancer. There is also additional support and signposting information for you as helpliners. We will update these pages as we get more queries and if the official advice changes.
From Monday 16 March, cervical cytology will be replaced by HPV primary testing in the Scottish Cervical Screening Programme. The last day of cervical cytology was on Friday 13 March and those who have been screened this way will be on 3 year recall. For those being screened through HPV primary, they will be on 5 year recall.
Please do not worry about these changes. We will share any further updates with you, in the meantime please keep up to date with the information on HPV primary screening webpage.
We have updated our cervical screnning pages on our website including HPV primary screening, screening aged 65, 24 and under.
Our web pages about HPV has been revised. Visit the landing page and read through the different pages from there, including what HPV is, how it is passed on, the link between HPV and cervical cancer, FAQs as well as our latest addition on HPV primary screening.
Our web section on the HPV vaccine has been revised. Visit the landing page and read through the different pages from there, including what the HPV vaccine is, who can have it, side effects and FAQs. Important things to note:
We have updated the information on our website on cell changes (abnormalities). These pages will tell you about what cell changes are and how they are monitored or treated. Please familiarise yourself with the the information so you able to support any callers to the helpline.View the updated pages here:
We have updated our colposcopy information which will help you understand what happens at colposcopy and the different results you can get. Please familiarise yourself with the the information so you able to support any callers to the helpline.View the updated pages here:
We have updated our information about the menopause – specifically menopause that has been triggered by cervical cancer treatment. It sits in our ‘Living with cervical cancer’ web section and has 3 pages. We now do a lot more signposting to other reputable sources of information, if you are dealing directly with people affected by cervical cancer, these might be helpful for future conversations. Also note the information about risk on the HRT page. There have been a lot of news stories recently that sensationalised the level of risk, which may lead to people choosing not to have treatment that could greatly improve their quality of life. View the updated pages here:
Please note that this content may be distressing to read. Practice self-care and know it is okay to not read this content, or not read it all in one go.
We have created new online information about cervical screening after sexual violence in partnership with Rape Crisis England and Wales:
We also wanted to share the following powerful and insightful article with you: Nothing can prepare you for the first smear test after you’ve been sexually assaulted
The cervical ectropion webpage is mostly a refresh of our existing content. Important things to note:
Our HPV mini factsheet has been revised. It explains what HPV is, the link between high-risk HPV and cervical cancer, how HPV is passed on, and how to reduce your risk of a persistent high-risk HPV infection. Important things to note: