In honor of January being Cervical Cancer Screening Month, I thought I’d gather the most frequent questions I get asked about this topic along with the popular ones the The American College Of Obstetrics and Gynecology gets and answer them here for you today. By the time you get done listening you should be knowledgeable about cervical cancer screening aka the “pap smear”. In this episode I discuss: * What is cervical cancer screening? * How does cervical cancer occur? * What causes cervical cancer? * Why is cervical cancer screening important? * How is cervical cancer screening done? * How often should I have cervical cancer screening and which tests should I have? * When should I stop having cervical cancer screenings? * If I had a hysterectomy, do I still need cervical cancer screening? * Are there any women who should not follow routine cervical cancer screening guidelines? * What does it mean if I have an abnormal cervical cancer screening test result? * How accurate are cervical cancer screening test results?
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