If you have a cervix and you’re between the ages of 25 and 64, you should be offered a regular cervical screening test.
You’ll receive an invitation letter through the post asking you to make an appointment.
Life can be hectic and it’s easy to let your cervical screening appointment fall to the bottom of your ‘to do’ list.
Cervical screening can help stop cancer before it starts and only lasts a few minutes.
So, don’t ignore your invite letter. And, if you missed your last cervical screening, book an appointment with your GP practice now.