Cervical Screening Australian Practitioner Directory
If you're looking to book in for a cervical screening soon, we understand the first time booking can be confronting and finding a doctor you know and trust is paramount. We've reached out to our community to find out who they have tried and tested and had a positive experience with during their cervical screening. If you have a doctor you'd like to add to our practitioner directory, slide into our DM's on instagram @GetPapped or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Australian Medical Board recommends that anyone with a cervix should have a cervical screening at 25 years old unless they experience abnormal symptoms.
Symptoms to look out for are:
vaginal bleeding between periods
menstrual bleeding that is longer or heavier than usual
bleeding after intercourse
pain during intercourse
unusual vaginal discharge
vaginal bleeding after menopause.
Source: Cancer Council.