Lots of people will get human papillomavirus (HPV) in their lives – it’s a very common infection. Most cases of HPV clear up on their own, however, sometimes it can develop into cancer.
Early detection of HPV could save your life. Cervical screening involves a simple procedure to check for HPV and detect any abnormalities before cancer has a chance to develop.
Even if you've had the HPV vaccination, you still need to do your Cervical Screening if you're 25-74, have a cervix and have ever been sexually active (with anyone, regardless of gender).
Contact your GP to check if you're due or overdue for a Cervical Screening Test. We have 4 female doctors available too!
Book online via: www.mainstreetmed.com.au