Smear Test, also known as Cervical Cytology, is a test to detect abnormal cells on your cervix.
If you do your cervical cytology when you are invited to, you are preventing yourself from cervical cancer.

Around 3,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer every year in the UK. Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women aged 35 and under.*
Many women say they feel embarrassed to attend a smear test, which can prevent 75% of cervical cancers.

Our cervical screening programme invites women aged between 25 and 64 for cervical screening. The screening test can pick up abnormal cells that could develop into cervical cancer if left untreated. This service is available at our clinics during whole year, you can visit us at any time during working hour to be seen.

The facts*
• Every day in the UK 9 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer
• Around 2 women lose their lives from the disease every day
• Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35
• 75% of cervical cancers can be prevented by cervical screening (smear tests)
• However 1 in 4 women do not attend this potentially life-saving test

Smear test (Pap)£80
Just to clarify:

Aged 25 to 49

To do the cervical cytology every three years.

Aged 50 to 64

Every five years.

Over 65

Only women who haven’t been screened since age 50 or those who have recently had abnormal tests done.

*Source: Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust