cervical cancer

There are many misconceptions around what you can and can’t do in pregnancy. We sort out the facts from the myths.


Two-yearly Pap smears have been replaced with a five- yearly Cervical Screening Test. We answer women’s important questions on the changes.


Preconception and Pregnancy Health 

Pregnancy places many demands on a woman’s body. Ensuring you are as healthy as possible in the preconception period can help with conception, reduce the risk of issues arising during your pregnancy and assist your recovery from birth.



Women’s Health Queensland Inc and the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF), have partnered to provide all Queensland women with a free Cervical Health Information Line.

Q: I have heard that the Pap smear test has changed so women only need to be tested every five years. Is that safe?


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