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Cervical Screening Tests after treatment

Studies show that even after you have been successfully treated for a high risk result, you remain at a slightly higher risk of developing cervical cancer than other women who have never had an abnormality.

Testing frequency after treatment

If you have been successfully treated, it is recommended that you have more frequent tests than every five years. Your healthcare provider will talk to you about what will need to happen.

If all of your tests come back as normal, you will be able to return to your usual five-year Cervical Screening Test. If any tests of these come back as abnormal, your doctor or specialist will reassess your treatment options.

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