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Cervical screening during pregnancy

Cervical screening can be performed at any time, including during pregnancy. Regular cervical screening is the best way to protect yourself against cervical cancer.

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Chorionic villus sampling (CVS)

Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is a test carried out during pregnancy, where a sample of cells is taken from the placenta to detect genetic defecets in an unborn baby.

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Pap smear tests - myDr.com.au

Pap smear tests are currently used in Australia as a screening test for cervical cancer. A Pap smear test can detect changes in the cells of the cervix that may develop into cancer.

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Cervical Screening | Pap Smear | Jean Hailes

All you need to know about cervical screening tests and how they differ from pap smears. Learn why and when you should have one and how they work.

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Understanding your Pap test or cervical screening test results | Cancer Council

The Pap test (sometimes called the Pap smear) has changed to the cervical screening test. Find out about how the changes impact you here

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Health Information Line - Women's Health Queensland Inc

The Health Information Line is a free information and referral service for Queensland women, staffed by nurses, midwives and social workers.1800 017 676

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Pregnancy - Antenatal visits - check-ups during your pregnancy

When you are pregnant, it is important for you to have regular check-ups with a midwife or doctor

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The Pink Elephants Support Network - Female Fertility Issues - Pink Elephants

It is often assumed that when a couple is suffering from infertility, the cause must lie with the female

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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

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Latex allergy - Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA)

Latex allergy

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