Pap Tests

by Cathy Parkes February 10, 2022

A pap test to screen for cervical cancer should be performed every three years starting three years after a patient's first instance of sexual intercourse, or by age 21.
A pap test to screen for cervical cancer should be performed every three years starting three years after a patient's first instance of sexual intercourse, or by age 21. Pap tests may be done more frequently if the patient has increased risk factors or previous abnormal paps.


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