Cervical screening is an important part of your gynaecological care. Screening can detect abnormalities that could develop into cervical cancer. Although most women will have a normal result, about 1 in 20 will have abnormal smears. If you need to arrange a smear test or you’ve had an abnormal result, you can make an appointment with an experienced gynaecologist at the Venus Women's Clinic London
All women between the ages of 25 and 65 should have regular cervical screening. The smear test can detect any abnormal cells that are at risk of developing into cervical cancer. If the abnormalities are detected early, it is possible to remove the cells before they cause any problems. Screening can therefore help to prevent cervical cancer.
The sample taken from your cervix will be tested in the lab to look for any abnormal cells. The results
All women between the ages of 25 and 65 should undergo regular smear tests to screen for cervical cancer. You can easily make an appointment at the Venus Women's Clinic London by phone or using the online form. Miss Arafa is a leading gynaecologist who can also provide the care and advice you need if you have had an abnormal smear result. Simply arrange a consultation to get any additional tests and treatment that you need.