If you have never been screened before, you will be due for your first Cervical Screening Test after you turn 25.

If you have had a Pap test before the age of 23 you will be due for your next Cervical Screening Test once you turn 25.

Women who had a normal and routine Pap test after their 23rd birthday should have the Cervical Screening Test two years after their last Pap test.

Cancer Council recommends that women of any age who have symptoms (including pain or abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge) should see their doctor immediately.