This is offered to all women aged between 25 and 65. Routinely this is every 3 years until age 50 and then every 5 years between 50 – 65. Some results may mean that you will be asked to attend more frequently. There is a national recall system to remind you when your test is due.
Please book an appointment with one of the Practice Nurses for your smear; it is best to be mid-cycle, which is 7 – 10 days after the first day of your last period.
Results will come directly to you from Primary Care Support England.
If you have any queries regarding cervical screening then please contact one of our Practice Nurses or see the cervical cancer screening website
- Chlamydia is an asymptomatic sexually transmitted disease effecting both men and women.
- It can lead to infertility, inflammation and pain.
- Self-testing kits are now available at the surgery for 17 to 24 year olds.
- Please ask your GP, the Practice Nurse or at reception for a kit if you would like to test yourself for this.