Everybody with a cervix is at risk of cervical cancer.
Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers, yet studies show that LGBTIQ+ people are less likely than the general population to attend cervical screening. Having regular Cervical Screening Tests is the best way people in our communities can protect themselves against cervical cancer.
What are the changes
New evidence and better technology has lead to the introduction of a new Cervical Screening Test. Replacing the Pap test/smear is a more accurate HPV (human papillomavirus) test known as the Cervical Screening Test. Find out how these changes affect you.
Sex, HPV and cervical cancer
Want a refresher on cervical cancer? Learn all about cervical cancer, how HPV can be transmitted and how you can prevent it.
Your guide to cervical screening
Get up to speed with what happens during a cervical screening. Here you can learn what happens during a normal procedure, strategies you can use to ensure a more comfortable experience with your medical professional and what to expect with follow up and results.
Check OUT is a free and confidential sexual health and cervical screening clinic for LGBTIQ+ people, run by and for community.