SU2C And Rally Health Get Screened For Cervical Cancer
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Waking up is so hard.
Protecting yourself from cervical cancer can be easier than…
Nailing Your Yoga Pose
Getting a pap test from a licensed physician can be easy compared to this. Sure, it might be a little uncomfortable, but worth it to prevent cervical cancer.
And increased use of the pap test helped decrease cervical cancer death rates by 50%.Now, maybe my increased yoga skills will help me with this whole yoga thing. Here we go. Oh, my body doesn’t do that!
Getting A Teenager’s Attention
Was this your card? Was this one your card? This one? Any of –
It’s hard getting my stepbrother’s attention, but it’s easy to get your doctor’s attention to ask about the HPV vaccine. Hello?!
The HPV vaccine helps prevent cervical
Getting one could help stop it from spreading and prevent cervical and other HPV-related cancers.
Boys and girls should start getting the HPV vaccine at ages 11 or 12. I promise it’s easier to talk to a doctor, but – But really, was this your card?
Doing All Of Your Dishes
Ah! Why do I even use plates anymore? Washing my dishes every night is the best way to stop this from happening. And regular screenings and the HPV vaccine are both highly effective ways to keep yourself protected from cervical cancer.
From age 21-65, you should get a pap test every 3 years. Or from age 30-65, you could get a pap + HPV test every 5 years. Could you imagine if I only had to do my dishes every 3-5 years?
Always seek the advice of your healthcare provider about any questions you have regarding a medical condition or screening.
And, things like using condoms during sex and not smoking are also great ways to help prevent cervical cancer.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I think I dropped my watch into the sudsy abyss.
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