The information below relates to information about cervical health. To contact ACCF directly for other matters, please contact us.
ACCF is pleased to announce the launch of the Cervical Health Information Line, in partnership with Women’s Health Queensland Wide. This is the first initiative of ACCF’s CerviCAN Support Program, created to assist and support Queensland women and their families with advice and information about cervical cancer and cervical screening. This service is available to women between the ages of 18 to 69 living in Queensland.
The line operates from 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday.
The cervical health information line is a confidential service staffed by registered nurses and midwives that can answer any questions about cervical screening, including:
– What happens during cervical screening (the Pap test)?
– What types of Pap tests are there?
– Cervical screening results and what they mean
– Information about procedures such as LLETZ and Cone Biopsy
– Cervical cancer treatments and side effects
– Referrals to medical practitioners/specialists and psychologists
– Is cervical screening required after a hysterectomy?
– First cervical screen – how to prepare and what to expect
– Is routine cervical screening safe during pregnancy?
– Do I need to have a Pap test if I’ve been immunised against HPV?
– Cervical screening after menopause
– Discussing the proposed changes to cervical screening
If you have any questions about cervical screening or cervical cancer and would like to speak with a registered nurse please contact the cervical health information line TODAY! Or, if you would prefer to be contacted via email, you can fill out this form instead.