Avoid getting an inflammation of the cervix with these tips from Good Housekeeping's Dr. Lolit. By Maria Larenda Suplido-Westergaard, MD
Have you had your Pap smear done? If you are or have been sexually active, make sure that you get one every year. It reveals the condition of the cervix, which can help detect the early onset of cervical cancer. Results can also show the signs of an infection, such as cervicitis, a common gynecological problem that studies say up to half of all women experience once in their lifetime.
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