Cervical Cancer Risk

Are You At Risk?

Should You Be Tested For Cervical Cancer?

Wondering if you should see your doctor about Cervical Cancer testing? Are you putting yourself at risk for contracting Cervical Cancer? Do you even know what the risk factors are? Well, our Cervical Cancer Risk Quiz will help determine whether Cervical Cancer risk factors are applicable to you and recommendations to consider.

People who are engaged in certain high-risk behavior are at increased risk of acquiring Cervical Cancer. (In fact, they are at high risk for getting any sexually transmitted disease.)

Take the following Cervical Cancer Risk Quiz to help determine whether you are at risk for contracting the disease. Please note that this quiz should be used only as a guideline for Cervical Cancer testing and is based on information published by the Center for Disease Control.

Take the following Cervical Cancer Risk Quiz:

 

Please select a "Yes" or "No" response to the following questions. Your results will appear at the end of the quiz.

Question 1 of 10: 
Do you experience bleeding after sex?
  Yes   No

Question 2 of 10: 
Have you ever tested positive for HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)?
  Yes   No

Question 3 of 10: 
Has it been LONGER than a year since your last pap smear? 
  Yes   No

Question 4 of 10: 
Do you have an unexplained vaginal odor?
  Yes   No

Question 5 of 10: 
Do you smoke?
  Yes   No

Question 6 of 10: 
Do you currently have more than one sexual partner?
  Yes   No

Question 7 of 10: 
Have you ever had an abnormal pap smear in the past? 
  Yes   No

Question 8 of 10: 
Do you have any medical problems that cause a decreased immune system? 
  Yes   No

Question 9 of 10: 
Have you initiated sexual intercourse at an age earlier than 15 years? 
  Yes   No

Question 10 of 10: 
Have you refused the HPV vaccine? 
  Yes   No

If you have answered 'Yes' to one or more of the questions, you may be at high risk for contracting Cervical Cancer. You should strongly consider being tested. Learn more about the disease and testing for it in this website.