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8 Million Women Not Doing Pap Smear

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
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many misperceptions that cause women to feel afraid or indifferent health check her vagina. - Before the news about cervical cancer disease sticking to the public, many women ignore the condition of the sex organs are actually at risk for mental health is. Not surprisingly, the method pap smear or Pap test, which checks by taking a sample of cervical cells for early detection of cervical cancer, women are just beginning to be lived in recent years.

As released by the CDC (Center for Disease and Prevention), as many as 10 percent of American women aged 21 to 65 years, or 8 million women, yet perform Pap smears throughout the past five years. This figure is quite surprising considering that many American women are diagnosed with cervical cancer every year. This number continues to grow every month.

If the process is painful, exhausting, or at risk of becoming the biggest reason you, you really do not need to worry. Because the rules relating to the new updated Pap smear.

The US Preventive Services Task Force and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recently recommended the rule that women aged 21-29 years should menjalanipap smear every three years on a regular basis.

Meanwhile, women aged 30-65 years should intimate organ health check every five years, which combined with the vaccine HPV (Human Papilloma Virus, a group of viruses that cause changes in cells and lead to cervical cancer).

In addition, Vanessa Cullins, MD, Vice President for Parenthood Federation of America, also explained that there are many misperceptions that cause women to feel afraid or do not need to check the health of the vagina, such as colposcopies procedures and cryotherapy.

This data was compiled by the CDC in 2012, prompting the inspection rule changes in 2012. These changes affect the level of awareness of female patients during the past five years. The other main reason is because the biggest cost is quite expensive.

"Access to health care as the cause. People who have insurance or does not consider that health is not the main thing, that consciousness is reduced and a new move if it is to feel pain or symptoms, "Cullins said.

The good news, Affordable Care Act ensures that preventive measures such as pap smears health care fully covered by the government. The hope, so money will not make you so ignore health condition.

It is important for you to know that cervical cancer is a type of cancer can be prevented as early as possible. The development of cancer cells can be detected 100 percent within five years, and 93 percent of cervical cancer could be prevented through a pap smear and HPV vaccination.