I didn’t know I would be one “those” women who would have any issues conceiving until I tried again many years later and my doctor told me I had some lesions in my cervix that’s preventing me from conceiving. I would have never known if I had never gotten a Pap smear done.

…As a mom of two girls, it is my responsibility to educate myself about these matters and importance of this screening so they will never experience what I did when they decide to start a family….Knowledge about this subject is power and as women, it’s our right to have a voice on this subject that impacts our beautiful bodies – for ourselves, peace of mind, and future babies.

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⭐️ Health is wealth ⭐️⁣ ⁣ Did you know that there are proposed guidelines that would recommend that the Pap, the life-saving, pre-cancer screening test, should no longer be a part of many women’s gynecological exams? ⁣ ⁣ #sponsored ⁣ ⁣ Cervical cancer went from being #1 cancer killer of all women to #14 so having screened for it clearly helped women catch it ahead of time. Cervical cancer is known to be the SILENT KILLER of women because symptoms doesn’t appear until it’s advanced stages. How would we know if we’re at risk if we’re not screened! It’s one of the most reliable cancer screenings for women. ⁣ ⁣ Story time! ⁣ ⁣ I didn’t know I would be one “those” women who will have any issues conceiving until I tried again many years later and my doctor told me I had some lesions in my cervix that’s preventing me from conceiving. I would have never known if I never gotten a Pap smear done. It was the scariest moment in my life. Luckily, it was only low grade and my body cleared it up on its own and I finally got pregnant again 2 years later. I did have to take some hormonal therapy and taken medications in the beginning to avoid any complications. ⁣ ⁣ As a mom of two girls, it is my responsibility to educate myself about these matters and importance of this screening so they will never experienced what I did when they decide to start a family. Aeva is still a bit too young for the talk but I’ve educated my teen about the importance of getting screened. Knowledge about this subject is power and as women, it’s our right to have a voice on this subject that impacts our beautiful bodies—For ourselves, peace of mind, and future babies. ⁣ ⁣ Health is Wealth! #protectthepap⁣ ⁣ Paid for by Protect the Pap

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