Let’s talk about women’s health since it’s not talked about enough! I believe we should have a voice in health guidelines that impact our bodies because we deserve to speak out about something that could potentially save our lives. I face chronic illnesses that affect my day-to-day life but I am lucky to have the resources I need. At a young age we barely know anything about our bodies. I had to get my first Pap test a couple years ago as a teen to check if I had precancerous cells since I had abnormal abdominal pain. Luckily, everything was okay! Everyone should have access to the Pap test because cervical cancer was once the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, now it is number fifteen. Cervical cancer is often asymptomatic until it reaches its later stages, so it’s critical that routine Pap testing be included in every woman’s routine wellness exam. It’s important for anyone who has a cervix to know their Pap tests are covered under the Affordable Care Act(ACA). Some people don’t keep up with their testings since they believe they lack medical resources or financial coverage.