Practice Safe Sex Using condoms and practising monogamy can help reduce the risk
3. Have Regular Pap Tests Pap tests can help detect cervical cancer early when it is most treatable. It is recommended that women aged 21 to 65 have a Pap test every three years.
4. Quit Smoking Smoking increases the risk of cervical cancer. Quitting smoking can help reduce the risk.
5. Maintain A Healthy Weight Being overweight or obese may increase the risk of cervical cancer. Maintaining a healthy weight through diet and exercise can help reduce the risk.