A survey found that it was difficult to feel emotional and anxious because of the severity of the seizure.
Joe's Cervical Cancer Found in New Data. They have been tested for ages aged 25 to 35 between the ages of 25 and 35.
In all age groups, cervical examination rates are less than two decades old. The NHS recommends the age group between 25 to 64 years between 25 to 64 years of age between 25 to 64 years of age between 25 to 49 years between the ages of 25 and 49, between 50 and 64 years of age.
Each year, in England, about 220,000 women are diagnosed with cervical abnormalities, and 854 of them have died of cervical cancer in 2016.
Cervical cancer can be used to help cancer cells.
Joe's Cervical Vaginal Trust has surveyed over 2,000 young women in their experience. Of the 915 women who have been late or never tested, 71% are scared and 75% are affected. Of the ten (81%) of them, 8 said they were in a difficult situation.
When asked whether to postpone or delay an investigation, 72% were inconvenient, and 69% felt sensitive to someone in a foreign area. At the test, almost 37% (58%) are confronted with what will happen.
Of all the surveyed women, 68% said they were not telling nurses about their anxiety. Fear of judging all other women is a concern (18%) or their interests are silly or small (16%).
As part of the Prevention Week, a #SmearForSmear campaign is launched.
Joe's Cervical Cancer Trust CEO Robert Musique said: "We know that providing the best protection materials for wardrobe is not always easy.
"Happily, women can talk to their nurse and ask questions, it's not troublesome and there are many ways to make the test easier, please do not allow your tests to be reserved."