When reading materials that are published in other countries, note that some of the information may not apply to Australian patients.
Cancer and cancer treatment
For information on advanced cervical cancer, call the Cancer Council Helpline on 13 11 20.
Living with cervical cancer
For more information on managing physical, emotional and practical issues relating to cervical cancer or treatment, see the Living with cancer section of this website.
Cervical Screening Tests
For more information about what happens after an abnormal Cervical Screening Test, go to the National Cervical Screening Program.
Fertility and sexuality
If you are experiencing a sexual problem because of cancer treatment, you may find it helpful to discuss it with your doctor, or you may feel more comfortable talking to a hospital counsellor, social worker or psychologist.
Cancer Australia has developed a resource, Intimacy and sexuality for women with gynaecological cancer – starting a conversation, to support women (and their partners) in understanding and addressing issues of intimacy and sexuality following the diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological cancer. It aims to empower women so they can ask questions that they may otherwise avoid asking due to embarrassment or other concerns.
The Cancer Council Helpline – 13 11 20 – can also put you in touch with a counsellor or a sex therapist and can provide a copy of the booklets Sexuality, intimacy and cancer.