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  Lisa Wong Gynecologist
  MBBS (Singapore)
  MRCOG (London)
  FAMS (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
  RCOG Accredited Sub-Specialist - Gynae Oncology (UK)

  Gynecologist . Women's Cancer Specialist . Laparoscopic Surgeon

  Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre - Singapore

  Getting Your Pap Smear in Singapore

If you found this page, you must already know the basic facts about a pap smear or a pap test and that it is the first step in cervical cancer screening. Many often asked questions have been replied to at the Singapore Health Promotion Board's cervical cancer webpages. It is a very informative website and is well worth your visit. You should also view this Pap Smear video created by a female gynecologist about the importance of having your pap smear test regularly.

After your pap smear at your doctor's clinic, you need to be concerned only if your pap smear test results are abnormal. This means that there are some changes in the cells of the cervix and treatment is required to prevent them from developing into cervical cancer. The usual follow-up for an abnormal pap smear is Colposcopy which can be done in a gynecologist's clinic.

If you have not had your pap smear done, you may see visit any gynecologist's clinic in Singapore to have the test done. It does not cost much and the results might just save your life because picking up an abnormal pap smear can help detect cancer cells early. You may have friends who felt that the experience was painful but for many others the test is painless, especially if the doctor is able to get you to feel relax. When done carefully, the pap smear is not as scary as some make it out to be. The Singapore Cancer Society offers free pap smear tests to women above the age of 25. You can contact them at to find out more about their screening programme.

You can find out even more pap smear information here:
- Her World Singapore - Pap Smear Questions & Answers
- Power Over Cervical Cancer talk
- Bloggers learn more about pap smear and cervical cancer
- Mayo Clinic - Pap Smear information
Cancer Council Australia - Pap Smear resources
- Liquid Based Cytology vs Pap Smear
- Thin Prep Pap Test - Video
- Havard University Health Publication - Pap Smear
- Abnormal Pap Smear during pregnancy
- Surviving Cervical Cancer

Pap Smear Singapore

Pap smear Singapore

Dokter Kandungan information

Clinic Address
Lisa Wong Women & Gynae Oncology Centre
Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
3 Mount Elizabeth #12-17
Singapore 228510
Republic of Singapore
Online Google Map for Mount Elizabeth

Appointments to see Dr Lisa Wong
Clinic Tel (+65) 6836 2008
SMS/Text (+65) 9328 2100
Fax (+65) 6836 2003

Clinic Opening Hours
Mon - Fri : 9:00am to 5:00pm
Sat : 9:00am - 1:00pm
Sun & Public Holidays: Clinic closed

Author: Lisa Wong


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