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CATHKIN

CATHKIN Report 2 Jun 2008 18:43

It`s different in Scotland , Caz --don`t know why --20-60. CHLAMYDIA is increasing too and there`s a swab now that the patient can do themselves , don`t need to see a nurse , but I would pick and choose my patients -imagine where they might put it!!!
Ros xx

Hayley   Empress of Drama

Hayley Empress of Drama Report 2 Jun 2008 18:42

maybe they are not sexually active ?

Christina

Christina Report 2 Jun 2008 18:42

essential i would say caz good idea

at my daughter school the local doctor is on hand once a week for advice on everything and anything
he has a special unit on site and its all confidential and has proved popular with the kids

chris x

Cumbrian Caz~**~

Cumbrian Caz~**~ Report 2 Jun 2008 18:38

I was talking to the girl students in catering this morning ( I support one of them} One of them said ' you dont need a smear test till you are 25 do you?'

As we talked more I learnt that the 5 girls aged 17 to 22 had little knowledge of smear tests and didnt even know why they were needed.!! It worried me a great deal and Im thinking of asking the college council to promote the importance of smear tests as they have chlamydia,

What do you think?

Caz xx