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Screenings (with ages)

Colonoscopy Screening

A colonoscopy is a test that checks the lower bowel (colon) and rectum for abnormalities and diseases like colon cancer. The procedure is done by inserting a tube with a small camera attached into the rectum while the patient is under anesthesia.  It is recommended to get a colonoscopy at the age of 45 and continue to get one every 10 years after that. Schedule a primary care appointment with one of our providers and we will determine if a colonoscopy is needed.

However, we do not offer this service at our clinic location.

Pap Smears

A pap test is used to check for cervical cancer or cells that may progress into cervical cancer in the future. The procedure is done by a doctor that uses a swab to collect cells from the cervix which usually only takes 10-20 minutes. It is recommended to get a Pap test when a person with female reproductive organs turns 21, and they should continue to get one every 3-5 years.

Testicular Exams

A testicular exam can be done by yourself or by a doctor. The procedure includes examining each testicle and feeling for any bumps or unusual swelling. It is recommended to do this once a month beginning at the age of 15. This procedure is done to detect testicular cancer.

Prostate Screenings

The screening is called Prostate Specific Antigen(PSA) which is a blood test that detects the amount of PSA in a person’s blood. High PSA can possibly mean that a person has prostate cancer, consult with the provider is needed for final determination.

Cholesterol Checks

A person can get their cholesterol checked by a simple blood test. The blood test would provide a doctor with a number that represents a person’s cholesterol level, which would allow the doctor to determine if a person is at risk for heart disease. It is recommended to get a cholesterol check when a person turns 20 and continue to get one every 4-6 years.

Skin Screenings

Skin screenings can be done by yourself or by a doctor. This procedure is done by looking for marks including moles and birthmarks, that appear to be abnormal. If there is such a mark, then further testing has to be done like a biopsy. This screening is done to detect if a person has skin cancer. It is recommended to get a skin screening every 3 years after a person turns 20.

Diabetes Screening

There are multiple tests that can be done to detect diabetes. Diabetes screening is recommended at the age of 45.
  • The first one is called A1C test which is able to detect if a person has diabetes and which type they have. The procedure is done by pricking a person’s finger, which allows the doctor to get a blood sample. The blood sample provides the doctor with information about the person’s blood sugar level. By this information, the doctor is able to tell if the patient is at risk for diabetes or if they already have it. 
  • The other test is called Glucose Tolerance Test, which measures a person’s blood sugar before and after they drink a liquid that includes glucose. The procedure includes the doctor giving the patient a blood test to get their initial blood sugar level. Later, the person drinks a liquid that has glucose adn then their blood sugar level is monitored for two hours. If the blood sugar level is high, the doctor can conclude that the patient has diabetes.

Pap Smear

What it is?

A Pap smear is a procedure to test for cervical cancer in women. It involves collecting cells from your cervix, the narrow end of your uterus that is at the top of the vagina.

When do you need it?

A Pap smear is conducted to screen for cervical cancer. It is often done along with a pelvic exam. In women older than 30, a Pap smear is also done with a test for a human papillomavirus (HPV), a common sexually transmitted disease that causes cervical cancer. Doctors recommend Pap screening begin at age 21, and they should be repeated every 3 years until age 65. If you have certain risk factors, your doctor may recommend more frequent Pap smears, including:

  • Diagnosis of cervical cancer or a Pap smear that showed precancerous cells
  • History of smoking
  • HIV infection
  • Weakened immune system

How to prepare?

  1. Try not to schedule a Pap smear during your menstrual period.
  2. Avoid intercourse, douching, or using any vaginal medicines or spermicidal foams, creams or jellies for two days before having a Pap smear, as these may wash away or obscure abnormal cells.

During the procedure:

  1. The procedure occurs in the doctor’s office and takes only a few minutes. You may be asked to undress completely or from the waist down.
  2. You will be asked to lie down on a table with your knees bent, and your heels rest in support called stirrups. 
  3. Your doctor will then insert an instrument called a speculum into the vagina in order to more easily see the cervix. This usually causes a sensation of pressure in the cervical area.
  4. Your doctor will take samples of your cervical cells using a soft brush and a flat scraping device called spatula. This usually does not hurt.

After the procedure:

  1. You can go about your day normally.
  2. The samples are transferred to a laboratory where they’re examined under a microscope to look for cells that indicate cancer or a precancerous condition.
  3. A positive result does not mean you have cervical cancer. A positive result depends on the type of cells discovered in your test. 
  4. If your result is abnormal,  your doctor may perform a procedure called a colposcopy to further examine the tissues of the cervix, vagina and vulva.



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