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Posted by: Emma | 2010/04/05

First visit

At what age should you have your first gynae visit? If you''ve never been sexually active &  in your mid thirties, do you wait till you have sex, or is their a cut-off age at which one should go.

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There is no cut-off age. You see a gynaecologist if you have a symptom or when you become sexually active.

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2010/04/06

There is no cut-off age. You see a gynaecologist if you have a symptom or when you become sexually active.

Best wishes

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Posted by: MomE | 2010/04/05

You should go to your Gynae every year, for a Pap-smear, even if you are not sexually active.

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