Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 28th, 2006
Two thirds of these women were treated at clinics after abnormal tests with about one in five women reporting negative effects on their sex lives.
More than 900 women aged between 18-59, randomly selected from the Commonwealth electoral roll, took part in the survey from 1999.
Dr. Fran Boyle, a contributing author and UQ School of Population Health Senior Lecturer, said abnormal test results were more common than what most women thought.
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