Ask Dr. Marie: Less Frequent Pap Tests May Be Good for Women

Women who remain sexually active should continue to be checked regularly, although most experts agree that if Pap tests remain negative, they could be stopped by age 65 or so.

As always, I welcome your thoughts and suggestions.

Dr. Marie Savard is an ABC News medical contributor and author of "Ask Dr. Marie: Straight Talk and Reassuring Answers to Your Most Private Questions."

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