Ages 19-39 Years: Laboratory and Other Tests


Cervical cytology:
Age 21-29 years: 
     Screen every 3 years with cytology alone

Age 30 years or older: 
     Preferred: Co-test with cytology and HPV testing every 5 years  
     Option: Screen with cytology alone every 3 years

Chlamydia and gonorrhea testing (if aged 25 years or younger and sexually active)
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing (Physicians should be aware of and follow  their states' HIV screening requirements. Visit the Centers for Disease Control and  Prevention for more information.)

High-Risk Groups (See High-Risk Table for more information.)

Bone mineral density screening
Colorectal cancer screening
Diabetes testing

Genetic testing/counseling
Hemoglobin level assessment
Hepatitis C virus testing
Lipid profile assessment
Sexually transmitted infection testing
Thyroid-stimulating hormone testing
Tuberculosis skin testing