A number of female members of the public are taking part in a new campaign aimed at encouraging the public to get pregnant.
The Women’s Bath Body Beyond project aims to encourage women to go to the clinic for a pelvic exam to see if they have the virus and to talk to their GP if they think they might have it.
The organisation is run by the women of Bath, who have been campaigning for women to get tested for cervical cancer.
The campaign aims to spread awareness and raise money to help them pay for their exams.
“It’s a really important message that they should be able to get an appointment to get screened and we want them to get in contact with us and ask questions,” the group’s founder, Nadine Wainwright, told Al Jazeera.
“They have to talk about it with their GP or somebody else, and if they don’t feel comfortable, they should have an appointment.
They should also know they have to tell their GP.”
The campaign has been run by Bath women, who are also calling on women to share their experiences.
“I am really excited about the campaign, I am really supportive of it and really supportive that they are doing this,” Wainwrith said.
“This is a really big thing, it’s going to be really big for women and for the community.”
The Bath Bath Body beyond website is open to women who are at risk for the virus, or have been diagnosed.
Anyone can share their story, with a link to their website, on the campaign’s Facebook page.
The campaign is also open to the public, with an option for people to download the data on the website, which includes information about the risk and how to get vaccinated.
“We are really happy to support them and we are really excited to see this become a reality,” Wainswight said.