Here are some useful links for you to check out:
Macmillan Cancer Support Macmillan have dedicated pages to cervical cancer as well as a wealth of information about cancer generally, treatment options and support pages.
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Jo’s is a UK charity dedicated entirely to cervical cancer; it’s a great source of information and has a fantastic forum where you can chat to other women experiencing cervical cancer and cervical screening abnormalities.
NHS Choices This website is designed with patients in mind so gives you an overview of conditions, investigations and treatments. Some of the information is not as up-to-date as the other resources but I found it useful for understanding what different scans are used for etc.
FTM Health A website dedicated to the health of transgender men. It has a pamphlet you can print out to make conversations about gynaecological health easier.
Cysters (UK) A site dedicated to “dedicated to improving the health, education, human welfare, and opportunities for women living with reproductive health problems.”
Barriers to access Jo’s Trust research into the barriers to accessing cervical screening and health inequalities.