Yes, there is still a risk of developing cervical cancer after a normal screening result, although the risk is greatly reduced. The screening method can fail to detect a cancer or other changes that may develop into a cancer. If you undergo screening regularly, your risk of developing cervical cancer is very low. If you notice any symptoms that worry you, such as unusual vaginal bleeding, between regular menstrual periods or after menopause, you should consult your doctor and not wait until your next screening invitation.