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Pap Test

Also called: Pap Smear, Pap

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Hi Seeing as you both had partners before marriage, and from what your saying could have had unprotected sex? YesHPV can stay dormant in you or your...
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Hi Look if you don't think it was done at the right time, the ask for it to be done again, when you have a clear period (sorry for the pun) in...
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Hi, It's true — it's not unusual for a Pap smear to cause a small amount of bleeding. In the end, a bit of bleeding following a Pap is likely...
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Hi I would think I wait till the results are finale before you point fingers. Look get to an STD/GUM Clinic, see the doctor there and ask them...
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Hi, OK thee is a link below to a WebMD paper on a new test, now this is as said a new test, you should read it.The Link, http://www.webmd...
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I am sorry, but without knowing the specifics as to why your pap smear was read as abnormal, I am at a loss to explain it to you. Certainly, without...
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Trichomoniasis is considered an incidental finding, since the pap smear is really for detecting cervical cancer.  You would need to ask the...
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No....if your pap smear indicates changes that may indicate HPV, you may have HPV. While this could be a false positive finding, it is probably...
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I guess anything is possible, but it would not be likely that a routine pap smear would dislodge a properly-placed IUD.
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A pap smear is not absolutely necessary, but why not get it? A pap is inexpensive and provides a lot of information. Since the medical provider...
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Medical students learn to practice medicine by this method, but you should ALWAYS have the right to refuse to participate. If your doctor does not...
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Don't be nervous. Please let the medical provider know that this is your initial pap and pelvic exam so that he/she can use a smaller vaginal...
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It's saying that the findings don't match up from your pap smears and they aren't sure why. The first part says everything is normal and...
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That means that the doctor who took the pap smear did not go deep enough into the os (the opening of your cervix) with the swab to get endocervical...
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I have had the same problems. I recommend going to the doctor and recommending a hormone blood test. It turned out that my pelvic pain was from an...
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