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Can You Lose Your Virginity Due To A Pap Smear Test
I leak sperms immediately after intercourse with my husband and am afraid is due to a pap smear test I had some time back?
Here are some...: What you observed and reported is "normally" expected since something in gets to have something to flow out according to the law of liquidity & gravitation. And such should not be related with recent/ prior PAP smear test. What is your concern? Fertility? Seek evaluation & counseling timely for specific "worry". ...Read more
Depends: age, nl pap: According to the american college of ob/gyne, pap smears should begin at age 21, then every 2 yrs ages 21-29. Women 30 and older, if 3 normal yearly paps, can have pap every 3 years. Hiv+ women need pap twice in first year after diagnosis and then yearly. An abnormal result will change how often a pap is recommended. Notify doctor sooner if discharge, bleeding (esp after sex), or pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello I had sex today (oct 30 friday)and I have an appointment for a pap smear test on tuesday in the afternoon will this affect my results?
No: That will not affect the pap.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not unusual: To generate a small amount of bleeding when scraping the cervix. No cause for alarm. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Maybe: Dysplasia (precancerous changes in the cervix) is most often caused by hpv virus infection. Having sex with a man who carries hpv can cause this. Most women have been exposed to some type of hpv virus if they have ever been sexually active. In young women with mild dysplasia, their immune system usually fights off the hpv infection and their pap smear becomes normal within 2 years. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes, you can have a pap smear done at that time. I would recommend that you have a liquid based pap test and not a conventional pap smear at that time of your cycle because it allows us to remove any remaining excess blood and make sure the cells are preserved well for the best detection of any possible abnormal cells. ...Read more
No: A pap smear is a sample of the cells from the cervix and is used to screen for cervical cancer. It is best not to have intercourse the night before your exam because semen and other fluids may cause an abnormal test result resulting in unnecessary anxiety and further testing. Ideally, paps should be performed mid-cycle and avoid having anything in the vagina for 1-2 days prior to the exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have a discharge during a pap smear test my doctor said I had a discharge and took a sample to test?
Vaginal discharge: Is common. And your doctor will see whatever discharge might be present while doing a pap smear. It sounds like when your doctor did your pap smear your doctor saw a discharge that he or she wanted to check. There are several types of vaginal or cervical infections that a woman can have, and sometimes not even know it. So it is helpful to you to have the discharge checked and see if it's ok. ...Read more
At age 21: Current guidelines recommend the first pap smear at age 21. Pap smears are to be taken every other year until age 30 and then every 3 years thereafter if you have 3 normals in a row and no abnormals for the previous 10 years. Pelvic exams should begin when you are sexually active to monitor for infections, or if you are having problems with menstrual cycles, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A doctor on here asked me why I had a Pap smear test done at 18... Aren't you supposed to have a Pap smear done once you're sexually active?
Recommendations: The recommendation guidelines were revised in 2006 to recommend initiation 3 years after the onset of sexual activity or age 21, whichever comes first. The former recommended age to start screening with pap smear was 18. This may be the cause for confusion. Thanks for following up and for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Is ultrasound (to check for endo cyst via a monitor) included in a pap smear test? I only asked for a pap test was was also charged for "ultrasound".
No 2 different Tests: Basic anatomy: a pap smear is only about collecting a sample of cells, rubbed off the uterine cervix with a stick, to examine for changes consistent with possible early to advanced cancer & is totally incapable of detecting cysts within the endometrium of the uterus. An endometrial cyst could be detected on us, depending on location, the quality of us & its interpretation. 2 tests for 2 issues. ...Read more
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