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A first pap smear should be performed at the age of 18; it determines venereal wart and other problems, which are easily treated with cryotherapy on the earliest stages. Do not douche or use tampons. It is essential to prepare for the test by excluding sexual relations, birth control jellies and creams, and vaginal medicines (if possible) at least one day before the test. Some red discharge is common after the procedure and should not bother a woman. A first pap smear should be performed at the age of 18; it determines venereal wart and other problems, which are easily treated with cryotherapy on the earliest stages.

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First Pap Smear

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Venereal Wart, Cryotherapy

When a doctor is broadening the vaginal opening with speculum and taking a scrape from the walls of the cervix, there may appear pressure and other discomforts. Papanicolaou procedure is painless with many women reporting no unpleasant feelings during the test. A first pap smear should be performed at the age of 18; it determines venereal wart and other problems, which are easily treated with cryotherapy on the earliest stages.

Other Topics: HPV, New HPV Vaccine, HPV Wart Picture, HPV Genital Wart, High Risk HPV Type, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia Picture, Pap Smear Test, Genital Wart Picture

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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